Exfoliator. It helps your skin look and feel its best. Do I really need to define it any further? Glad we're on the same page. Here are some do-it-yourself recipes that I plan on trying!
Lemon Sugar Scrub
1)Put sugar in a large bowl. Set aside.
2) Measure out 1/4 cup of coconut oil and place it in a microwave safe bowl.
3) Heat coconut oil in the microwave for about 30 seconds, or until the oil is melted.
4) Pour oil over sugar and mix to combine.
5) Using a zester or small grater, zest the rind of 1 lemon.
6)Then, cut zested lemon in half and, using a juicer, juice the lemon.
7) Remove any seeds from lemon juice.
8) Add lemon juice and zest to the sugar mixture and stir to combine.
(If sugar scrub is still too “wet”, add up to 1/2 cup more sugar until desired consistency is reached.)
9) Grab a jar or container of some sort to put the scrub in
Anti-Aging Sugar Scrub Recipe
1) Using a digital kitchen scale begin by weighing out the wax and butters.
2) Heat in a double boiler until melted then weigh out and add the oils.
3) Use a graduated plastic transfer pipette to measure out the rosemary extract and stir into the melted ingredients.
4) Mix well then remove from heat.
5) Once these ingredients have thickened to a gel like state weigh out and add the water and aloe and mix to combine.
6) Measure out the preservative and incorporate into the mixture as well.
7) Lastly, you will weigh out the sugar. Use a fork mix into the scrub base until thoroughly combined.
8) Spoon into a glass or plastic jar.
Natural Vanilla & Pumpkin Spice Salt Scrub
1) Using a digital scale weigh out the sea salt into a glass bowl or Prex measuring cup.
2) Weigh out and stir in the apricot kernel oil, agave syrup and vanilla extract. Now measure out the nutmeg with a measuring spoon and add to the bowl.
3) Using a glass dropper or plastic transfer pipette add the essential oils. Whisk with a fork then spoon into a four ounce container.
4) To use simply slather onto wet skin and massage in. Rinse, then pat dry.