Easy Lemon Sugar Scrub

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If you are looking for a facial scrub that is easy, inexpensive and smells delicious this is a quick project for you!  My daughter and I made this up in about less then 10 minutes.  Here are the easy instructions for an awesome facial scrub:

First you will need:

2 cups of white sugar

1/4 cup coconut oil

1 lemon

small mason jar or jar of your choice

Here is how it’s made:

First you pour 2 cups of sugar into a large bowl

Then take lemon and zest the outside rhine

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Then heat up 1/4 cup coconut oil (in microwave) and pour over sugar and mix

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Next take the lemon you zest and cut in half and take out seeds

Squeeze all the lemon juice out of it.  (this smells so good)

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Pour the lemon juice and all the zest into the bowl of sugar & mix

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Pack the sugar mix in the jar (this is a 8 oz. jar) I actually filled 2- 8 oz. jars with this one recipe.

leam6This is the final product!

This is wonderful to use at home OR to give out as a gift!  There is nothing like a homemade gift from someone!  It’s special and from the heart.  If you enjoyed this recipe, why not PIN IT~      You may also want to try Homemade brown sugar scrub tomorrow!!!  Stay tuned!

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5 Responses to Easy Lemon Sugar Scrub

  1. Jenn says:

    I love, love, love sugar scrubs! I’ve been using sugar scrubs as a facial polish since I was a teenager and I swear by it. I use it as an all-over scrub as well. It is wonderful. Coconut oil is one of my go-to oils, so your post caught my attention. I love the addition of grated lemon rind. This sounds like it’d be the perfect morning scrub, The jar and label is adorable!

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  2. Margaret says:

    Can this be left in the shower for daily use or does it have to go in the fridge when not in use?

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