DIY Lemon Cake Sugar Scrub with Essential Oils

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Did the title of this post make you drool? It should have, because today’s DIY lemon cake sugar scrub smells just as good as it sounds!

Simple lemon cake sugar scrub recipe using only a few ingredients!  The Well Nourished Nest

Any lemon cake or cookie fans out there? My hand is raised! I absolutely love the taste of anything lemon that’s sweet, and the smell is half the reason I love it so much! The aroma of lemon and vanilla together is heavenly, especially when they are wafting out of a hot oven!

Since getting my essential oil starter kit last Februrary, I’ve been replacing all of our toiletries and other household items with natural, toxin-free alternatives, like these milk bottle candles that are free of carcinogens. One of my favorite products to make is sugar scrub! It’s so simple to make, only uses a few ingredients, and makes your skin so soft! Plus, you can make it in just about any scent you’d like and package it cute for a gift that’s perfect for any occasion.

Today’s recipe is for Lemon Cake Sugar Scrub. Watch this simple and short video tutorial to learn how to make it!

Ingredients Needed:

3/4 cup sugar

1/4 cup olive oil

1 tsp vanilla

10 drops lemon essential oil

So what are you waiting for? Get your oils out and whip up a batch! (Try not to eat it while you’re making it. I dare you.)

Have you ever made DIY sugar scrub using essential oils? What’s your favorite scent?

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