Caramel Vanilla Homemade Sugar Scrub

By: Mandi from
Updated January 18, 2018
Caramel Vanilla Homemade Sugar Scrub
Caramel Vanilla Homemade Sugar Scrub
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Caramel is such a comforting flavor. You can enjoy the comforts of caramel (and a hint of vanilla) while exfoliating your skin with this Caramel Vanilla Homemade Sugar Scrub. This sugar scrub recipe is simple and smells divine. The coconut oil will make your skin soft and smooth while the sugar exfoliates dead skin away. With only four ingredients, you will be exfoliating in no time. Scrubs make for a great pre-shower ritual; and, you'll love the soft, healthy feel of your skin after using them. Try this DIY sugar scrub and see what a difference it makes.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsNature Material

Primary TechniqueBath and Beauty



Project TypeMake a Project

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I absolutely love vanilla smells for body washes and the caramel will just really add a super sweet twist! I'm so excited to try this out!

I'm a sucker for a good sugar scrub. I'm going to have to give this one a try!

I love all things vanilla! This seems like a great sugar scrub for the fall season!

This looks so luxurious. It seems like the perfect component of a fall spa day, complete with a bubble bath and a good book!


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