Homemade Sugar Cookie Sugar Scrub Recipe

I love using a lovely scented sugar scrub and this DIY sugar scrub recipe smells amazing and is especially great as a foot scrub. This easy to make foot scrub recipe has 4 ingredients and can be packaged to give as a gift.

Sugar Cookie Homemade Foot Scrub

This homemade foot scrub is exactly that way, it’s four ingredients from my kitchen cabinets that everyone probably has on hand! It makes a great little gift too!

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I think this homemade sugar scrub looks and smells just like a sugar cookie, there’s nothing more amazing than the aroma of a delicious cookie turned into a beauty product that works amazingly to get the dry skin off your feet and legs.

Sugar Cookie Homemade Foot Scrub

Ingredients Needed

  • 1 Cup White Sugar
  • 2/3 Cup Brown Sugar
  • 1/2 Cup Olive Oil or Coconut Oil
  • 1 tsp Vanilla

Step 1

Mix all the ingredients together in a small bowl.

Step 2

Scoop into a mason jar for storage.

Sugar Cookie Homemade Foot Scrub

How to Use Sugar Scrub

When you’re ready to use scrub the bottom of clean feet with the Sugar Cookie Foot Scrub, rinse and repeat if desired!

I like to keep a jar of this by my bathtub so that I can use it when I have the time to soak and enjoy a long how bath!

Use as Kid-Made Homemade Gift

A fun idea would be to make the foot scrub, lotion and add some nail polish and place it all in a little basket to give on Mother’s Day, a birthday or even at the end of the school year to a teacher!

How fun and what a great homemade gift idea!

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How did your homemade sugar scrub turn out?

11 Comments

  1. I’m not very good at cooking (in general) but my kid likes to watch me experimenting and even participating in my experiments so I’m trying the best I can Q_Q. So these homemade cookies would be my next target practice I suppose :DD. The recipe seems easy enough so I’m going to give it a try. I wish there was a way for me to upload results here ^^
    Thanks for the recipe

  2. Would this be good to use as a hand scrub?

  3. How long is this good for?

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