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Lemon Scrub, No Dry Rub

If you’re looking for a tasty dry rub for tonight’s dinner, this isn’t it. Instead, we’ve included two recipes specifically for hand scrubs that are easy and inexpensive to make. Stay in your kitchen, all the ingredients are at your fingertips (or in your pantry)!

Lemon Sugar Scrub

  • ⅔ cup of sugar
  • ¼ cup of coconut oil or olive oil (be sure to melt the coconut oil for 30 seconds or less)
  • 15 drops of lemon essential oil or 1 tablespoon of fresh lemon juice

Mix all of your ingredients together. The consistency should be similar to semi-dry sand. Depending on how you like your scrubs, you can add more lemon juice than sugar, or vice versa. If you’re feeling creative, you can even add some lemon zest to give your scrub some more color.

This next scrub is similar to the Mary Kay Satin Hands Scrub. You’d be surprised of the ingredients! Don’t be hesitant, it really works 😉

Satin Hands Scrub

  • ⅔ cup of sugar
  •  Dawn Hand Renewal Liquid Dish Soap

Mix these together for the same consistency. It comes out a blush pink and the smell is fresh. Depending on the amount of soap you use will alter the color.

Side Note(s): To mix, we found it easier to use a knife or a thick popsicle stick. Also, if you are looking for mason jars, we recommend using 8oz, and they can be purchased at Walmart or Amazon. Place your scrub in the fridge or freezer for 30-mins to 1 hour for a more cooling sensation on your hands.

*Disclaimer: Do NOT use these scrubs on your face. They may be too harsh for skin as sensitive as your face.*