Get ready for 40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes that are each different in their own way! While you can find these recipes under the recipes and classes section of the Natures Garden website, we understand that it can be hard to find what you want. Plus, it can be easy to miss some things with the amount of recipes available in the Scrub Recipes section. So, we’ve taken our collection of body scrubs and created an easy to organize blog. This way you can quickly view each scrub in an organized list to see all of their strong points and pick the recipe that suits you best.
Initially, I’d like to introduce you to one of my favorites. The Acai Berry Smoothie Sugar Scrub Recipe uses an amazing combination of oils that truly pamper the skin. Further, Acai Berry Fragrance Oil is a scent that is sweet, rich, and absolutely amazing! Finally, this scrub has an adorable creative image of looking just like an Acai berry smoothie in the jar! Overall, this recipe is one that combines quality and creativity to create the perfect scrub.
Second, check out a recipe that is cute and great for your hands! Not only does the Blackberry Fizz Emulsified Sugar Scrub use oils that are wonderful for the skin, but this scrub has a super cute layered design. While this artistic design looks as though it could be complicated, all it takes is alternating between two colors as you fill your jars.
Next, try out a simple exfoliating and softening recipe. The Brown Sugar Scrub Recipe uses two different moisturizing oils as well as the herb Oat Straw Green Powder. This herb is know for its rejuvenating and softening properties, which makes it perfect for this recipe! Further, this recipe has real brown sugar for a gentler exfoliation to accompany the Brown Sugar and Fig Type Fragrance Oil.
Further, check out a salt scrub that is super fun and bubbly! Since the Foaming Bath Salts Recipe includes the Ritzy Bath Gel, the scrub will recipe will get super bubbly with use. So, this scrub would be perfect for use during a bath. Not only is this a fun product to use, but its a great way to exfoliate and moisturize simultaneously.
Additionally, try out a lip scrub in a tube recipe. The Lip Scrub for Lip Balm Sticks Recipe is very simple and super great for chapped lips. The recipe uses Lip Balm Base as well as White Granulated Sugar to create a lip scrub that works well.
Next, take a look at a cleansing recipe that is super simple to create. The Mango Tangerine Bath Icing Recipe uses very few ingredients and is easy to put together. The Whipped Soap Base is added to create a Bath Icing that is cleaning and great for baths. Also, the powdered sugar was included to create a soft exfoliating property to help clean the skin.
Further, you can try out a cleansing scrub that smells delicious. The Toffee Crunch Latte Foaming Sugar Scrub Recipe is a scrumptious recipe that combines Whipped Soap Base and Brown Sugar to create a prefect recipe for cleaning the body. Not only will you be removing all your dead skin, but this recipe is a soap as well.
Also, take a peak at a scrub recipe that takes chocolate to the next level. This Chocolate Sugar Scrub Recipe uses organic cocoa powder and Chocolate Fudge Fragrance Oil with both white and brown sugar to create an amazing sugar scrub. Plus, this recipe utilizes the skin healing power of raw honey
Now, check out a super colorful sugar scrub. The Fruity Rings Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe uses a whole rainbow of soap colorants along with the typical ingredients of an effective scrub. So, its moisturizing, exfoliating, and super fun!
Further, take a look at a very cleansing scrub recipe. Typically, scrubs only exfoliate and moisturize, but the Foaming Sugar Scrub Recipe uses some Whipped Soap Base to create something amazing. Not only will this recipe be great for exfoliating, but it is actually soap too.
Now, get ready for a salt scrub that is all kinds of citrus goodness. Not only does the Citrus Peel Salt Scrub Recipe include both Lemon Peel Powder and Orange Peel Powder, but the scrubs contain Ruby Red Grapefruit Fragrance Oil. Further, the Vitamin E Oil and Coconut Oil keep your hands hydrated after the exfoliation.
Next, take a look at a hydrating scrub that uses a great cosmetic powder. The Activated Charcoal Scrub Recipe combines the moisturizing and exfoliating abilities of a typical scrub with the cleansing abilities of Activated Charcoal Powder. This herb is perfect for detoxing and achieving healthier skin.
Also, take a look at a super fun, moisturizing, and naturally colored scrub! The Neapolitan Ice Cream Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe uses Beet Root Powder and Cocoa Powder Organic to naturally dye the scrub to look like Neapolitan Ice Cream. Plus, this recipe includes a great number of moisturizing oils and butters, such as Jojoba Oil.
Additionally, check out a scrub that is great for chapped lips. The Brown Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe takes the Lip Balm Base and Sweet Almond with some Brown Sugar to create the perfect combo for lip care. Not only are you gently removing dead skin, but you are protecting the rest of your skin from damage.
Next, test out a great sugar scrub with some natural colorant. Not only does the Emulsified Beet Sugar Scrub Recipe have all the hydrating power of a typical scrub, but this recipe uses Beet Root Powder for a natural bright pink color!
Also, try out a sugar scrub with a different style. The Clamshell Kiwi Sugar Cubes Recipe uses Clamshell Containers to separate the scrub into small, individual use cubes. This is perfect for those that prefer not to scoop their scrub from a jar. Also, this is a great idea for those that share their scrubs with others.
Further, check out a scrub that doesn’t use sugar nor salt. Instead, the Coffee Butter Scrub Recipe uses coffee grounds to exfoliate the skin. This is a creative spin on the typical scrub recipes that makes this scrub a more authentic coffee scrub. Plus, the oils and butters create a rich, buttery scrub that is perfect for dry hands.
Now, take a look at a scrub that is delicious and great for your skin! The Cotton Candy Emulsified Sugar Scrub has properties of skin softening and moisturizing in addition to the exfoliation for dead skin. Plus, these scrubs are scented with the delicious Fluffy Pink Candy Fragrance Oil
Also, take a chance on a sweet and cute lip scrub lip balm combo. The Creme Brulee Lip Scrub Recipe is a simple recipe that both looks and tastes like some tasty creme brulee. Plus, this recipe is a perfect fix for dry lips as it removes dead skin.
Additionally, check out a fluffy and delicious recipe that is super cleansing. While the Chocolate Foaming Body Frosting Recipe is considered a scrub, it uses powdered sugar so it will be a lighter scrub than other other recipes. Further, this recipe includes Whipped Soap Base to create a very cleansing recipe.
Now, you aren’t going to want to miss this scrub! The Wine Sugar Scrub Recipe uses real red wine in the recipe to go along with the wine scented fragrance and achieve a true to the name scent. Plus, the recipe uses a ton of moisturizing oils and butters that will work well with the exfoliating Granulated White Sugar.
Next, take a look at a sugar scrub that is naturally colored and super cute! The Watermelon Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe uses wonderful oils and butters, colorful herbs, and exfoliating white sugar to create a sugar scrub that has it all. Not only does this scrub look like a slice right out of a watermelon, but it smells like this sweet fruit as well!
Further, you may want to check out these sugar scrubs that were created for individual use. The Vanilla Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe uses the 24 Brownie Bites Mold to create twenty four individual solid vanilla sugar scrubs that you can use for your hands. It is both exfoliating and moisturizing, so it’s perfect for dry hands.
Next, try your luck on a scrub that is not quite as oily as the rest. The Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe is still a moisturizing scrub, but it doesn’t separate as most scrubs. It leaves your skin feeling less oily than a typical scrub.
Also, take a look at a moisturizing lavender sugar scrub. The Lavender Apple Sugar Scrub Recipe is uses a many hydrating oils and butters as well as Beet Root Powder as a natural colorant. Plus, these scrubs have a clean, relaxing scent as well as real dried lavender flowers.
Next, let’s look at a sugar scrub with some real cleaning power. Since the Pumpkin Eggnog Foaming Sugar Scrub Recipe uses Whipped Soap Base and White Granulated Sugar, this recipe is great for really cleaning the skin. Not only will this exfoliate to remove dead skin, but the scrub will further clean your skin as any good soap does. Plus, this recipe only uses a few ingredients and is easy to create.
Further, you can check out a sugar scrub that perfect blends two different fragrance oils. Not only is Vanilla Cinnamon Sugar Scrub Recipe a hydrating scrub, but it has a unique and delicious aroma. This scrub contains both the Vanilla Silk Fragrance and the Cinnabun Type Fragrance with in its layers to create a sweet, mouth watering scent.
Also, you may want to try out an individual use scrub with some cleansing power. Not only does the Sour Watermelon Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe divide the recipe up for individual use, but the recipe includes both Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap and ingredients for exfoliating. These exfoliating ingredients include both White Granulated Sugar and Poppy Seed Whole.
Now, take a look at a cleansing scrub recipe that smells like lemon. The Juicy Lemon Foaming Bath Whip Recipe uses powdered sugar instead of a more abrasive ingredient to provide a more gentle exfoliation. Plus, the recipe includes some Whipped Soap Base to create a recipe that actually cleans your skin.
Also, try out a salt scrub that is sweet and simple. The Himalayan Pink Salt Scrub Recipe uses a few effective oils to moisturize and pink sea salt to exfoliate. This is a cute, yet simple recipe that is great for on the body.
Next, take a look at a lip scrub that is cute, easy, and simple! The Natural Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe uses White Granulated Sugar and Lip Balm Base to create a recipe that anyone could create.
Now, get ready for a scrub that is perfect for rough, dry feet. The Pampered Foot Scrub Recipe uses a variety of oils, butters, and herbs that are perfect for softening and moisturizing feet. The Orange Peel Powder and Aloe Leaf Powder are both full of nourishing and healing properties for the skin. Further, the recipe includes Poppy Seed Whole to assist with exfoliation. So, get ready to truly pamper yourself with this recipe.
Additionally, check out a scrub that is delicious and cute. The Pumpkin Sugar Scrub Recipe uses the Pumpkin Walnut Biscotti Fragrance Oil as well as herbs such as orange peel powder and pumpkin pie spice powder, which has a natural spice blend scent. Overall, this scrub works like any other of our typical sugar scrub recipes with the added bonus of smelling of spice goodness.
Now, get ready for a recipe that combines two create things into one. The Solid Sugar Scrub Recipe takes everything we love about homemade bars of soap and adds exfoliating powder. Not only does this recipe create cute, Goat’s Milk Melt and Pour Soap, but it includes White Granulated Sugar as well for a perfect combo!
Next, check out a sea salt scrub recipe perfect for an at home spa day. The Seaside Spa Scrub Recipe uses four different herbs that are uniquely nourishing and wonderful for the skin as well as some oils to moisturize. Also, the sea salt is perfect for scrubbing away any dead skin.
Additionally, take a look at a sugar scrub recipe created to look and smell just like a strawberry milkshake. Not only is the Strawberry Milkshake Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe pretty to look at, the recipe is wonderful for the skin. The oils used are very hydrating and the sugar is a perfect for exfoliation.
Further, you may want to check out this brown sugar scrub recipe. Not only does the Sweet Potato and Brown Sugar Bath Whip Recipe include a sweet exfoliating ingredient, but the recipe has Whipped Soap Base included to add some cleansing power.
Next, try out a brown sugar scrub recipe that is all around perfect. The Vanilla Brown Sugar Scrub Recipe has all kinds of oils that make it extremely softening and hydrating for the skin, plus it has the added bonus of being great at removing dead skin. But, what sets this scrub apart from the rest is mostly it’s wonderful scent. Not only does this recipe use the sweet Vanilla Extract Fragrance Oil, but it uses a real Vanilla Powder that is strong and perfect.
Also, try out an elegant recipe that smells lovely and uses real rose petals. While the Vanilla Rose Sugar Scrub Recipe takes some preparation time, the time spent is mostly waiting for your rose petal infusion, which takes about six weeks. However, this white sugar scrub recipe is worth the wait!
Finally, check out a recipe that is soft and cleansing. The Vanilla Foaming Body Frosting Recipe uses Whipped Soap Base and Powdered Sugar to create a recipe that is lightly exfoliating and very cleansing. Plus, the finished Body Frosting will smell like the Vanilla Buttercream Fragrance Oil from Natures Garden.