Ginger-Lime-Coconut Oil Sugar Scrub

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ginger lime coconut oil sugar scrub


Winter has its own beauty. There’s a wondrous cast to the light and crispness in the air.

Winter can, however, be quite harsh to our skin. Chilly winds can cause dryness to your complexion and chap your lips. The use of heaters to keep us warm also can dry your skin and your hair. 

simple steps 2Ginger-Lime-Coconut Sugar Scrub ingredients 

Did you know you could create a spa in your home?

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Natural Beauty: Homemade Recipes for Radiant Skin & Hair

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It’s fascinating to discover and experiment with these ingredients to make homemade beauty products.

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I found a recipe for a marvelous scrub that has such a wonderfully invigorating fragrance. This will not only beautifully moisturize your skin, but the fragrance will lift your spirits during these cold wintry days!


Ginger-Lime-Coconut Oil Sugar Scrub
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  1. 1 cup raw sugar
  2. 1 cup white sugar
  3. 1/3 cup coconut oil
  4. 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
  5. zest and juice from 1 lime
  6. 2 teaspoons fresh grated ginger
  1. In a large bowl combine the sugars
  2. Add the coconut oil and the extra-virgin olive oil, mix well
  3. Add the zest and juice from lime and grated ginger; mix well.
  4. Fill a clean jar with the scrub - refrigerate for up to one month.
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  1. Well Kathy, a visit to your blog today certainly feels and looks like a day spa. Lots of amazing ideas, tips and hints to save. thank you for sharing in the showcase.

  2. Your scrub sounds heavenly. I could almost smell it through my screen while I admired your beautiful pictures. Thanks so much for sharing how easy this is to make.

  3. I love all the tips and info you shared! I’ve heard coconut oil is very good for you so definitely putting this on my list to make!

  4. Love, love, love all the tips and lime and coconut are two of my favorite things in the entire world. I’m pinning so I can remember all the info! And your photos are divine!

  5. What a treat. Can only imagine how special it must be to enjoy this…your photos are amazing.

  6. Great tips on todays post. I love that I was able to learn how to make the scrub and learn a lot of other great things.

    • Thank you, Denise – the book I referenced is full of recipes for facials, scrubs etc…using items in our kitchens!

  7. This looks great, I can’t wait to try it! Great pictures too!

    • Thank you, Melissa. I have to make some more…this made two batches – pictured one – my daughters have them:)

  8. So many yummy new ideas to try. I shared on Pinterest and facebook. Thanks!!

  9. It’s been such fun to be on this tour with you! Thanks for all the great ‘spa’ hints and tips!!

  10. Looks amazing, Kathy! It would be perfect in the summer, too. I love the smell of coconut in the summer time. Thanks for sharing, dear!

  11. This looks and sounds wonderful, Kathy, and I love all of the great tips you packed into this post.

  12. Great spa tips Kathy!Looks like I will be treating myself to a spa day 🙂

  13. Wow! So many great suggestions! And I love the idea of your scrub! I’ll bet it smells heavenly! Thanks for sharing! Hugs…Debbie

  14. I could go for a spa day! Love the scent of lime – can’t wait to try.

  15. Love all of your ideas. That scrub looks delicious – I mean awesome! Pinning.

  16. Wow! This is awesome! Thanks for sharing with Sharing It Sunday. I’m definitely pinning this one!

  17. Oh, that sounds so nice. I love coconut/lime mixture and the wonderful fragrance it has. I will need to try this!

  18. Oh I could sure use this. My skin looks like an allegator. Thanks tons for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

  19. Wow! your beautiful images makes me feel that I just came out of a spa! Love the bath salt pouches and the body butter in the cute little bottle…invigorating! Thanks for sharing these amazing beauty tips and the recipes! Love partying with you each week! Thanks for hosting another wonderful party for us! Stay warm and safe! Hugs, Poppy

  20. This sounds like a great scrub! Thanks for the tips, I never knew coffee grounds could be used for a body scrub! I love for you to share this with us at Sewlicous Home Decor! 🙂


  21. I love that you used coconut oil. Thanks so much for sharing this with us at Sewlicious Home Decor! Pinned to the party board! 🙂



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