DIY Scrubs You Can Make With Ingredients in Your Kitchen
You really don’t have to buy those $30 scrubs you see in stores if you don’t want to. The majority of them essentially do the same thing as a homemade scrub. I will admit that some do have specific ingredients in them that validate the price, but if you’re just looking for a scrub to get rid of dead skin cells and make your skin look better overall, a DIY scrub can definitely help! Below are some recipes for scrubs you see in stores.
Coffee Scrub Increases blood circulation, tightens the skin, reduces cellulite
– 1 cup of coffee grounds – 1/3 cup of sugar – 1/2 cup of sweet almond oil or coconut oil – 1 tsp of vanilla extract
Himalayan Salt Scrub Moisturizing, gets rid of flaky dead skin, the salt dissolves so it’s impossible to over exfoliate
– 1 cup of fine Himalayan salt – 1/2 cup of grapeseed oil – 3-5 drops of an essential oil for scent
Honey Sugar Scrub OG of all scrubs, super classic
– 1 cup of honey – 2 tablespoons of your favorite oil – 1/2 cup of sugar (brown or white)
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