Soap & Bath

DIY Sugar Scrub

Dec 02, 2018 - by Reginald the Cat


Read this simple DIY sugar scrub tutorial to make a coffee sugar scrub for an easy gift idea. One batch only takes about 15 minutes to make so why not make an extra for yourself?

While researching DIY sugar scrubs, I wanted to find an all-natural recipe and couldn\'t wait to try this coffee scrub. I love the smell of coffee and thought this would be the perfect gift for my coffee lover friends! Before writing this post, I used the scrub on my hands am thrilled at how soft and smooth it left my skin. As an added benefit, I read that the caffeine in the coffee sugar scrub also helps to reduce cellulite.

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DIY Sugar Scrub Supplies

To make this coffee sugar scrub, you will need the following supplies. Good News you should have most of these supplies lying around your kitchen!

  • 1 part: Ground Coffee
  • 1 part: Brown or Cane Sugar
  • 1/3 part: Sea Salt
  • 2/3 part: Coconut Oil
  • 1/3 part: Olive Oil

Make the DIY Sugar Scrubs

In a large bowl, mix equal parts of coffee and brown or cane sugar. Mix in 1/3 parts of sea salt. In a separate bowl, mix together coconut oil and olive oil. Pour oil mixture into sugar mixture. Use the back of a spoon to press the sugar mixture into the oil. Mix until the sugar is saturated and clumps together.

Gift your Sugar Scrubs

You can make an adorable handmade gift out of this scrub with our free printable labels and a couple of supplies from Amazon The links provided below are the exact orders that I placed from Amazon. The jars and spoons arrived quickly, are made with wonderful quality, and a great value at less than $1 per item for the spoons and slightly over $1 per item for the jars. I have included the sponsored links below and if you purchase through my links, I will receive a small percentage of the order and would be very grateful!

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by: Reginald the Cat

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