Looking for the best holiday themed DIY sugar scrub for handmade gifts? This homemade gingerbread sugar scrub recipe is perfect for pampering yourself or loved ones this Christmas!
It’s that time of year again! Time to start thinking about what homemade gifts you’ll give this year. I find that sugar scrubs are always a big hit, especially when it comes with a fun seasonal scent.
Peppermint is a really great holiday scent, and I have a great recipe for Peppermint Sugar Scrub Bars. However, if you’re looking for a scent that’s a bit more unique or one that doesn’t use essential oils, you should try this DIY Gingerbread Sugar Scrub recipe.
All of the scents combine perfectly for a wonderful fall or winter sensory treat. Whether you want to pamper yourself or a loved one, this homemade beauty product is sure to be a hit.
Gingerbread Sugar Scrub
- Add all of the ingredients to a bowl and mix well. It’s best to mix with clean hands to help warm the coconut oil and ensure it blends well with the other ingredients.
- Scoop the sugar scrub into mason jars and attach lids tightly.
- Cut out printed labels for jars. Use double sided tape or a strong glue to place a label on top of each jar. You may also use a single hole punch to punch a hole in the top of the gift tag and wrap it on the jar using a thin ribbon.
How to Use Your Gingerbread Sugar Scrub
- Scoop some out of the jar and gently scrub onto wet skin in a circular motion, concentrating on dry areas and rough patches.
- Rinse skin thoroughly using warm water.
Expiration Date of Gingerbread Sugar Scrub
- Sugar Scrub should be stored at room temperature and stays fresh for up to 4 weeks.
- If you get water in the jar, it may expire more quickly so be cautious near water.