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DIY Spiced Apple Cider Sugar Scrub

DIY Spiced Apple Cider Sugar Scrub
DIY Spiced Apple Cider Sugar Scrub
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This DIY Spiced Apple Cider Sugar Scrub is a fabulous natural beauty recipe for fall. The autumn, make this apple cider inspired scrub for your skin. DIY sugar scrubs are always enjoyable because they use sugar as a natural way to exfoliate. This recipe is unique because it uses both brown and white sugar. Add in some cinnamon, pumpkin spice, and fragrance oils and you have the perfect autumn homemade sugar scrub. Can't you just smell the fabulous fall scents now? Feel the fall joy with this DIY beauty product recipe. 

From the blogger: "The popular fall drink, hot cider, inspired this sugar scrub. It has both brown sugar and white sugar, so it's a gentler scrub for your skin. It's wonderful fall scent comes from the brown sugar, spices, and fragrance oil. The oil that I recommend is a drier oil, so this recipe doesn't leave your skin oily after you use it. Use this scrub on your body, hands, and feet once a week to keep your skin soft and smooth."

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Estimated CostUnder $10

Primary TechniqueBath and Beauty

Occasion/ThemeFall

Beginner

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Store-bought sugar scrubs tend to smell artificial, so I'm definitely interested in making my own instead. Plus, I LOVE the smell of apple and cinnamon in the fall, so this scrub looks like a great place to start!

I love this! I've used a similar scrub from Bath and Body Works before, but I definitely want to try making my own this fall.

This recipe sounds like it is going to smell AMAZING! I really want to try out this DIY body scrub this fall!

I love the smell of cinnamon apples in the fall, which is my favorite season! I need to make this over the weekend to get me into the autumn mood.

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