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DIY Peppermint Lip Sugar Scrub





I've received a lot of positive feedback on my recent green tea sugar scrub recipe which inspired my newest post! Sugar scrubs are such an easy and inexpensive way to nourish your skin at home but their benefits aren't limited to your arms and legs. Did you know you can also make a sugar scrub for your lips?

Lip sugar scrubs help gently exfoliate your lips and leaves them silky smooth for your favorite lipstick or smooch session. The peppermint creates a pleasant tingling sensation on your lips, increases circulation, and may even have a temporary plumping effect on your lips.

If you haven't tried a lip scrub yet you are in for a treat! Not only does it feel amazing it tastes delicious.  I can't resist licking this scrub off of my lips. Keep reading for the recipe below.

DIY Peppermint Lip Sugar Scrub

Ingredients:

 - 2 Tablespoons of 
fine grain sugar
 - 1 Tablespoon 
doTERRA Fractionated Coconut Oil (where to buy)
-  5 drops 
doTERRA Peppermint Oil (where to buy)
-  1/4  teaspoon or 1 capsule of Vitamin E (optional but a great natural preservative)
-  1 small container with lid

After getting these ingredients in order, all you have to do is mix them together and its ready! To use, gently massage onto your lips and wipe clean.  You can keep it on your vanity or bathroom counter and use it morning, evening, or whenever your lips are feeling particularly dry. 

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If you want to see a video of this recipe check it out below!


Peace, love, & oils,

Rigel Smith



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