DIY Peppermint Sugar Scrub

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This easy 3-ingredient peppermint sugar scrub recipe makes a thoughtful DIY holiday gift. Or make the DIY Christmas sugar scrub for yourself to enjoy over the holiday season! 

Are you looking for an incredibly easy peppermint sugar scrub recipe? This DIY peppermint sugar body scrub can be made in less than 10 minutes, and with only three ingredients.

Peppermint Sugar Scrub

If you are looking for holiday sugar scrubs you will love this super easy 3-ingredient DIY. 

What is peppermint sugar scrub?

Peppermint sugar scrub is an all-natural body scrub made using coconut oil, white sugar, and peppermint essential oil. It works to exfoliate and moisturize skin, leaving it soft and silky smooth. Plus, you can enjoy the wonderful peppermint scent which is very uplifting and energizing. 

How do you use it?

Rub the scrub on the skin in a circular motion, rinse, and pat dry. 

Are you looking for an incredibly easy peppermint sugar scrub recipe? This DIY peppermint sugar body scrub can be made in less than 10 minutes, and with only three ingredients.

How do you make peppermint sugar scrub?

Mix together room temperate coconut oil, white sugar, and peppermint essential oil in a bowl. Spoon the scrub into airtight jars and enjoy.

How do I make the best DIY peppermint sugar scrub?

Your final product can only be as good as the ingredients that you use to make it. Use high-quality ingredients in your homemade bath and body products so that your products will be of high quality as well.

Not a fan of peppermint?

If you want, you can also change the scent of this sugar scrub by simply using a different essential oil. Read up on different oils to see the benefits that each offers. 

Keep all the measurements the same, aside from using more or less drop of oil as needed to get the desired scent.

Or, if you prefer, you can try this 3-ingredient brown sugar scrub recipe that doesn’t call for any essential oils.

DIY peppermint sugar scrub

DIY Holiday Gift Idea

Homemade Christmas gifts don’t have to be expensive or difficult to make. This peppermint sugar scrub recipe proves that you can make homemade bath and beauty products without breaking the bank.

It makes for a lovely homemade gift for friends, neighbors, teachers, or relatives.

You could even use the homemade peppermint sugar scrub to create a nice home spa-themed gift basket with other goodies like DIY peppermint bath bombs, a shower poof, and a pair of cozy socks.

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DIY peppermint sugar scrub
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Peppermint Sugar Scrub

Author: Jaclyn
Prep: 10 minutes
Cook: 5 minutes
Total: 15 minutes
An easy 3-ingredient peppermint sugar scrub tutorial, perfect for holiday gifting!

Equipment

  • bowl
  • spoon
  • airtight containers

Supplies
 

Instructions

  • In a medium bowl, stir to combine the coconut oil, sugar, and essential oil.
    mixing sugar scrub in red bowl
  • Spoon into airtight containers and store at room temperature for up to two months.
    scrub spooned into small glass jars
  • If desired, dress with twine or a bow for an easy DIY gift.
    homemade peppermint sugar scrub in glass mason jar
DIY peppermint sugar scrub

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  1. I just made this and mine is very liquidy. I used the liquid coco oil that you have linked, but I used granulated sugar rather than the cane sugar your linked. Could that be the difference?

  2. Would a drop or two of red food coloring give that nice light pink/reddish color to the scrub?
    Thanks!

    1. I love that idea! Just be sure not to use more than a couple of drops. You don’t want it to end up dying your skin. 1 or 2 drops would be fine though!

  3. Try using Mica Powder to color the scrubs U
    can get them on Amazon they work great use just a sprinkles. I love making the scrubs fresh lemon or oranges sunflower oil works great too u can pulse
    the sugars a few times for a finer texture it will
    for sensitive skin. Just a few suggestions. T

  4. Hi, So your recipe only makes 4 servings in a 4 oz jar? So if I make your recipe 3x, than i can have 12 4oz jars? Thank you Annmarie

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