Lavender and Rose Honey Scrub




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Hey momoluvers, it's momo and today I'll be showing you how to make this super cool and rather easy sugar scrub (honey scrub). This scrub exfoliates the skin and leaves it soft and smooth. For feet, hands, and body, this scrub makes the perfect gift for anyone (Mother's Day gift, anyone?) Please enjoy this tutorial and any votes for the Purple Challenge will be greatly appreciated!

Step 1: Supplies

You will need:

1. 20 rose petals

2. 1/2 cup of granulated sugar

3. 2 tbsp. coconut oil

4. 5-7 drops of lavender essential oil

5. 4-5 drops of purple food coloring

6. About 1 tbsp organic honey

Step 2: Put It Togetha'

Put sugar, coconut oil, 5-7 rose petals, lavender oil, and purple food coloring in a food processor and pulse until well combined.

Step 3: Additional Mixing

Add the rest of the rose petals, after ripping them into smaller pieces.

Mix the scrub with a rubber spatula to combined the petals.

Drizzle about 1 tbsp of honey into the scrub and mix again.

Step 4: Put It in a Jar

Spoon the sugar scrub into a small sealable jar and apply a label. I made mine with a blank label template and just typing the title over it.

Glue the label onto the jar and if you are going to use this in the shower, put a piece of masking tape over the paper.

Step 5: Finished!

That's all you have to do! This is a super easy craft that anyone can make. This makes a beautiful gift and is perfect for Mother's Day! Thanks so much for reading, let me know if you made it and what you thought. This is 100% edible and actually tastes very good, just thought you'd like to know ;)

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    2 years ago

    What is the shelf life of this great recipe?