3 Ingredient Whipped Sugar Scrub With Pumpkin Spice

Heidi Samia | Eleanor Rose Home

Embrace the simplicity of homemade skincare, and let this whipped sugar scrub soap recipe not only pamper your skin but your soul as well.

What You'll Want to Make Your Own Sugar Scrub

Making your scrub at home is a great way to take control of the ingredients, ensuring only the finest, natural products for your skin. You can tailor every component to match your personal preferences from choosing organic oils to cruelty-free products.

The Benefits of Homemade Sugar Scrubs

– Exfoliation – Moisturization – Improves Blood Circulation – Prevents Acne and Breakouts – Promotes Skin Regeneration – Soothing and Calming – Customization

Supplies for Whipped Sugar Scrub Recipe

– Turbinado Raw Cane Sugar – Refined or Unrefined Coconut Oil  – Pumpkin Pie Spice – Hand Mixer or Stand Mixer – Glass Jar

Whipped Sugar Scrub Recipe Step #1

In a large mixing bowl, whip the coconut oil with the hand mixer for about 2-3 minutes or until you achieve a creamy, smooth consistency.

Whipped Sugar Scrub Recipe Step #2

Once you have the whipped soap base, add in the raw sugar and pumpkin pie spice.

Whipped Sugar Scrub Recipe Step #3

With the hand mixer, whip the sugar and spice into the oil until the mixture becomes light and fluffy about 2-3 minutes. 

Whipped Sugar Scrub Recipe Step #4

Transfer your whipped sugar scrub soap into a clean, airtight jar. And that’s it! Can you believe how simple and easy it is to make a whipped sugar hand scrub at home?!

Is this sugar scrub suitable for all skin types?

Yes, sugar scrubs are generally gentle and suitable for most skin types. However, people with sensitive skin should be cautious and may want to choose a finer sugar variety like brown sugar for milder exfoliation.

How often should I use a sugar scrub?

For most people, using a sugar scrub 2-3 times a week is ideal. Over-exfoliating can irritate the skin, so it’s important not to use the scrub daily.

How long does a homemade sugar scrub last?

Homemade sugar scrubs typically last for several weeks to a few months, depending on the freshness of the ingredients and how well it’s stored. If you notice any changes in color, smell, or texture, it may be time to discard it.

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