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Tropical Body Scrub DIY

Tropical Body Scrub DIY

Can’t make it to the beach this summer? No problem. Bring the beach to you! This easy to make Tropical Body Scrub will give you all the beach vibes without stepping foot outside your house. All you need is Melt & Pour Soap Base, Solid Coconut Oil, White Sugar and your favorite tropical blend! You can use either Tropical Passion, a bold, fruity blend reminiscent of your favorite summer party, or Honeybell, a citrus blend with hints of wood notes. The result is fantastic body scrub bars that will leave your skin smooth, soft and ready for summer.

Tropical Body Scrub DIY

Tropical Body Scrub

What you’ll need:

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What you’ll do:

Put the soap base and coconut oil in a microwave safe bowl. Microwave for 15-30 seconds until melted. Add 39 drops of Tropical Passion or Honeybell and mix well. Add sugar and mix to incorporate. It will begin to harden fast. Microwave for just 10-15 second more and pour into a mold of your choice. Spray with rubbing alcohol to remove bubbles.

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28 thoughts on “Tropical Body Scrub DIY”

    1. Unfortunately not. This recipe calls for the melt and pour soap base because it will harden to create these body scrub bars. Since Castile soap is liquid, it wouldn’t be a good substitute.

  1. I love that not only do you give us these wonderful ideas, but that with a click of a button it is added to our cart!!

  2. oh my gosh! That’s an amazing recipe! But aren’t 39 drops a little bit too much? I mean, if I want it to be less smelly, I guess I’ll just use less than 39… 🙂 And I’ll use brown sugar instead!

  3. You had me at “Tropical”!! I will be making this for sure…I was just at the beach over 4th. July weekend. I LOVE the beach…

  4. I made this this morning. I used tropical passion. After adding the sugar it got hard fast. I had to press in into the molds. I can’t wait to try it out.

  5. This is a wonderful, easy recipe! Thanks for posting, I’m always looking for tried and true recipes.

  6. Interesting. I thought it was a scrub in a jar but it’s not. Something I’m interested in trying but have to get soap base and molds.

    1. I have even used soap that I already have and use in the house. I just either grate it or it usually cuts up pretty easily with a knife into small cubes that melt nicely.

  7. This sounds delicious (although I won’t eat it)! Thanks for the idea. I need to go check out that tropical passion now.

  8. I can’t decide on Tropical Passion or Honeybell, so I’ll have to make one of each! Great idea for summer.

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