DIY Scrub: Sleepy Baby

DIY Scrub

I’m so excited to introduce my newest DIY Scrub: Sleepy Baby! If you are a regular follower of my blog (which I love you so much for), then you have most definitely seen my original Sugar Baby DIY Scrub. It was such a hit! So, here is the sister DIY Scrub: Sleepy Baby!
DIY Scrub Sleepy Baby
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40 thoughts on “DIY Scrub: Sleepy Baby

  1. I haven’t made sugar scrub in about a year & after seeing this it’s the perfect time! Come link up & share your recipe @ Lovely & love lavender!

  2. Love it, I’ve never made my own scrub, but it looks easy and great for gifts as well. I love lavender

  3. Love this!!! Definitely going to make it. I love the smell of baby bath time wash. I’ve used that on all of my kiddos when they were small. I could smell them all night after they’ve had a bath in it. Lol.

    1. Oh the memories that the smell of baby wash brings back! I’m right there with you! Thank you for taking the time to stop and leave such a kind comment:)

  4. I am going to make this for a family member. I would have never thought about adding food coloring. That was a great tip. Oh, btw I know this has to feel great with the added baby oil. I love using baby oil after a shower.

  5. Very inspirational! I’ll have to make some chages though: a few drops of organic lavender essential oil and castile soap instead of the baby wash and olive oil instead of the baby oil. Other than that – what a great way to end the day!

  6. I borrowed your sugar scrub recipes for a church women’s retreat and they were a hit!! Can’t wait to try this one for my daughters-in-law. Thanks for making me look so talented!!

    1. What a huge compliment Randi!! Thank you for taking the time to come back and leave such kind words:) I am so grateful!!
      I have 2 “new” scrubs on my To-Do list in the upcoming months. Stay posted!

  7. does the food coloring get on your skin/dye your skin when you use the scrub? i am making this for gifts and don’t want that to happen!!!

    1. That is a great question Kacie! Since it is such a small amount of food coloring (and you can use even less if you want to) it will not stain your skin! XO and have so much fun making the gifts!

  8. You gave me such wonderful gift ideas fory friends this christmas! I specially love how cute the packaging is 🙂 more please! xx

    1. Can I just say THANK YOU for your extremely kind comment? You have made my day! I am so happy that YOU now have easy and beautiful gift ideas for your friends:) I have a new scrub coming out this week. I hope you come back to see it! XO, Kelly

  9. This might be silly, but does the food coloring stain or dye the body part you use it on? I’ve never made scrubs before. I want to do this sleepy baby one with almond oil instead of baby oil.

    1. That’s not a silly question at all Tiffany! I have not had a problem with the food coloring staining the tub or my skin and I’ve heard the same thing from others who have made it. As you know, a tiny bit of food coloring goes a long way, so to be safe, just use a little bit. I’d love to see your finished product so send me a picture if you can! I have a NEW scrub that I’m posting today that doesn’t have any food coloring:) It smells just like Christmas! Thanks for stopping by and being so kind. Happy Holidays!

  10. Hi. would it make a difference if I have the purple bedtime bath instead of the bubble bath @


    1. Hi Leslie!

      That purple bedtime bath is actually the stuff I used too! It will make it a little bit purple, but I enhanced it with just a little food coloring (totally optional, of course!). You can’t go wrong with these ingredients:) Have fun!

  11. Where do you get the jars from? I’m planning on making all your scrubs and giving them as gifts, but I really need something to put them in!

    1. Oh no Samantha! This is actually not for babies at all:) It’s made with baby soft ingredients to help you relax. This recipe will make enough for 1-2 people with medium sized jars. Let me know if you have any questions!! Thanks for stopping by and THANK YOU for your kind words. XO

  12. I made this same scrub last week and love it. The only problem is I noticed yesterday that most of the food coloring seems to have pooled at the bottom of the jar now. Have you had this issue?

    1. Oh no! Try making the scrub “fluffier” by adding more sugar to it. That way, the liquid won’t collect at the bottom. Let me know! XO

  13. I found this on Pinterest and am SOOOO excited to try it out! The sugar you use… Is it just regular sugar like what you’d use in cookies or kool-aid? Or a different kind?

    1. I hope you love it as much as I do! Yes, I use plain old regular white sugar. But, feel free to experiment if you want to:) It’s a no-fail kind of scrub (and it’s pretty too!) XO

      1. You weren’t kidding! This is so simple I kept thinking I missed something! I had the same issue as Brandy so my next batch I’m goin to up the sugar. Thank you so much for sharing! This is such a money and time saver gift that I feel like I’m cheating! LOL

  14. How much does this recipe make? I’m making some as favors for a baby shower, and don’t know how much to purchase / how much of each ingredient to get!

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