I’m here today to share a quick treat for the you and the girls in your life – a Chocolate Sugar Scrub! This time of year, our skin is so dry and a sugar scrub is just what you need to refresh your skin and leave it silky smooth! Of course, you can buy a sugar scrub at most stores, but why not make your own – it’s so easy, all natural, and less expensive! And, a decadent chocolate sugar scrub is a sweet treat for the senses that won’t make you cringe when you step on the scale!!
We had a spa night for the ladies at our church this past weekend and it was so much fun! This was one of the “make and takes” for that evening, but I didn’t get a chance to make one. So, I decided to whip up a batch for me and the girls in my life and to share with you – of course! When I was mixing this up, it smelled soooo good!
Chocolate Sugar Scrub Recipe
1/2 Cup RAW Sugar
1/2 Cup White Sugar
1 TBS Cocoa Powder
1/4 Cup Coconut Oil
1/2 TSP Vanilla
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These cute jars are from Michael’s in the dollar bins (they were actually $1.50 each), but you could use small mason jars or any kind of jar or container that has a lid with a seal. I made pretty labels for the top of each jar and tied the latch with thick red and white baker’s twine that I had on hand – but you can pick this up from your local craft store.
I made the labels red and white because I’m going to use these as little Valentine’s Day gifts. But, I also made them in a chalkboard design in case you don’t want to use the red and white. Again, you can download these labels from my FREE Printable Library and print them from home. I printed mine on sticker paper, but you could print them on plain paper and use glue to attach the label to the lid.
I hope you’ll give this DIY Chocolate Sugar Scrub a try, and I’ll be back tomorrow with another easy Valentine’s Day DIY! See you then!!