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Homemade Exfoliating Body Scrub


Pamper yourself on a budget and rejuvenate your skin using a homemade Exfoliating Body Scrub: Fill a small resealable container (like Gladware) with table salt. Pour in enough olive oil until it reaches the top of the salt. Cover and use all over your body the next time you shower. The salt will scrub away dead skin cells, giving you a healthy glow and the oil will moisturize your skin.
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By Marnita from Cumming, GA

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Homemade Exfoliating Body Scrub

Great idea, Marnita. I do the same thing and add dried rosemary so it smells really good. It's great for dry hands in the winter months. (07/20/2006)

By Eileen Santos

Homemade Exfoliating Body Scrub

I do the same thing, except I use white sugar, instead of salt. The main reason I do this, is sugar won't sting if the skin is broken. (07/20/2006)

By Jill

Homemade Exfoliating Body Scrub

This website has some wonderful body scrub recipes well worth a look.

http://www.craftbits.com/viewCategory.do?categoryID=BAB

(07/21/2006)

By Trisha

Homemade Exfoliating Body Scrub

I would worry about the oil going down the drain. I have trouble with slow drain already. (07/21/2006)

By jo

Homemade Exfoliating Body Scrub

I use sweet almond oil with mine & use it for my hands, especially if I'm going out & will be shaking hands with people. Leaves hands sooo soffft.

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(08/29/2006)

By Wendy from Oz.

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If you have dull skin, or just want an exfoliating scrub,
get some honey and sugar, and mix till the paste is really thick, and smear it on. if your mixture isn't thick, it will drip everywhere. Leave on for a few minutes. It really works! your face glows (04/30/2007)

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