This Frankincense Sugar Scrub has a great spicy, warm…Christmas-y scent! Get the recipe and free Christmas printable for this amazing Sugar Scrub. Makes an amazing Christmas gift.
I did a little research on each of the oils traditional and ancient uses and tried to come up with the best use for each. So…I went with a Frankincense Sugar Scrub due to the amazing skin benefits Frankincense provides. It is actually a common ingredient in some skin care products.
FRANKINCENSE SUGAR SCRUB
As promised, here is the Frankincense Sugar Scrub Recipe. Thank you so much for remembering to send others to my site for the recipe!
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Frankincense Sugar Scrub Recipe
This Frankincense Sugar Scrub has a great spicy, warm…Christmas-y scent! I did a little research on each of the oils traditional and ancient uses and tried to come up with the best use for each. So…I went with a this sugar scrub due to the amazing skin benefits Frankincense provides. It is actually a common ingredient in some skin care products.
- 3/4 cup Raw Sugar
- 1/4 cup Granulated White Sugar
- 1/8 cup Olive Oil or Coconut Oil
- 5 drops Frankincense DoTerra Essential Oil
- 2 drops Wild Orange DoTerra Essential Oil optional
Mix the sugars together in a bowl and then slowly add Olive Oil while mixing. Add enough oil to get a good consistency…but not too oily.
Add your essential oil(s) drops and mix together again.
Scrub should last up to 3 months in an air tight container. Use the scrub on skin as to exfoliate for smooth, soft skin. Makes about 1 cup.
By using Olive Oil its keeping authentic with the Christmas Story in the Middle East.
I bought my Myrrh and Frankincense Essential Oils here:
If you are interested in learning how to make this crate, you can find the tutorial below:
SUGAR SCRUB LABELS
How do I get the sugar scrub labels and the printable Gifts of Christmas Parchment Scroll?
Print them on white cardstock (on a laser so they don’t run if wet; a copy center works great too) and then cut them out. To attach the labels to the bottle, simply glue them on with a glue stick. It works amazingly well to hold them in place and looks like they are a sticky label!
*I am happy to share these with you…but please do not sell them or use them for anything other than your own personal use. It is so discouraging to me to see them misused and on other peoples websites and ETSY shops. Please keep it so that I do not have to charge for them. If you use them and/or love them…please send people to my site to get them! I always appreciate that! Your traffic is what allows me to keep doing what I do and sharing with you!
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