Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Easy DIY Cleansing Face/Body Scrub

Hello Everyone, long time no see.
As you can see from reading the title, today's blog post is about making a DIY face/body scrub.

This scrub, depending on how much you make, and how much you use, will last you 4 months plus. So, without further ado, let's begin!

You Will Need:
- A Container to Store your scrub in
- Epson Salt
- Coconut oil (or any other oil you like)
- Vitamin E oil (optional)
- An Essential oil of your choice (also optional)
- If you have acne or acne scars, add 10 to 20 drops of Tea tree essential oil

STEP 1: If you are using coconut oil, warm it up in the microwave, or in a sauce pan. Warm up enough coconut oil to just dampen your Epson salt. 
STEP 2: Put your Epson salt into your container. (Use as much or as little as you would like. Make your batch large or small... it's really up to you.)
STEP 3: Add the coconut oil (or whatever oil you desired to use) to your Epson salt. Add  the Vitamin E oil and your Essential oil of choice if you wish to use one. You cannot go wrong with this recipe. If it's too watery add more Epson salt and if it's too dry, add more oil. 

And you're done!

 DON'T GET YOUR SCRUB WET!!! IT WILL RUIN IT COMPLETELY!!! It's ok for a little humidity to get to it, just don't wet it or the scrub will liquefy.

How to Use:
Take a small amount of your scrub and massage your face or body as needed. For better blood circulation, scrub towards your heart. Rinse with warm water. You can use it in the place of your regular soap or you can use it after washing. Your skin should feel soft, smooth and moisturized after use.

- Gently scrubs away dirt and dead skin cells
- Moisturizes your skin
- Vegan
- Healthier for you and the enviroment
- No harsh chemicals
- You know exactly what you are using
- It's cheep

I hope you found this helpful! Have a Blessed Day!


  1. I do this! Except I use sugar instead of salt :)

    1. I've seen many YouTube tutorials that use sugar. I want to try it out and see if it cleanses as well as the epson salt does.