Diy Multipurpose Scrub : Cheap , Easy And Effective

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I came up with this simple multipurpose scrub while I was making my morning coffee. It honestly is quite difficult to find affordable quality anything in Barbados. I made this one for my hands they were looking a bit rough. It is so easy anyone can do it! Best of all it is made from ingredients that you can find right in your cupboard.

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For the small batch, I used
Two tbsps. sugar
Two tbsps. of Epsom salts
Two tbsps. of ground coffee
You can use coconut oil or olive oil 
And a few drops of your favourite essential oil.  I used orange.
I used the massage oil pictured as it was what I had on hand. 

You can make it gritty or moister that would depend on how you like your scrubs.

I left my hands feeling smooth and refreshed. You can also use it for your feet or as a body scrub. If you are like me and or on a budget check out Six Everyday Products For A More Beautiful You.  Natural is where it is at. Let me know if you give this one a try. What are some of your favourite diy beauty products? I always love new ideas 🙂 


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35 thoughts on “Diy Multipurpose Scrub : Cheap , Easy And Effective

    • Tachiwi says:

      Thanks for commenting . This small batch I used immediately but when I make sure scrubs I store them in the shower for a week or two not any longer . I use them up pretty fast . I used to also pop other ones I have made in the fridge if you do not mind having a cold scrub . Epsom salts does wonders 🙂

  1. Pari says:

    Looks simple to make. So much better for the environment and skin too with no chemical ingredients. Will give it a try!

  2. Angela Hoyos says:

    God I love everything about this. I made a similar body scrub but I didn’t add the coffee like you did – great idea! Artisinal body scrubs can be so expensive so I love making my own! You’re right they are inexpensive and easy to make, woo!

  3. Jubilee D Meyer says:

    This looks so great! I recently made a scrub at home and loved it! This one looks great too! Gonna keep this in mind for my next batch:)

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