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Caramel Vanilla Sugar Scrub

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Caramel Vanilla Sugar Scrub


Are you looking for a new DIY sugar scrub recipe? This one reminds me of fall – it’s warm and soft scents of caramel and vanilla are two of my favorites. You’ll love how easy it is to make your own sugar scrub, and that it makes a great gift as well!

I like to use my sugar scrub recipes before showering and focusing on all the dry and rough parts of my body. The summer heat and wearing flip-flips can do a number on feet, so use this scrub on your heels for soft skin! I’ll be using this one year-round because it’s one of my favorite scent combinations and leaves my skin soft and glowing!

Caramel Vanilla Sugar Scrub
Yield: 1 cup

Caramel Vanilla Sugar Scrub

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

A simple yet great smelling sugar scrub - Caramel Vanilla Sugar Scrub!

Materials

  • Coconut oil, about 1 cup softened
  • Sugar, about 1 cup (more for a coarser scrub)
  • Caramel extract, 1-2tsp
  • Vanilla extract, 1-2tsp

Instructions

    Place coconut oil (softened, but not liquid) in a bowl with sugar and stir to combine

    Add just a splash of vanilla extract and caramel extract to the oil and sugar mixture.

    Stir and store in an air-tight jar.

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See? Super easy and makes a great gift for any girl who loves to pamper herself!

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Ashley

Monday 23rd of December 2019

Would it make a difference if I use coconut flavoring?

Mandi Welbaum

Friday 27th of December 2019

Nope, sounds like it would be about the same as caramel extract. It just adds the scent and a bit of color, you won't be ingesting.

Ashley

Monday 23rd of December 2019

*caramel flavoring

Rita

Thursday 21st of March 2019

I have a silly question...where do you find coconut oil?

Tammy

Sunday 24th of November 2019

You can find it at Walmart or Most grocery stores sell it. It's usually by the cooking oils.