25 Delightful DIY Beauty Scrubs, Lotions, Soaps and More!

Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to visit the spa every time you felt like you needed a little bit of rejuvenating? Unfortunately, that would get pretty expensive pretty quickly, and most of us don’t have the time or wallets for such things. That doesn’t mean that we have to give up all dreams of lavish scrubs and beauty treatments, though. Thanks to some pretty smart bloggers, you can recreate the experience at home for a lot less and whenever you want, and because they’re DIY treatments, you also get the peace of mind that you’re not putting any harsh chemicals on your skin.

25 Delightful DIY Beauty Scrubs, Lotions and More!

Try some of these DIY Beauty Recipes and tell us which one made your skin feel the best!

1. Peppermint Sugar Scrub
2. Star Wars Bath Bombs
3. Eucalyptus Grapefruit Sugar Scrub
4. DIY Lemon Sugar Scrub
5. Orange and Peppermint DIY Bath Salts
6. Exfoliating Citrus Body Scrub
7. Brown Sugar Scrub
8. Coffee and Brown Sugar Scrub
9. Vanilla and Green Tea Oatmeal Face Scrub
10. Oatmeal Lavender Bath Soak Salts
11. Lavender Sugar Hand Scrub with Coconut Oil
12. Herb Citrus Body Butter
13. Snickerdoodle Scrub
14. Lemon Lavender Foot Scrub
15. DIY Relaxing Bath Salts
16. Homemade Mandarin Sugar Scrub
17. Lavender Coconut Aloe Vera Shave Gel
18. Mint Chocolate Whipped Body Butter
19. Honey Cinnamon Nutmeg Mask
20. Homemade Orange Scrub
21. Raspberry Lemonade Sugar Scrub
22. Three Ingredient Mint Salt Scrub
23. Lemon Sugar Scrub
24. PMS Sea Salt Soak
25. Homemade Anti Aging Moisturizer

Want to make your own soap?  It’s a lot easier than you may think!  Check out these articles for inspiration:

Continue your DIY path today with author Barb Webb’s new book Getting Laid: Everything You Need to Know About Raising Chickens, Gardening and Preserving — with Over 100 Recipes! (ISBN 1632280213,) an encyclopedia of farm to table knowledge designed to empower modern homesteaders… including special “spa night recipes!”

 

 

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Barb Webb. Founder and Editor of Rural Mom, is an author and sustainable living expert nesting in Appalachian Kentucky. When she’s not chasing chickens around the farm or engaging in mock Jedi battles, she’s writing about country living and artisan culture.
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