Peppermint Sugar Scrub!

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This luxurious Peppermint Sugar Scrub will have your hands and feet feeling silky smooth in no time!

It also makes a fabulous Gift in a Jar!  Just a few simple ingredients and you’re on your way!

What You’ll Need:

Wide Mouth Half Pint Mason Jars

What You’ll Do:

  • Place 1/2 cup Coconut Oil in microwave safe dish, and microwave for 45 seconds, or until completely melted.
  • Transfer melted Coconut Oil to small mixing bowl, and stir in 1 cup of White Sugar. Mix well.
  • Add 10 drops of Peppermint Essential Oil {or more for a stronger scent}, and mix again until well combined.
  • Transfer to Mason Jar. {For scrubs, I love using the Wide Mouth Half Pint Jars}

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Peppermint Bath Salts

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11 Responses to Peppermint Sugar Scrub!

  1. Terra says:

    This is so great! Super simple and so adorable! Great Valentines day gift, thanks!

  2. Selina says:

    coconut oil will become solid when it cools, then melt completely at a little over 70°. in between it just gets soft. once you scoop some out and rub it on your hand for a second, it will be nice and melted. if you’re taking a bath, putting it in the bath water, or holding it under the running water works too!

  3. Kathy Manning says:

    This may sound stupid but how do you use the sugar scrub after you make it?

    • susan says:

      Just scoop out a handful and scrub away. Leaves skin super soft. Enjoy.

      • Lori says:

        I made this last night and this morning all my jars of scrub are hard. You cannot just simply scoop it out. What do you suggest?

        • Sarah says:

          Set the jar in some warm/hot water, or hold it under warm/hot running water until it softens. Coconut oil is a solid at 77*F and liquid at 78*F. Shouldn’t take very long to soften it up enough to use it

  4. Jennifer says:

    How many jars does this recipe make?

  5. Regina Neuman says:

    I’m very new to this stuff but I mixed the coconut oil unmelted and added a little bit of olive oil.

  6. Jennifer Kenngott says:

    Would it be ok to use peppermint extract instead of essential oils?

  7. Hailey Crouse says:

    Coconut oil is very expensive. Are there other options? Like can I just use a small amount of olive oil like in the Vanilla Brown Sugar scrub?

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