I love me a good sugar scrub. So I decided to make some this season. I mean…..how hard could it be right？
I picked up some Almond Oil……some people use olive or sesame， but I wouldn’t use a regular veggie oil.personalized pillow cases
I used organic sugar that looks a bit off white in color and have also used a brown granulated sugar……before they add what ever they add to make it moist.
I picked up some essential oils from my local Whole Foods. I bought Jasmine and Sweet Orange. The Jasmine will run you about $13， but the sweet orange is only about $7. Both smell great.
I found my jars at Fred Meyer……a one stop shopping store. I bet Targetpillow covers solid， walmart etc. would have these too. Jars were $3.99.
Mix oil and sugar together until the sugar is moist. Add several drops of jasmine or whatever scent you choose.
Getting into the jar was a cinch too. I cut the bottom out of a plastic baggy. Placed the open bottom end inside the jar. Using a large serving spoon， I scooped the wonderful scrub inside. Gently pull the bag free， close the lid and wrap your bow around it.
You are done!
I can’t wait to take a shower.
Edited to add： I used 3 cups sugar， 1 cup oil， many many drops of scented oil.
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