Wouldn't you love to make your own scrub? Looked online and found pre-made scrubs expensive!
As many of you know I attend many Craft Shows in my area. I always walk around and observe other vendors.
What I keep seeing are people offering salt and sugar scrubs at scandalous prices for them; I saw one booth selling 10oz jar for $15! WOW!
I looked at my local store for the oils and sugar/salt and you can get each for under $4 for 4 POUNDS! What a MARKUP!
I read the ingredients and they have FRAGRANCE OILS (which are also known as aroma oils, aromatic oils, and flavor oils, are blended synthetic aroma compounds or natural essential oils that are diluted with a carrier like propylene glycol, vegetable oil, phthalates, or mineral oil.)
For those with allergies or sensitivities these are potentially dangerous.
I've come up with a wonderful solution for everyone who wants to try a scrub but cannot use anything with artificial ingredients and additives!
I came up with the idea of making YOUR OWN scrub! You can do it yourself, with your children, your friends or give as gifts! And YOU know what is IN your products!
Each jar makes half a cup in which YOU add your own salt or sugar. So YOU know what is in your scrub! You can use table salt (not recommended), dead sea salt, sea salt, Kosher salt (best) or Turbinado or Raw Sugar.
You than add your own OIL; which could be coconut, EVOO, sweet almond or any other oil you prefer. I divide the butter into fourths and can get FOUR uses out of each kit!
An 8oz screw top jar (every time I use flip-top they always rust!) 5ML Essential Oil (exceptions) 1oz Organic Butter Herbal of Choice (no clays)
Simply to follow instructions on the. PLUS each lid has a label for you to write in your personalized scrub!
As with any new product always test for a potential allergic reaction.
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