We all deserve a little bit of pampering, and the good news is that you don’t have to fork out money for an expensive spa treatment, because you can give your skin a wonderful exfoliating treatment right at home. Pamper your skin from the comfort of your own bathroom with this DIY pumpkin spice sugar scrub. It’s got the wonderful fall scent of pumpkin spice, and all of those exfoliating properties that your skin is craving right now. Check out our entire collection of diy body scrub recipes.
When making our diy bath and beauty products, we like to use Rocky Mountain Oils, because they have such a great selection of single oils as well as essential oil blends. We also love this mica powder for any of our projects that require color, and this sweet almond oil anytime a carrier oil is called for in a recipe.
What do sugar scrubs do?
Sugar scrubs exfoliate dead skin, helping to create the appearance of smoother, glowing skin.
How long does DIY sugar scrub last?
Sugar scrubs that you make yourself generally last for about 6 months, as long as it is stored in an airtight container.
Do you use sugar scrub in the shower?</h3?
Yes, I recommend using your sugar scrub in the shower. Let the warm water soften your skin for about 5-10 minutes, then pause the water, and apply your sugar scrub in a circular motion to best exfoliate your skin. After you have applied your sugar scrub, simply rinse off.
Which oil is best for sugar scrubs?
You can use a number of different oild for sugar scrubs. I generally make mine with olive oil, coconut oil, or grapeseed oil.
DIY pumpkin spice sugar scrub
With just a few ingredients that you likely already have in your kitchen, you can whip up this DIY pumpkin spice sugar scrub in just a few short minutes.
- 1 cup brown sugar
- ⅓ cup olive oil
- 1 teaspoon Pumpkin Pie Spice
- 15 drops Pumpkin Pie fragrance oil
- (optional) 2 drops Tangerine soap colorant
Step 1. Combine all ingredients in a glass bowl. Stir well.
Step 2. Spoon mixture into an airtight container such as a mason jar, and seal.
Can you believe that it is really that simple to make your own sugar scrub?! I have some other really simple DIY beauty tutorials that you might want to check out too.
- Pumpkin Sugar Scrub Bars
- Homemade Apricot Seed Soap with Peach Mango Fragrance
- French Vanilla Coffee Sugar Scrub