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Sugar Hand Scrub

by Amanda Cowgill

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July 17, 2013

Sugar Hand Scrub

Summer is here! And what better way to celebrate than by pampering your hands with a sweet-smelling sugar hand scrub. All you need is sugar and dish soap! For the soap, I recommend using Dawn with Olay Hand Renewal. I tested the scrub with another soap because I really liked the smell (Palmolive Soft Touch). This looked and smelled great at first, but then after a few hours it started to separate. So stick with the hand renewal from Dawn. It does come in four scents in my grocery: Pomegranate Splash, Lavender Silk, Cool Springs, and Tropical Shea Butter. Make it for yourself and add some ribbon and a label for the perfect gift.

Ingredients: 

  • Dawn with Olay Hand Renewal Dish Soap
  • Sugar
  • Pretty jar to store your scrub

                                                  

Optional:

  • Ribbon
  • Label

Step One:
Fill your container about ¾ full with sugar.

                                                   

Step Two:
Add your soap to just below the top of the jar.

                                                 

Step Three:
Stir it up! Add more sugar or soap until you reach your desired thickness. I think it works best when a little on the thick side.

                                                 

ENJOY YOUR SCRUB!

 Amanda Cowgill is a stay-at-home mom raising her four children ages 9, 8, 4 and 2. She loves to craft, cook and spend time outdoors with her family. You can see more of her DIY tips on her blog at: thecowgills.blogspot.com

Related topics: Crafts, Beauty

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So easy! I'm going to go make some right now!

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