Recipe: Banana Nutbread Brown Sugar Scrub

Screen Shot 2014-12-05 at 10.20.58 AM

A while back we brought you some Banana Nutbread recipes that were so popular we had to share another. It’s wintertime, and I love indulging in comfort food staples, and I love filling my home with the warm, cozy scents! 🙂

Bath products are no exception and making the transition from summer citrus scents to warm fragrances is as easy as pie.

Here’s a simple recipe that will polish your dry skin to a soft sheen while making you hungry for delicious banana bread.

Mmmmm!

Screen Shot 2014-12-05 at 10.21.38 AM

You?ll need:

1 cup Brown Sugar

1 cup White Sugar

1 cup Sweet Almond Oil

1 TBS Vitamin E

Banana Nutbread Fragrance Oil

Oval Brown Kraft Labels

Jar

Screen Shot 2014-12-05 at 10.21.56 AM

Start by combining the sugars. Make sure you take the time to really break up the brown sugar and incorporate it with the white. Brown sugar is sticky compared to the white so it has a tendency to clump of you don’t mix it well.

Screen Shot 2014-12-05 at 10.22.16 AM

Add the sweet almond oil and stir it all up! You’ll need to take the spoon and fold the sugar around the edges into the wet sugar in the middle periodically as you stir to be sure that all the sugar is mixed in.

Screen Shot 2014-12-05 at 10.22.36 AM

Mix in a few drops of fragrance oil and continue to stir. You can add as little or as much as you’d like when it comes to scenting your sugar scrubs, but always start with a small amount and add more as you go. With this particular fragrance oil, I found it to be pretty potent so I didn’t use very much.

Screen Shot 2014-12-05 at 10.22.55 AM

Scoop your finished mixture into a lidded container and use as needed to exfoliate your skin. Gently massage a small amount of the scrub over damp skin and rinse with warm water. Apply a light moisturizer when finished for ultra-soft, smooth skin!

ENJOY!

 

Recipe: Banana Nutbread Brown Sugar Scrub

Author: admin

19 thoughts on “Recipe: Banana Nutbread Brown Sugar Scrub

  1. Just wanted to ask
    Can I use Grapeseed or coconut oil instead of sweet almond oil?
    And can I use Apple scent for this recipe ?
    Thanks

    1. Hi Phyllis. We will be happy to assist with any questions you have. I encourage you to contact our Live Chat agents, who will happily ensure that you receive the requested assistance.

  2. Can you tell me what essential oil can be used to substitute the fragrance oil… For those of us not wanting to us a “fragranced” oil… Thinking more natural…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *