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Homemade Body Scrub Soap Bars - Gently Exfoliate Your Skin

Experience the luxury of an all-in-one skincare solution with DIY Body Scrub Soap Bars. Gone are the days of needing separate products for moisturizing, exfoliating, washing, and nurturing your skin. Now, you can seamlessly combine these elements into one incredible scrub soap that delivers impeccable results.

Body Scrub Soap Bars

Unlock the potential of these homemade scrub soap bars as you treat your entire body to a spa-like experience. The gentle exfoliation from sugar or salt, coupled with the cleansing properties of the soap base, ensures a thorough cleanse. To top it off, the inclusion of essential oils provides deep hydration, leaving your skin not just clean but also glowing and revitalized. Elevate your skincare routine with the harmonious blend of natural ingredients in DIY Body Scrub Soap Bars.

What Is A Scrub Bar?

DIY Scrub Bars are a fun and easy activity for both novice and experienced crafters. They are prepared with Melt and Pour Soap Base, oil, and sugar or salt. The ingredients are rapidly combined and put into the mold. Like no other product, these soap scrubs exfoliate, wash, and moisturize the skin.

2 DIY Body Scrub Soap Bars Recipes

It is not difficult or time-consuming to make the scrub soap bars. Instead of using synthetic parabens or silicones in scrub bars, create your own at home using natural, non-toxic products that repair and nourish dry, dull skin.

The best part about these DIY scrub soaps bars is that you can decide exactly what goes into them. Continue reading to find out how to make DIY sugar soap scrub bars, which ingredients to use, and how to revamp these bars into attractive presents!

1. DIY Sugar Scrub Bars

Sugar Scrub bars are exfoliating and moisturizing cleansers that assist to remove dead skin cells while also nourishing the skin.

DIY Sugar Scrub Bars

They were created with only a few basic ingredients present at home. The recipe is highly customizable, so you can alter the ingredients as per your requirement and needs.

Homemade Sugar Scrub Bars Ingredients

Collect the following ingredients to get started with the process of soap making:

  • 1/2 cup Melt and Pour Soap Base, Shredded Or Cubed
  • 3-4 drops Essential Oil Of Your Choice
  • 1 cup Sugar
  • 1/4 cup Virgin Coconut Oil
  • Silicone Mold of your choice
  • Mica Colorant (Optional)

Method of DIY Sugar Scrub Bars

  1. Melt your chopped soap base in a double boiler. If you don't have a double boiler, microwave in 15-second intervals until melted, stirring in between.
  2. Mix in the coconut oil until well blended, then add the essential oil.
  3. Mix in your color mica until you get an even color.
  4. Stir in the sugar until completely mixed. The consistency of the soap base should be that of a slushy.
  5. Pour into molds and set them aside for 1-2 hours before unmolding.

How To Use It?

Wet the skin where you intend to apply the soap then rub the bar over it. Massage the sugar soap onto your skin to exfoliate it. Allow it to sit on the skin for a few minutes for the greatest benefits. Rinse with warm water.

2. Salt Scrub Bars Recipe

A salt scrub bar scrubs soap bar is an exfoliating soap bar that helps to remove dead skin cells, pollutants, and impurities from the skin. When the salt in this scrub soap comes into contact with warm water, it melts away, leaving behind a Himalayan salt bar that's lusciously smooth and creamy with only a light exfoliation.

Salt Scrub Bars

DIY Salt Scrub Bars Ingredients 

You will need the following ingredients to make DIY scrub soap bars:

  • ½ Pound Melt and Pour Soap Base of Your Choice
  • 1 Teaspoon Sweet Almond Oil
  • 10 Drops of Essential Oil of Your Choice
  • 3 Teaspoons Pink Himalayan Salt
  • 2-3 Drops Soap Coloring Pigment
  • Silicone Soap Mold

Method of Making Homemade Salt Scrub Bars

  1. To begin, cut the soap base into squares and set them in a microwave-safe bowl.
  2. Then, heat for 30 seconds at a time until melted.
  3. Then, add the sweet almond oil to the bowl and thoroughly mix it in.
  4. Put a few drops of your preferred essential oil in the same area.
  5. Stir in your choice soap coloring pigment.
  6. Now, add a pinch of salt to the bottom of the soap mold.
  7. Pour the soap mixture into the mold gently.
  8. Then, on top of the soap, put a pinch of salt. The salt is what gives these scrub bars their exfoliating properties.
  9. Finally, set aside for at least an hour to harden. Remove gently and keep in an airtight container or zip lock bag until ready to use.

How To Use Scrub Soap Bars?

Scrub all over your body in circular strokes with a salt scrub. Allow the water to wash it all away once you've cleansed your entire body. That's it! Moisturize with a body oil after using a salt scrub since the skin is quite fresh and needs a little moisture.

Why Use Scrub Soap Bars?

Handmade Body Scrubs Soap Bars exfoliate dead skin cells while also providing various advantages such as clear and clean skin, increased blood circulation, and impurity removal.

Why Use Scrub Soap Bars?

These scrub soaps improve your skin's ability to absorb moisturizers. By removing dead skin cells, any moisturizer applied thereafter will penetrate the skin more deeply. They will help clear pores and keep ingrown hairs at bay.

Conclusion

Making scrub soap is a fun and joyful activity with these DIY Body Scrub Soap Bars recipes. Looking for the best place to buy soap components so you can make your own DIY scrub soap bars at home? You can't go wrong with VedaOils. Since then, VedaOils has been providing soap-making products that are free of chemicals, pollutants, and scents. Have a wonderful day creating your own soap!

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