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Lemon Lavender Sugar Scrub Cubes

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These sugar scrub cubes are perfect for a relaxing bath. The lemon and lavender scents will help you de-stress after a long day. Plus, the sugar will exfoliate your skin and leave it feeling soft and smooth.

Nourish your skin back to a silky smooth glow with these easy DIY sugar scrub bars. These lovely scrub bars will gently exfoliate and soften your skin. Make them for yourself, and even gift them to friends with my easy tutorial below.

We all know that lavender and lemon are soothing, calming scents. They promote relaxation in both the body and mind.

As well as being a spa-like experience for your skin, these sugar scrub cubes make great gifts too! All you need is some basic ingredients and a little time to spare before they’re ready to use (or give). So go on – indulge yourself

These lovely little exfoliating bars are going to leave your skin feeling smooth and moisturized, as well as smelling amazing. So why not make a big batch and keep them on hand for whenever you need a quick self-treat?

Like most sugar scrubs, these should last about 6 months when stored in a cool, dark place.

The next time you have a few minutes to spare – grab the ingredients, then follow the instructions below. You’ll have yourself a lovely little bath treat in no time!

Like making sugar scrubs? Don’t miss our 30 Easy To Make DIY Sugar Scrubs!

Why We Love Lemon Lavender Sugar Scrub Cubes

  • Quick and easy to make
  • Super smooth soft skin
  • Great gift idea

Lemon Lavender Sugar Scrub Cubes Supplies

Tools & Equipment

  • Mini ice cube tray mold
  • Large microwave-safe measuring cup with a spout
  • Wooden craft stick for stirring

SEE THE FULL INSTRUCTIONS BELOW

How To Make Lemon Lavender Sugar Scrub Cubes

Add soap base to the measuring cup and heat for 30 seconds in the microwave. Stir well.

Add the sweet almond oil, sugar, and mica powder. Stir well.

Heat for an additional 15 seconds, then add the essential oils. Stir well

Pour into mold.

Let set for about 30 minutes. Then remove from mold and store in an airtight container.

NOTES AND TIPS

  • Make sure you have all of your supplies to hand before you start.
  • If children are helping then make sure they are supervised at all times.

VARIATIONS

  • If you want a different scent then you could try different essential oils instead. You could use citrus colors and lemon-scented oil only.
  • Buy different shaped molds if you are looking to create something a bit different.

More DIY Sugar Scrubs

Lemon Lavender Sugar Scrub Cubes

5 from 2 votes
These easy DIY sugar scrub bars will gently exfoliate and soften your skin. Make them for yourself, or as a lovely gifts idea.
Active Time: 10 mins
Additional: 30 mins
Total Time: 40 mins

Supplies
  

  • 2 1”x1” cubes of Goats Milk Melt and Pour Soap Base
  • 2 tbsp sweet almond oil
  • ½ cup sugar
  • ¼ tsp Purple mica powder
  • 10 drops lemon essential oil
  • 15 drops lavender essential oil
  • Mini ice cube tray mold
  • Large microwave safe measuring cup with spout
  • Wooden craft stick for stirring

Instructions
 

  • Add soap base to the measuring cup and heat for 30 seconds in the microwave. Stir well.
  • Add the sweet almond oil, sugar, and mica powder. Stir well.
  • Heat for an additional 15 seconds, and add your essential oils. Stir well
  • Pour into mold.
  • Let set for about 30 minutes. Remove from mold and store in an airtight container.
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5 from 2 votes

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Vickie is the creator of A Crazy Family. She is a stay-at-home mom of a little boy with a big personality. She loves to share real food recipes, parenting tips & encouragement, fun kids activities, and so much more! Plus she is thrilled to provide you with a space to celebrate all that is awesome (and a little crazy) in the world.

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