Make Your Own Body Scrub With Flowers

Share the flowers!


Basic homemade body scrub recipes start with a carrier oil. You can use the oils in the recipes we’ll give you or swap them out with an oil of your choice. Some of the best oils include almond, coconut, apricot and olive. For the scrubbing ingredients, use sugar or salt of you want something that will exfoliate gently and eventually liquefy, which is good because you don’t want large particles of your body scrub clogging up your drain. Finally, pick your favorite flower essences and flower petals, and you’ll have a DIY scrub that will be relatively cheap and arguably better than a store-bought version.

Enjoy the following body scrub recipes and feel free to play around with them to make them just the scrub you want.


Energizing Lemon Verbena Scrub


2 cups sea salt

1/3 cup olive oil

8 drops lemon verbena essential oil

small handful of dandelion petals


Combine salt, olive oil, lemon verbena essential oil and dandelion petals in a medium-sized jar. Stores for up to 2 months.


Soothing Lavender Scrub


1/2 cup sugar

4 tablespoons olive oil

2 drops lavender essential oil

small handful of lavender petals


Combine sugar, olive oil, lavender essential oil and lavender petals in a medium-sized jar. Use immediately.


Lovely Rose Foot Scrub


1 cup sugar

8 tablespoons coconut oil

Flowers in Your Inbox!

3 drops rose essential oil

small handful of rose petals


Combine sugar, coconut oil, rose essential oil and rose petals in a medium-sized jar. Stores for up to 2 months.


If you make these scrubs, please come back and let us know how you liked them!

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Make Your Own Body Scrub with Flowers
Flowers make a great addition to a body scrub, but you don’t have to pay a lot to get a good smelling and beautiful product. You can make your own. You just need a few ingredients that are readily available in health food stores and online, and then you can whip up some aromatic and softening scrubs to use on your face, hands, feet or wherever.

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