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Easy Peasy Rich and Creamy Sugar Scrub Tutorial

I have been making these sugar scrubs for a few years now.  I do not remember exactly what website I found my directions on but there are TONS of them out there.  I am not one to really follow directions very well so I don't remember the amounts.  I just put a little bit of this and a little bit of that until it looks right to me.  Sugar scrubs are VERY easy to make, they can be made out of your favorite body wash or your favorite essential oil.  Play around with the scents and have fun!

I like to use plastic containers since you will be using this in the bathroom but today, I ran out of them so had to use glass instead.  This sugar scrub is great for those rough spots on your skin and helps keep your skin super soft.  I will be featuring a scent a month in my store at $15 each for 8oz.

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**GIVEAWAY**
This Giveaway has ended.  Please keep an eye out for new giveaway's coming soon!

In celebration of my GRO I am going to giveaway my latest sugar scrub creation!

How to enter: Comment below and let me know your favorite scent that you would want to see featured as a sugar scrub.  Don't forget to include an email address so I can get a hold of you if you win.  If you link to this tutorial on Facebook, Twitter or your blog just make an extra comment for an extra entry!

Winner will be chosen by random.org tomorrow morning!!

Good luck!

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