These snowberry sugar scrub bars are scented with notes of strawberry, cinnamon, and peppermint. They will fill your bath or shower with such a delightful aroma. A natural exfoliator that you can use all year round. Leaving your skin feeling soft, smooth, and revitalized.


You can’t go wrong with homemade beauty products. They just feel like the ultimate luxury item, the scent is always fabulous and to your preference, and you know exactly what has gone into them to create them.

However, many people are often scared of making their own beauty items, thinking it may be too hard, but that is where you are wrong.

Snowberry Sugar Scrub Bars

These snowberry sugar scrub bars are perfect for you to make at home. Easy to make, smell amazing, and is perfect for showers and baths.

As well as being a spa-like experience for your skin, these sugar scrub bars 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 if you would like to know how to make your snowberry sugar scrub bars, then here is everything you need to know to create them yourself. 

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How to Make Snowberry Sugar Scrub Bars

1. The first thing you will need to do is place the soap base into a spouted measuring cup, and heat it in the microwave for 30 seconds. Once done, remove and stir well.

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2. Add sugar and sweet almond oil to your soap base and stir well.

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3. Get another bowl and add the rubbing alcohol and mica powder together. Stir until the color is well blended.

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4. Now add to the soap and sugar mixture. If the mixture is starting to harden, heat for 10 seconds. Stir until the color is blended.

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5. At this stage, you can add fragrance and essential oils. Make sure you stir everything thoroughly.

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6. Pour into the soap mold cavities. Then allow setting undisturbed for 1-2 hours.

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7. Remove from the mold, and then cut into quarters.

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8. Now you can enjoy your homemade snowberry sugar scrub bars. 



  • Instead of using Almond oil, you could try coconut oil. It is a natural oil to use on the skin and is really good for you. It also smells lovely and will work with a variety of scents and fragrances. 
  • Why not change up the fragrance? You could use anything from citrus scents to lavender. There are so many incredible combinations. 
  • You could change the color of the mica powder you are using. This is great if you are changing the scent so that you can match the color to the fragrance. 
  • These make incredible gifts. You could add a couple of bars to a mason jar and seal it with some ribbon and a tag. Or make a few different scents and fragrances and gift them in a box. Perfect for birthdays or Christmas. 

Tips & Tricks

  • You need to ensure that you give the sugar scrub mixture time to set undisturbed. Place them on a high counter or table where children can’t reach or in a room that you won’t need to go into. 
  • Be careful when handling the warm soap mixture. If children are helping, this is an activity that you may want to supervise them with. 

Frequently Asked Questions

What age range is this craft suitable for?

This is a lovely activity to do as an adult and one that could develop into a little hobby. However, children may want to get involved or have a go themselves.

Younger children will need to be supervised, but older children should be able to follow the process unaided. Children will feel like this craft is like enjoying science at home as you combine everything together. 

What if I don’t have all of the supplies? 

If you don’t have the supplies make do with what you have. You can use different colour of mica powder or essential oils if you haven’t got the exact ones mentioned in your home. 

How long will homemade sugar scrub bars last?

Like many homemade products and sugar scrubs, these snowberry sugar scrub bars should last for up to 12 months when stored in a cool and dark place. 

Why should you use a homemade sugar scrub bar?

When it comes to beauty products, they can be pricey. So making your own can be a huge value for money. They also may not be something that you would ordinarily buy, so making your own can feel very luxurious.

They also make great gifts, and you can also change up the scents and the colors, which is a great way to share these with friends and family for birthdays and Christmas. 

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Snowberry Sugar Scrub Bars

Fill your bath or shower with the delightful scent of strawberry, cinnamon, and peppermint–perfect for winter!
Makes: 12 cubes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Setting Time: 1 hour
Total Time: 1 hour 10 minutes


  • ½ cup sugar
  • 2 tbsp sweet almond oil
  • 2 1×1 inch cubes of melt and pour soap base
  • ¼ tsp wine red mica powder
  • ¼ tsp deep rose mica powder
  • ½ tsp rubbing alcohol
  • 25 drops strawberry fragrance oil
  • 8 drops peppermint essential oil
  • 3 drops cinnamon fragrance oil
  • Spouted measuring cup
  • Wooden craft stick for stirring
  • Square soap mold


  • Place soap base into the spouted measuring cup, and heat in the microwave for 30 seconds. Remove and stir well.
  • Add sugar and sweet almond oil. Stir well.
  • Add rubbing alcohol and mica powder to a small bowl and stir until the color is well blended. Add to soap and sugar mixture. If the mixture is starting to harden, heat for 10 seconds. Stir until the color is blended.
  • Add fragrance and essential oils. Stir well.
  • Pour into soap mold cavities. Allow to set undisturbed for 1-2 hours.
  • Remove from mold, and cut into quarters.
Course: Crafts

These homemade bars are perfect for exfoliating and moisturizing skin, and they smell amazing. Plus, they’re easy to make – so grab your ingredients and get started!

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