DIY Rose & Lavender Body Scrub | Love-A-Dub-Scrub [Valentines Day Gift Idea] Wednesday 08 February, 2017

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It’s time to stop and smell the roses and use them in a natural body scrub! I love a great body scrub. I have been trying to make my own DIY body scrubs and I created a cute a romantic inspired one just in time for Valentine’s Day. Valentine’s Day is my favorite holiday and this is a great gift to give to a friend or love for that special day. Oh and please feel free to use this scrub way after the holiday. Its all natural, smells great and amazing for your skin!

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You will need these simple ingredients: Dried Roses, Lavender Buds, 2 cups of Sugar, Rose Hip Oil and a Container to keep it in.

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The rosehip oil is a special addition to this scrub mixture as it will help smooth the skin. Rosehip seed oil is known for beautifying the skin!

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Stars of the scrub! You can find both the dried flowers and lavender buds at your local farmers market.

rose-lavender-diy-body-scrub-valentine-day-gift-idea-3 I bought these dried flower from Sprout, but feel free to use your own dried flowers (just sit it out in the sun for a few days). These dried flowers need to be blended well. You can use a regular blender, or if you have a blender attachment such as a spice/coffee grinder even better. I grinded my flowers in the Ninja Duo Blender with the Grinder Attachement. Grind until they are fine rose particles.

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DIY Rose & Lavender Body Scrub | Love-A-Dub-Scrub [Valentines Day Gift Idea]
Recipe type: Body Scrub
 
Ingredients
  • Dried Roses
  • Lavender Buds
  • ½ Cup Coconut Oil
  • 2 Cups of Sugar
  • 6 Drops of Rosehip Oil
Instructions
  1. Place 2 cups of sugar in a large bowl. Add your lavender buds, Grind your dried roses in a blender or coffee grinder. Add the grinded roses to the mixtures. Incorporate your ½ cup of coconut oil. Mix everything together with a whisk. Add your drops of rose hip oil. Whisk all together.
  2. Scoop ingredients add put them into an air tight container.


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This is the finished product. Very simple body scrub recipe to make. Roses are the universal flower of love, but they are also actually very good on your body. This smells amazing as well, it will put you in the loving mood. So gift this to your partner, friend or heck yourself! Who doesn’t want to be pampered with some scrub-loving? Get your shower or bathwater ready for a romantic night in or scrub it up right before your hot date! So if you are looking for a last minute romantic gift idea please consider this Love-A-Dub-Scrub. Roses are red, but they are also great in this body scrub. Try it!

 Also this is a great idea if you get roses whether its from V-day or any other special occasion, save those roses and create this scrub!

Do You Enjoy a Good Body Scrub?

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