Looking for smoother, softer skin this winter? Then you came to the right place. I love making body care products…so I was thrilled when Udderly Smooth offered to send some goodies for my #BadMomsNightIn party.
I treated my friends to a fun little goody bag compliments of Udderly Smooth (including 3 types of hand cream ~ original formula, aloe vera, and vitamin E; PLUS a coloring book)…but I also showed them how to make their very own salt scrubs.
Salt scrubs are more abrasive than sugar scrubs, but they are perfect for the winter months.
What you need:
- 8 oz or larger container (Mason Jars would work great)
- 8 oz of dead sea salt
- 1 oz of Udderly Smooth Original Formula Hand Cream (you can use any of the Udderly Smooth lotions)
- 0.5 – 1 oz of Fractionated Coconut Oil (I prefer using Almond Oil, but I didn’t have it available)
- essential oil
How to make your salt scrub:
- You can mix directly into the 8 oz container or in a mixing bowl. I like to skip the mixing bowl (less to clean). Add 1 cup (8 oz) of dead sea salt into the container.
- Squeeze in 1 oz of Udderly Smooth hand cream (if you want to weigh it you can…you just need a good kitchen scale that measures ounces) and stir.
- Pump in 10-20 pumps of fractionated coconut oil (which measures 0.5-1 oz) and stir. With the fractionated coconut oil, I recommend using less…around 0.5 oz. If you use almond oil, then go for 0.8-1 oz. The coconut oil makes your scrub very oily feeling when you rinse off the scrub.
- Add essential oil (you can make it as strong or as light as you like).
You can buff away rough and dry skin to reveal the skin you’ll love! Scoop up approximately 1 tbs of scrub. Rub in a circular motion on skin (we skin for a less abrasive scrub). use prior to shaving. Rinse off, pat area dry, and follow with Udderly Smooth lotion. I recommend using this scrub no more than 2-3 times a week.
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