Mint Salt Scrub Recipe

Submitted By:

Cindy of Allegan, MI


Moisturizing Scrub that Doubles as a soap


1/2 oz glycerin soap base
1/8 cup liquid castille soap
1/8 cup sunflower, safflower, or other light oil
1 tbsp jojoba oil
3/8 cup epsom salts (or other coarse salt)
1 tsp aloe gel (optional)
a few drops peppermint EO
a few drops tea tree EO (less than the mint)
blue or green mica powder for color (optional)


Melt glycerin soap base in a double boiler. Add liquid soap & oils. Remove from heat. Stir in salt, essential oils, aloe, and color (mix powder with a little oil before you mix it in). By this time, the mixture should be thick and goupy but still warm. Plop into a glass or plastic container and let cool (or you can use immediately as long as it's thick to your liking).

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