Simple Homemade Gifts: Homemade Coconut Salt Scrub

by Merissa on December 10, 2013

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Simple Homemade Gifts: Homemade Coconut Salt Scrub

Simple homemade bath and body products make great gifts for almost everyone on your Christmas list.  This recipe combines salt, coconut oil and Vitamin E oil to create a Homemade Coconut Salt Scrub.  This can be used to revive, dry, cracked feet and heels, or on the entire body to exfoliate and moisturize skin.  You can even add a few drops of essential oils to customize it for the recipient.

Simple mason jars or other decorative glass containers make a reusable vessel to deliver this gift.  Try tying some ribbon around the edge and include the recipe on a note-card, so they can remake it when they run out.  It's the gift that keeps on giving!

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1 Holly December 10, 2013 at 3:43 pm

I just made some of this and tried it. I LOVE IT! My hands are so soft I keep touching them! LOL I will have to try it on my feet later. Made extras for Christmas gifts. 🙂

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2 Nicole December 10, 2013 at 7:54 pm

Thanks for the feature! I love making salt/sugar scrubs as homemade gifts!

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3 Shelley Ford December 13, 2013 at 8:54 am

Hello! Could someone please tell me the recipe? It is covered with a web page cannot be displayed..I have an old computer:( Anyway, I love your site and I love coconut oil so I have to try this! Thanks!!
Shelley

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