Sometimes the best thing you can do for your skin is exfoliate it. But not all exfoliating products are created equal simply because not all are truly all that good for your skin. Not to mention, you have NO IDEA what other chemicals are in them. So what is my go-to solution? It’s a good homemade sugar scrub! To get you started on your silk smooth skin, here are 13 must-try sugar scrub recipes!
13 Sugar Scrub Recipes To Get Your Skin Silky Smooth
All I can say is this cranberry sugar scrub is calling my name!
Blueberries not only give a beautiful color but they also give a great scent. Plus, they totally rock antioxidants that are great for skin. So give this very blueberry sugar scrub a try.
If you thought peppermint was something you just enjoyed during the holidays think again! This peppermint sugar scrub is great for exfoliation but smells delicious too!
If you like blue and cotton candy you will love this blue cotton candy sugar scrub. I bet it’s even one the kiddos will love!
One of my favorite scents of all time is grapefruit which is why I cannot wait to give this pink grapefruit sugar scrub a try!
This coconut lime and mint sugar scrub reminds me of a good day at the beach with a margarita in one hand. I bet it totally smells amazing too!
An orange and coconut sugar scrub? Yes please!
I can’t get over how beautiful this passion tea sugar scrub is!
Coffee is great for so many reasons like for making this yummy coffee sugar scrub.
I don’t think a recipe can get any easier than this 3-ingredient pineapple sugar scrub.
This green tea sugar scrub looks so exhilarating and it’s totally beautiful!
This grape sugar scrub would make a great gift. Plus, it’s so easy to make, it’s something the kids can help with!
This chocolate sugar scrub looks good enough to eat. Although, it may not taste as good as it looks but at least you will smell like chocolate!
Now that you have everything you need to get your skin looking silky smooth, make sure you understand why using a commercially made exfoliator isn’t the best option. For starters, many of them have “microbeads” which you can read all about here.