This was for my own personal use as I do not sell nor plan on selling anytime soon. But when I did make one for myself I used germaben II.perfectsoap said:Thanks,
That sounds really good!
Is there a need for a preservative or is that what the vitamin E does?
OOh a lavender would be pretty pink as well. Oh and I have not learned as of yet how to color scrubs tabitha would know best.beadella said:Would you advise coloring that recipe if the white sugar was used?? Not talking technicolor madness here, just something subtle like light lavender or pink??? :?
thanx oodles for any suggestions.........
Yes I have made this one but I made a double batch and mixed oils jojoba and sao cause those are my favorite. I also tweaked it to make a regular sugar scrub and a liquid one with liquid soap for my cellulite soap scrub! Smells devine! I also made a brown pink sugar (brown-brown sugar lol), A warm vanilla sugar. I think because of certain names I would just use brown sugar like black raspberry vanilla? The scent of the brown sugar and the fo would mesh wonderfully!thenaturalway said:Pepperi27: have you made this yet? When you do, let us know how it turned out.
I am looking into scrubs too. I bought my mother-in-law a scrub from a department store one Christmas and she absolutely loved it. She said it made her skin feel wonderful with a slight tingle to it.
Keep us updated.
pepperi27 said:Found this on From Nature With Love
1 cup sugar or brown sugar
1/4 cup almond oil (or other oil of choice)
1/2 tsp. vitamin E
6-8 drops rose fo
4-6 drops lavender e.o.