Did you know that the secret to smoother skin is right in your kitchen? Sugar is a natural humectant and exfoliant. It both attracts and retains moisture while gently smoothing away dead skin cells. With these homemade Sugar Scrub recipes, you can create spa-quality sugar scrubs in just a few steps. No harsh chemicals or ingredients you can’t pronounce. Just sweetly simple, spa-quality beauty products that reveal your youthful glow.
Banish dry, flaky skin with our homemade Apple Sugar Scrub. Sugar naturally exfoliates while apples, a great source of vitamins A and C, will help give your skin a healthy glow.
Nuances of fresh apricots and crisp, floral freesia notes combine for a fruity and floral combo so intoxicating that you’ll always want to have some on hand.
Overripe bananas aren't just good for a banana bread recipe. Bananas are soothing and moisturizing and act well as a carrier for sugar; a gentle exfoliator for your face and body.
This luxurious homemade sugar scrub is meant to soothe and repair dry, dull skin. Blackberries are rich in rich in bioflavonoids, antioxidants and vitamin C so they are great for helping nourish your skin.
This all-natural (and tasty) brown sugar lip scrub makes a thoughtful gift for a birthday, Mother’s Day, wedding shower, Christmas or teacher appreciation.
Try our Candy Corn Sugar Scrub, which is really invisibility potion! You can make dry, flaky skin disappear with this sweet-smelling Halloween-themed scrub.
We’ve managed to capture the soft, warm soothing effect of Chai Tea in this aromatic sugar scrub. So easy to make, Chai Tea Sugar Scrub is the perfect hostess gift to bring with you to a holiday party.
Let the scent of chamomile soothe both your senses and your skin. After using this you just might doze off into a peaceful slumber while your skin gets to work rejuvenating itself.
Rich in antioxidants, chocolate has been found to firm up and moisturize skin, smooth out wrinkles, and even increase circulation. This all-natural homemade chocolate lip scrub gently exfoliates your lips (and tastes heavenly too).
When you open a jar of Coconut Lime Sugar Scrub the aroma takes you right to the tropics. Scrub away dead skin as you dream of swaying palm trees and frozen drinks with little umbrellas.
The deep red hue of this homemade sugar scrub brings to mind the fall season and all its vibrant colors. Cranberries, a great source of vitamins C and B, add a super healthy skin-care kick to this sugar scrub.
Cucumbers are known for their aromatherapy, cooling and moisturizing properties. This cucumber sugar scrub recipe is super easy to make; just three ingredients and you have a high-end gift that costs only pennies.
Treat nasal congestion, sinus pressure and dry skin with an all-natural eucalyptus sugar scrub that will help you breathe easier and make your skin soft and supple.
Watermelon is packed with vitamins A, B6 and C, lycopene, antioxidants & amino acids. When combined with sugar’s natural exfoliation properties, the two work in tandem for smooth and supple skin.
If you love the smell of gingerbread just out of the oven, this is the sugar scrub recipe for you. Gingerbread Spice Sugar Scrub is packed with so many sweet-smelling spices that it will be hard not to eat.
Hazelnut oil is light and absorbent, making it a great moisturizer which can be used in its pure form as a body oil. When added to a mixture of exfoliating light brown sugar and sweet-smelling cocoa powder it makes for one heavenly scrub.
A gentle scrub once a week will polish your lips and keep them flake-free, hydrated and lipstick ready. Made with real cinnamon oil, this delectable lip scrub is irresistibly addictive.
Jasmine, a popular flower with a strong and sweet fragrance, blooms only at night. Luckily, you can enjoy the benefits jasmine provides for dry and dehydrated skin any time of day with this homemade sugar scrub.
Kiwi pack more vitamin C than any other fruit. Vitamin C helps with skin cell regeneration. Speeding the process of skin cell turnover helps your skin appear smoother and tighter. Kiwis also contain other skin-friendly nutrients essential for fighting free radicals that can lead to wrinkles and age spots.
Both Lavender and Lemongrass are health promoting essential oils, so not only do they smell wonderful together, they work in harmony to soothe dry skin.
Nurture the sensitive skin on your hands with a jar of this natural lemon scrub. Formulated with pure citrus juice and oils, this mix will exfoliate, clean and moisturize.
This layered sugar scrub is not only beautiful, but will leave your skin feeling smooth, moisturized, and refreshed. Lemon and lavender are a natural springtime pairing.
Woodsy rosemary and citrusy lemon swirl together in aromatic harmony in this Lemon Rosemary Sugar Scrub. Rosemary is used for stimulating the immune system, increasing circulation and aiding in digestion.
This Mexican Hot Chocolate Sugar Scrub leaves dry skin soft and smooth, with exfoliating properties that are easy on your skin.
This all-natural homemade mint chocolate sugar scrub smells just like a Thin Mint Cookie! The chocolate smells sweet, while the mint invigorates your senses.
Do you love ice cream so much you feel you could roll around in it? With this Neapolitan Sugar Scrub you'll feel like you are wallowing in a giant ice cream cone and we promise, you won't gain a pound!
You'll be tempted to eat it (and technically you could) but in this case, it is meant for the outside of your body. Gently rub on your hands, arms, feet, legs - pretty much anywhere for a gentle exfoliation.
Our Orange Dreamsicle Sugar Scrub is a heavenly combination of orange and vanilla that leaves a light Dreamsicle scent on your hands long after you are done.
This fruity Peach Tea Raw Sugar Scrub invigorates, moisturizes and tones your skin. Turbinado coarse sugar adds a boost of extra exfoliation due to its larger crystal size.
Invigorating peppermint essential oil, vitamin E rich grape seed oil and pure cane sugar crystals, swirl together in this all-natural body scrub.
The grapefruit juice refreshes and cleanses your skin, sugar exfoliates and the vitamin E in the safflower oil nourishes and moisturizes.
Pomegranates are in season during the Fall and Winter months, with beautiful red fruit filled with juicy seeds. These seeds taste delicious, but they also serve as a great moisturizer and antioxidant for the skin.
Pumpkin Brown Sugar Body Scrub exfoliates and moisturizes at the same time, gently polishing away dull skin and revealing the radiant, new skin underneath.
The sugar gently exfoliates while the oil and rose petals sweetly moisturize and soften dry skin. Easy to make, this sweet gift will melt the hearts of those you love!
This sugar scrub has a delicate scent and is perfect for the person who likes a light aroma, but nothing too strong.
Using fresh strawberries, this scrub smells sweet, and the strawberry seeds and sugar work together to form a prime exfoliating texture.
Did you know that cinnamon is more than a great tasting spice for baking and cooking? It’s also a great ingredient for skin care as it improves fine lines by plumping the skin, cleanses the skin, and reduces the signs of aging.