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Use This DIY Scrub To Have Naturally Glowing Skin This Spring

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  1. Ebbey says:

    I was just about to hop in the shower when I read this article. I tried it and loved it!! My skin looks moisturized and feels so soft. This will now become apart of my skin care regiment.

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    1. I’m so happy you enjoyed! I swear this has changed my life lol

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  2. HoneyButter says:

    I learned about making scrubs in massage school. I like to use coarse sugar the most and sometimes coarse sea salt. I mix almond oil with it and also essential oils for variety and exfoliate in the shower. You can use eucalyptus when you have a cold, lemongrass or orange oil to wake up. You can really have fun with it cause there are sooo many different oils out there but research each one first on benefits, how to use and any ill side effects. Your skin will feel and look bomb! I will try coconut oil.

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    1. I need to step my essential oil game up! I had a terrible cold last week, ran to Target to get eucalyptus oil but they didn’t have any :/

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  3. RosRoxi says:

    I’m an Esthetician & I approve this post! I prefer organic products in my treatments and I often tell my clients that ‘expensive, luxury & Sephora’ doesn’t always mean it’s better or best for YOUR skin! Sometimes the simplest most natural remedies can work wonders.

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  4. MinnieBoo says:

    What are the measurements of the salt?

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    1. You just have to make sure you keep the ratio 2-to-1. Ex. 1 cup sea salt & 1/2 cup oils; 2 cups sea salt & 1 cup oils etc.

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  5. Pink says:

    i am def going to try this on sat when i get some me time… normally i use st ives medicated apricot scrub on my face and Shea moisture hand and body scrub but i love the idea of an all natural ingredients. I def will switch it up… is this product safe for face?

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  6. Daniella says:

    I am trying this soon… Currently using a sugar+honey+orange juice scrub and it is amazing💝

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  7. Erica says:

    Is this product safe for my face? I notice my skin has been getting dry around the bridge of my nose

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    1. MIKA says:

      I would opt for sugar instead of salt. The grains tend to be more gentle which would be better for face.

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