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Lemon + Rosemary Sugar Scrub + Printables

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I recently attended an event where we made some sugar scrubs. They smelled amazing, and smoothed, exfoliated and moisturized my skin.

So I knew I wanted to make some more sugar scrub.

My favorite was gifting it to my daughter’s teacher who is clean eating. I told her she deserved some sugar in her life. (Says the self-confessed sugar addict!)

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I purchased all of the ingredients from the grocery store (sugar + lemon), the local craft store (the jars) and the essential oils online.

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Supplies:

 

I modified the recipe from Dixie.

We took on this project with Grandma and Grammi here so I could have a couple extra sets of eyes on the girls and extra hands.

Easy DIY Lemon Rosemary Sugar Scrub

We mixed everything together in a large bowl until well blended. Keep in mind when using the essential oils, you will want to use a metal measuring utensil as they are highly concentrated.

If you think it’s too thick, add more grapeseed oil one tablespoon at a time.

Easy DIY Lemon Rosemary Sugar Scrub

Make sure to store the sugar scrub in an airtight container and use within one month. I purchased glass containers as I wasn’t able to find plastic one at the craft store.

I would prefer plastic for the shower or bath, so look in advance of the day you plan on making your sugar scrub so you know you can find it!

Scoop it out one handful at a time and use to scrub hands, arms, feet, elbows or any other skin.

I’ve put together a couple different labels that you can print out (the will be 3” x 3” each). Just click on the image and it will take you to the full sized one where you should be able to right click and save!).

The first is nice and “clean” the second is for the “clean-eater” and the third is one my sister came up with and it made me laugh.

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Easy DIY Lemon and Rosemary Hand and Body Sugar Scrub

Yield: 2

Lemon + Rosemary Sugar Scrub + Printables

Lemon + Rosemary Sugar Scrub + Printables
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 cup extra fine granulated sugar
  • ½ cup grapeseed oil
  • 2 Tablespoons dried rosemary leaves
  • 1 teaspoon lemon essential oil
  • ½ teaspoon rosemary essential oil
  • ½ teaspoon-ish fresh lemon zest, I like this microplane zester

Instructions

  1. We mixed everything together in a large bowl until well blended.
  2. Keep in mind when using the essential oils, you will want to use a metal measuring utensil as they are highly concentrated.
  3. If you think it’s too thick, add more grapeseed oil one tablespoon at a time.

Nutrition Information:

Serving Size:

1 grams

Amount Per Serving: Unsaturated Fat: 0g

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52 Comments

  1. MMM I can almost smell the lemon and rosemary from here. I’ve never made a sugar scrub but I’m definitely going to try this one.

    1. The girls were seriously eating it as we were making it. Fortunately, all ingredients are edible!

  2. I love scrubs that use natural ingredients. My daughter and I have made up a few too. thanks for another great recipe.

  3. I can’t believe how natural scrubs are so easy to make. I love how you got the kids involved, get them working!
    Mitch

  4. I bet that was good.My kids would of been eating it lol.Thank you for sharing i am going to give this a try.

  5. Sounds so refreshing…I love scrubs. Scrubs make me really feel clean and fresh!

  6. I love scrubs like this & I especially like making them at home. I much prefer to know exactly what I am putting on my skin!

  7. I love homemade products. I can’t wait to try this, and you’re right, this would be a great teacher gift. Pinned!

  8. These are awesome! I bet they smell good enough to eat! LOL I’m making a mental note now to NOT taste these. :/

  9. OH this is awesome. I love the idea of making a sugar scrub at home. Never know what’s in the ones I purchase .. My daughter is always looking for new fun things to make like this, I will book mark to share with her later this weekend!

  10. Thanks for the great recipe. I LOVE all sugar scrubs but this one looks like it may be my new favorite.

  11. Oh lovely!! I am all for ALL NATURAL products! A scrub can be the best thing for our skin. Removing the dead layers keeps us vibrant ladies!

  12. This would be so fun for a girl’s night with my daughter! I can practically smell the heavenly scent already.

  13. What a great gift idea!

  14. That is a great idea. I love that’s natural and I bet it smells awesome.

  15. I love scrubs like this. I usually throw coconut oil together with some sugar and essential oils really quick to make mine. I’ll have to try this recipe.

  16. I bet this smells amazing! I make my own brown sugar body scrubs, but I would love to use this one for a great summery scent!

  17. I can almost smell this and I’m sure it’s fantastic! Sugar scrubs are so great for getting soft, smooth skin.

  18. I love rosemary – I bet that smells WONDERFUL. I’d love to make my own scrubs. So fun!

  19. I love making body scrubs. Anything with citrus!!!

  20. Though I never have done this before, but I’m sure it smells good and works effectively. I love body scrub and its effect on my skin. This is a new info for me that I should really try. 🙂

  21. I am very pleased to see that you are using doTERRA products. That is the healthy and natural way to go

  22. Looks absolutely wonderful! Glad you had the girls involved too!

  23. I’ve never made my own sugar scrub. I will have to try this.

  24. I think sugar scrubs sound so nice. I haven’t tried one, but a lemon and rosemary one might entice me to do so! That’s a good scent combo, I’m sure. 🙂

  25. Oh I love a good scrub. This sounds like it would smell fantastic! I am going to give it a try.

  26. This sounds heavenly and would make a great gift too! Love how easy it is too make – thanks!

  27. Not going to lie, i usually buy my scrub because I’m lazy. But I just ran out so… Im really thinking about copying this ‘recipe’ because shipping tends to take forever.

  28. i’m sure that smells amazing. I love usingsugar scrubs on my hands

  29. Yes!!!!!!!!!!! Gimme some! I bet that smells divine. I’m running out of a scrub I bought. This one would be better, I’m sure!

  30. I am looking at making beauty scrubs for my daughters baby shower. Gifts for all the guests. We are having it be a couples party and doing things a bit different. No games just giving gifts out.

  31. Wow! I bet this smells amazing! I love sugar scrubs and would love to try this one!

  32. That is a large bag of rosemary leaves! I love making my own scrubs! How fun you got your daughter involved!!

    1. Um, yeah. It was totally labelled as something much smaller on amazon. I’ll have rosemary for dayyyyssss! I wish I could eat bread because I’d be all about making that bread they serve at Macaroni Grill!

  33. This seems like a very interesting scrub to make and to try! I really need to indulge in homemade scrubs more often!

  34. I love the oils you used to make the scrub. I need to make my own very shortly.

  35. This will be great for my summer skin. I also think this would make a great gift to give.

  36. A nice homemade scrub! I love homemade things that are natural.

  37. This would be really cute for gifts! And I love that your little one helped!

  38. I bet it smells divine….and I am sure I would not be able to resist at least tasting it..LOL

  39. Awesome! I love a good body scrub. I like to use it on my legs before I shave, but it’s really nice for my hands, too. I bet the grapeseed oil really hydrates! Thanks for the printables, too!

  40. As the above mentioned “clean eating teacher” I can say that this stuff ROCKS!!! I had a tough time keeping my teens from using it all up 🙂 But now I have the recipe and can make more!

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