Are you ready for your skin to glow and to feel like a goddess? If so, you are going to LOVE this sugar scrub recipe made with green tea and 2 of my all time favorite essential oils, rose and sandalwood. Sugar scrubs are economical to make at home and will gently exfoliate and moisturize your skin.
Sugar scrubs are simple to make and have endless modifications. A basic sugar scrub recipe consists of 1 cup of fine sugar, 1/4 to 1/2 cup carrier oil of choice, and essential oils of your choosing.
What makes this sugar scrub unique is the addition of green tea which is loaded with antioxidants and a mild dose of caffeine that helps to increase circulation to the skin to keep it looking healthy.
The addition, the sandalwood and rose essential oils used in this scrub have skin soothing and rejuvenating properties that will leave your skin incredibly smooth. Plus, you will smell absolutely divine!
I use this sugar scrub regularly in the shower or bathtub to shave with and find that it helps me get a close shave without skin irritation. I also find it helps exfoliate dry skin in the winter and smooth summer skin. Plus, it smells incredible!!
To get the recipe to this DIY sugar scrub, keep reading below!
DIY Green Tea Sugar Scrub with Rose & Sandalwood Essential Oils
Mix all the ingredients together in the jar and keep covered until ready to use.
To use, rub a spoonful over wet skin in the shower or bathtub. Avoid using on your face since the sugar may be too coarse for delicate facial skin. Using coconut oil can make surfaces slippery so be mindful when using in the tub or shower.
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