Sunday, November 13, 2011

Homemade Sugar Scrub!

My skin has been so dry, I decided to make some 
homemade sugar scrub!
 This homemade recipe is so yummy you will want to eat it! LOL! The smell is heavenly.
It is good for all over the body but I especially 
made it for my face. It leaves it so soft!
This is all you need:

white sugar
brown sugar
olive oil

Equal parts of sugar, mix together, 
add enough olive oil to the consistency you like  and 1 capful 
of vanilla. 
Put in a jar with a lid and enjoy! 

The sugar scrub makes great Christmas gifts too!
***Questions answered:

1. No it is not drying at all! Leaves skin moisturized and soft.

2. I have searched the Internet and have not found how long a sugar scrub lasts. One person wrote that they use it everyday and their scrub lated a month. I suggest you make small batches at a time. You will never know how long it lasts because you will use it up! That has been my case. I love, love, love it!

3. It does not "break out" my body or face. At this point in my life, I need all the oil I can get! :)


A Vintage Chic said...

Oooooh! Looks good enough to eat, Maryjane! (but I won't!)

We just made some lavender salt rub it, too! Ours isn't wrapped up prettily like yours, though...we'll just have to change that!

Think we'll be making some of your sweet sugar scrub girls will LOVE it!

Hope you're having a beautiful Sunday, my friend.


Holly- Cutie Pie Cottage said...

It looks so cute all wrapped up!

I discovered sugar scrub while on vacation once. Works great! ♥

Lemon Lane Cottage said...

Hey sweet lady! Thank you for the kind words and the beautiful gifts.
That scrub sounds too yummy for my face and I'm sure the mister will appreciate that sugar scrub, too. :) Patty

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Julie Harward said...

That is a cute little jar of sweet1 Looks good enough to eat..anything with brown sugar in it sounds like a good idea to me! :D

Celestial Charms said...

This looks ever so delightful. Natural and easy, just the way I like things! Can't wait to give this one a try. Thanks for sharing.

Deila said...

Looks great, just what I was looking to make!

kpaints said...

What a great idea...thanks! I need to do this. What a great way to pamper ourselves! Cute package!

daisy said...

Great idea! I think I'll add this to my list of homemade products. How long does it keep in the jar?

Darla said...

I have been eye balling this recipe on the internet for a while now. Glad to read a positive review, now I'm gonna try it!

Redo 101 said...

A beautiful gift and ingredients we already have - thanks for sharing!

NanaDiana said...

That sounds wonderful. You could make that to give to all the "sweeties" in your life. What a great packaging idea, too! xo Diana

Amy B. said...

Love the presentation!! I use your laundry soap - ALL THE TIME and love it!! Now I am going to try this!! You're so crafty!

Have a wonderful day!!

BucksCountyFolkArt said...

Oh my gosh, are you sure it doesn't make you break out?! haha! I think I'd have a real hard time not taste-testing it!

Shelia said...

Hi Maryjane! Oh, I've never heard of this but it does sound heavenly! Love how you've packaged it too - love the little yo yo!
Thank you so much for popping in to see me.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Prairiemaid said...


Thank you for stopping by my blog this morning! Always love company!

And thank you for this recipe for the sugar scrub! I have been wanting to try this! Excellent.

Blessings & hugs,

Susan said...

Your sugar scrubs sounds lovely, and I love your packaging!

Anita Kehn said...

I would love to try this. Your presentation is stunning! I am wondering like Daisy ~ how long does this keep. I'm thinking of gifts. All your crafts look so lovely.

Ali said...

It's not drying at all Maryjane? I have a hard time with scrubs because of that. I'm wondering if a few drops of essential oil might be nice in the mix too.

Happy Monday!

Ali x

Lisa said...

Great recipe, Maryjane! My highschooler would love to make this for her friends.;)

GerryART said...

I'm more inclined to think of this recipe more as a topping for my muffins or biscuits.

I've never heard of a sugar scrub before last Monday - - and since that time I've heard it mentioned at least a half-dozen times.

Love your blog!


deb said...

oh that looks wonderful and your presentation is awesome...great gift idea!!!! I have heard that olive oil really is good for the face!!!!! Im going to try this recipe!!!!!!!

Patricia said...

I copied the recipe down on a sticky note... I am going to make this for sure. Winter time and dry skin seem to go hand in hand... speaking of hands ~ I bet this might help with the dry hands that I've just glanced at and realize yet again that I have my Mothers skin. I'm making this for sure. TODAY!

Susan said...

Sorry, forget the scrub. Please tell me if you know the pattern of the china bowl you mixed it in. I have my great-great aunt's china in that pattern and have never known the name of it!
Oh, and I will try the scrub now!

debi huntsman said...

Oh, this looks so yummy! And I love sugar scrubs. Definitely will have to give this a try.

Thanks for sharing Maryjane!

K @ Aurora Blythe said...

So thoroughly and completely bookmarking this for Christmas gift use. Thank you for posting this extremely lovely idea!

Joy said...

I love that.. pretty packaging too :)

Anne Fannie said...

Hi Maryjane, your facial scrub sounds good enough to eat!
Last Christmas I made sugar facial scrub and I used only white sugar, almond oil and olive oil. It was wonderful too! I haven't tried the brown sugar, will have to try that too!
Today Buck killed one of my chickens!!! I hate him today :(
Hugs, Ann

Lara Harris said...

I am loving your trailer!

Busy As Can Be said...

Oh Gosh Maryjane! You come up with the funniest things to make. How fun is this!

Betsy said...

This looks heavenly! It's definitely dry skin season so this comes at the perfect time. Thanks for sharing!

Mimi Sue said...

Amen to that! Especially here in dry old Utah! I'll be making some this week. Mimi

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Sara's Sweet Surprise said...

Hello Maryjane~I'm b-a-c-k to makin' my visits (finally)! I just wanted to take a minute at this season of renewed hope and gratitude to personally thank you for your visits and kind words, especially with the loss of my kitty Angel I wish I could convey to you how much your continued friendship means to me. You're so generous to share a big part of your hearts passion through your wonderful posts. I look forward to each and every visit. I've no doubt we've got a lot more blogging fun in store for us come this new year.

I took one look at your adorable trailer boutique setting and thought how cute and what fantastic weather. My second thought was...where on earth could you possibly have such wonderful sunshine in November, when most of us have lost any resemblance of sunny skies. Then I saw the poster that read Murrieta CA! I use to live in Hemet...where the sun shines in November. I'm in the Pacific Northwest now where our sunshine comes in a liquid form.

Sweet Wishes,

C'est moi Claudette said...

I see you have a new MAC... Yes you can edit all your pics. If you have any questions I would be glad to help out. I've used IPHOTO for years now. Did you get ICLOUD? It was the new update resently.
LOVE the sugar scrub you made. So so sweet ; )
Also love your sweet trailer and the way you set up your sweet cards and goodies.
Glad you were able to meet new blogging friends. They truly are the best.
LOVE your friends dining room/living room and all her beautiful decorations and food.
Happy Thanksgiving Maryjane.
Love Claudie from Canada

Sherrie said...

Love your blog Maryjane, I'm in aww of you, your so creative. I tried to click on some of your receipes but nothing seems to work. Thought you might want to check that out. Merry Christmas to you and your family