homemade sea salt scrubI have noticed that as I get older, my skin is not as soft and luminous as it was in my early twenties (funny how that works).  I don’t think I realized how much my skin had transformed over the past several years, until I had Elle.  Let me tell you… her skin is gorgeous.  It hasn’t been exposed to excessive sun damage, harmful lotions or general wear and tear of life… it’s just beautiful.  I am admittedly envious of her complexion, and although I know I will never attain perfectly flawless skin (short of photoshopping myself), there are a few home remedies that can help me get a little bit closer. 

I have come up with a great regimen for my facial skin, using the Oil Cleansing Method, and I moisturize the rest of my skin using homemade lotion bars, but I still feel like a need a little more help to exfoliate and rejuvenate my skin.  

The solution? Homemade sea salt scrubs! 

Homemade sea salt scrubs are all natural and made up of only a few nourishing ingredients that will help rid your body of dead skin cells, and moisturize, leaving it looking radiant and healthy.  Below is a simple recipe for a homemade sea salt scrub that is easily whipped up in only a minute or two. It should last pretty much indefinitely, as long as you don’t expose any germs into the mix.  

Homemade Sea Salt Scrub

Combine all ingredients in a small bowl and mix until incorporated.  Gently massage into skin.  Rinse well, and moisturize. Repeat 1 to 2 times weekly, as needed.  

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What are your favorite homemade beauty products?  Have you ever made a sea salt or sugar scrub before?



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4 Responses to Homemade Sea Salt Scrub

  1. Cynthia L says:

    This sounds like a great scrub. I love the way honey makes my skin feel. I will have to give this a try. I think it would be a great gift also.

  2. Elise says:

    So glad to find this recipe! I’ve been looking into making salt scrubs for gifts this year.

  3. This looks really nice. I’m going to have to try it as soon as I get some space again for extras in the bathroom and have a pampering night!

  4. Pam says:

    I will have to try this.. I know my skin is not as young as it used to be, and can really use something like this.

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