Brownie Batter Lip Scrub Recipe

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I’m just going to apologize in advance for the temptation that this little scrub may cause you.

Not only does it look like a fresh batch of brownie batter- it tastes like it too.

Yep. You’ll probably want to eat it. Or make brownies. Or maybe both?

But the best part? It will leave your lips feeling AHH-MAZING!

Oh, and its super-duper easy to make!

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Here’s what you?ll need:

3/4 cup White Sugar

1/2 cup Brown Sugar

3 TBS Cocoa

1 tsp Vanilla EO, Extract, or Flavor

1/2 cup Grapeseed Oil

Optional: 1 tsp Vitamin E

Mini Heremes Jar

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Begin by blending the sugars and the cocoa together in a large bowl. This may take a little effort to be sure all of the ingredients are evenly mixed as the brown sugar can be clumpy and tends to be sticky.

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Continue breaking up the clumps and stirring the mixture until all ingredients appear to be evenly incorporated.

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Next, add in the oil. This amount can be adjusted if you feel the mixture is too dry. You can always add a little more in to reach your desired consistency.

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Add the vanilla. This ingredient is what really makes the mixture taste like brownie batter- it sweetens it right up!

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Mix! Mix! Mix!

Continue mixing all of the ingredients together until every dry ingredient has been moistened by the oils and there are no clumps. This is also where you can evaluate your need for more oil and add it if needed. You don?t want to scrub to be too wet or too dry- just a soft, moist, gritty texture.

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Transfer the mixture to airtight, lidded jars (either one large one or several small ones).

To use: Gently massage over lips and wipe off with a damp cloth. Follow with a lip balm for maximum moisture.

ENJOY!

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Brownie Batter Lip Scrub Recipe

22 thoughts on “Brownie Batter Lip Scrub Recipe

      1. Thank you for sharing the recipe, bit i was wondering, how does the preservative work? A longer shelf life? Would it change the consistency of the product?

  1. Can you add unrefined cocoa butter since it smells like chocolate? I thought cocoa butter might be good for lips. How much germaben would you use in this recipe?

    1. Hi Tonia!

      You can add the cocoa butter if you wish, and you would add the Germaben in a quantity of 0.3% to 1 % of the final product.

      Happy Creating!

    1. It’s:

      1/2 cup White Sugar
      1/2 cup Brown Sugar
      3 TBS Cocoa
      1 tsp Vanilla EO, Extract, or Flavor
      1/2 cup Grapeseed Oil

      Hope this helps Jenn!

  2. I would love to try this scent or flavor in a smooth lip balm, can it be done with an extended shelf life? What would that recipe look like?

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