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Salt Scrubs

Posted by bearybubbly (bearybubbly@aol.com) on
Thu, Aug 21, 03 at 19:53

Can anyone help me with a recipe for salt scrub. I have one here in one of my many books full of recipes but can not find it. I need to organize my recipes one of these days if I can ever find time. i just got a new wholesale account from a Spa and they expressed interest in salt scrubs.
Thanks So Much,
Blessings,
Doris


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RE: Salt Scrubs

Here's an easy one I use all the time - but the measurements are 'sorta' - I usually eyeball it till it feels right- sorry that it's not more precise but it is really flexible and you can alter as desired to make what ever consistency you prefer
Kosher / coarse salt (sea salt if you can afford it)
Olive Oil (I make an infused oil with calendula & lavender)
Fragrance or Essential Oils
Colorant (I use soap colorants)
Put salt into container and cover with oil, mix until 'soupy'- add f/o or e/o as desired and then mix in color drop by drop. The oil may alter the color a bit. YOu can add more oil or salt depending on how dry you want the mix. Hope this is what you were looking for. :>karenb


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