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A Sugar Scrub made to leave your skin baby soft. Made with baby ingredients.
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What a great idea! And very pretty too. Am now following via RSS feed from My Turn For Us link up.
Looks great and I agree it’s so pretty. 🙂 Thanks for sharing.
Looks so lovely, just like all your other posts. Any photo tips/tricks you do to make your posts so pretty? 🙂
That would make such a fun Valentine gift for friends … my daughter will love it!
I made lemon last year I will have to try this. I pinned it for later. So Pretty & Pink. Visiting from DearCreatives.com
This is awesome (and just looks beautiful too!)!!! Going to pin and post. 🙂
This looks awesome. I love the baby pink color…perfect for a Valentine’s Day or Gift to a New Mom.
This is such a great beauty recipe. Although I would prefer using organic brown sugar. It really smoothes your skin:)
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Adorable! I love that it’s safe to use on kids too. My 3 year old daughter will love it. Plus, I already have all of the ingredients in my house!
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Thank you for the great post!
I thought at first this was a cupcake. Too cute! I love your blog, I’m a new follower 😉
OH WOW! Great for my bf who is pregnant. Love this! I bet it would be good on my daughters sensitive skin. I am pinning so I can do this later! THanks! Heather http://www.livingonloveandcents.com
Love love love…xo
Great tutorial! I love the layout and graphics!-Ana from http://www.babbledabbledo.com
Thanks for sharing! I pinned the oatmeal cookie scrub. It looks so yummy…I mean, soothing 😉 Have a great weekend!Blessings,Nici
OHHH that is perfect! Thanks for sharing 🙂
This looks AMAZING!!!! So trying this, thank you for linking up at the Pretty Things Party 🙂
So precious! I love the color and the scrub. Thanks for sharing.Stephswtboutique.com
Lovely! I pinned this!
I love scrubs and the smell of this has to be fabulous. This would be a great hand scrub too.
You could use the lavender scented baby wash as well!
Kelly!! I LOVE IT!! I was going to ask you to make some for me… but goodness I love that it’s simple ingredients and that I can make some too!! Miss you!! xoxo
Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality! Can’t wait to see what you link up this evening!
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I bet this smells divine!! I’m almost not sure if I should actually make some, though. I love the smell of babies and I don’t actually want to have any more babies. What if I get baby hungry? Nah!!! It’s probably worth it!
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WENT TO THE STORE TO BUY THE INGREDIENTS AND MADE IT THEN PROMPLY USED IT!!!!! I AM IN LOVE WITH IT
what is the shelf life of this?just made it . love the feel and smell. I didn’t have enough baby wash so I used some baby shampoo to finish out the measurement but seems to be okay.
Please send me the recipes for all the scrubs.
Please see above for the recipe. Any sugar scrub recipe you are interested in has the corresponding recipe included in the post.
Need recipes for scrubs
All of the recipes are listed above in the post.
Going to make these as gifts for Christmas. I have limited time so I was wondering how far in advance can I make them and how long they keep? Love this idea…very easy!
You could easily make these a few weeks in advance! They should keep for at least a month! Have fun and let me know if you have any questions. XO!
Would this work with a different wash, like the lavender bedtime wash?
Hi Lori! I actually did use the lavender bedtime wash to make Sleepy Baby. I think you’ll love it! Here is my recipe: http://smartschoolhouse.com/crafts-and-diy/diy-scrub-sleepy-baby
Made this for my daughter baby shower as door prizes. Everyone loved them!! Making them for xmas. Thanks, Love them…
I absolutely love these sugar scrubs! Im on a tight budget this year, and I cant wait to make these for me and my fellow pregnant friends! Thank you for such an inexpensive and unique gift idea!
I love this! I am going to be making these for a bridal shower, how big was the jar for the recipe for this scrub?
This stuff is amazing!! I just made 7 batches! I jarred them in empty baby food jars and will be using them as gifts to give guest who come to a baby shower that I am hosting!
I made this but it used creamy baby oil and lotion bc I didn’t have enough wash. It is AMAZING! I’m giving it out for Mother’s Day and as teacher gifts! I need more jars bc I ended up needing so much of it! Thanks so much for this recipe!!!
Yay!! I’m so glad you love it as much as I do! I adore that you got creative with it- I should try that!
Could I use blue food coloring instead of red my friend is having a boy and I would love to do this as a favor gift
Can this be used on face?
I know that our face can be extremely fragile, so just to be safe, I wouldn’t use this on your face:)
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