Homemade Sugar Scrub Bars 

10 Minutes
These sugar scrub bars make your skin feel soft and smooth, and they’re easy to customize based on your own skin care preferences using natural ingredients.

Looking for a fun, easy way to make your own sugar scrub bars for healthy skin? This is the perfect DIY project for you!

This diy sugar scrub recipe is made with simple ingredients, and they make your skin feel soft and smooth. Plus, the basic recipe is really easy to customize based on your own preferences.

Homemade sugar scrub bars are the perfect way to get all of the dead skin cells off your feet or hands and make them feel soft and smooth.

Sugar scrub cubes are small, lightweight, and easy to store, and they’ll leave your skin feeling refreshed and invigorated. These are perfect for sensitive skin.

The main ingredients of body scrubs work together to gently exfoliate your skin while also cleaning it up with the sweet sugary scent! It leaves your skin feeling refreshed.

Homemade sugar scrub recipes are a great gift idea for holidays such as mother’s day, valentine’s day, the holiday season or bridal showers with a free printable label.

Sugar Scrub Soap Recipe

Makes 3 large bars, or 12 when cut into quarters



Place soap base into the spouted measuring cup, and heat in the microwave for 30 second intervals. Remove and stir well.

Add sugar and sweet almond oil. Stir well.

Add rubbing alcohol and mica powder to a small bowl and stir until the color is well blended. Add to the melted soap base and sugar mixture. If the mixture is starting to harden, heat for 10 seconds. Stir until the color is blended.

Add fragrance and essential oils. You can use whatever combination of essential oil blends you enjoy.

Stir well.

Pour soap mixture into soap mold cavities. Allow to set into solid form undisturbed for 1-2 hours.

Remove the sugar scrub soap bars from mold, and cut into quarters to make small cubes.

How to Use Sugar Scrub Bars

This DIY sugar soap scrub bar is both a body wash and exfoliant. It can be used in the bath or shower.

For best results, first, wet your skin with warm water then rub it to create a lather on your body for a gentle exfoliation.

Then, using a circular motion, rub your sugar scrub bar all over your skin, paying extra attention to dry skin and problem areas.

How to Store Scrub Bars

Store your bars in a dry dark place in something such as a mason jar or airtight container at room temperature. They have a shelf life of 5-6 months.

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Reesa @ Mommalew.com
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