A simple DIY candy cane sugar scrub using a few ingredients. These make fun holiday gifts for friends and family!
Merry Christmas! If you’re looking for a fun project for the kids or teens to do during the holiday break, these Candy Cane Sugar Scrubs are all-natural, incredibly easy to make, and smell delicious!
Is Cane Sugar Good For Sugar Scrubs?
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There are many types of sugar, but pure cane juice is good for all skin types and contains essential nutrients to feed your beautiful face. It can be used 2-3 times per week, with turbinado being naturally the coarsest due to its large granules, making it ideal as a body scrub!
Ingredients Used To Make Candy Cane Sugar Scrub
I used a few drops of fresh pomegranate juice to give it the “reddish” color, organic peppermint essential oil for the scent, and organic almond oil to moisturize the skin.
How To Make Candy Cane Sugar Scrub – Steps To Follow
1 – Combine the sugar and the oil in a bowl. Mix until incorporated.
2 – Dive the mixture in half.
3 – Add a few drops of natural red food coloring (or dark pomegranate juice) into 1/2 of the mixture and mix until you have a nice pink color.
4– In plastic globes or a jar, layer in the red and white sugar scrub until the jar is filled.
I’ve been using mine for two weeks, and I’m hooked! The peppermint is a nice pick-me-up and adds a festive touch to the season!
So, if you’re looking for a fun and festive way to show your loved ones how much you care, why not try making a few of these Candy Cane Sugar Scrubs yourself?
Not only will they love the delicious peppermint smell, but they’ll also appreciate the fact that you took the time to make something special just for them. Have you ever made a sugar scrub before? If so, what’s your favorite recipe?
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Candy Cane Sugar Scrub
- 1 cup granulated sugar
- 1/2 cup almond oil, Jojoba oil, coconut oil, avoacado oil or olive oil work too.
- 10 drops peppermint essential oil , more or less
- 1 tbsp pomegranate juice , or natyural red dye
- Combine the sugar and the oil in a bowl. Mix together until incorporated.
- Dived the mixture in half.
- Add a few drops of natural red food coloring (or dark pomegranate juice) into 1/2 of the mixture and mix until you have a nice pink color.
- In a plastic globes or a jar, layer in the red and white sugar scrub until the jar is filled.