Easy Sugar Scrub Flowers

Looking for a cute and thoughtful gift for Mother’s day? Look no further! This Easy Sugar Scrub can be customized with a favorite scent and shape to make it unique for the women in your life. Plus, what mom doesn’t love a bit of pampering by soaking in the tub away from the kids and home responsibilities! Read on to see how to make this simple recipe!

Easy Sugar Scrub

You will need:


Start by shredding your melt & pour soap base and then add the soap to a double boiler, melting the soap. You can also melt your soap in the microwave, heating in 15 second intervals and stirring between each interval until melted.

Add your coconut oil and essential oil and mix until well combined.

Next, add in your mica coloring until you get a uniform color. You can use any color you’d like or skip coloring all together.

Finally, mix in the sugar and combine again. The result should look slushy. If the mixture gets too thick, reheat in the microwave for 10 seconds at a time until it is slushy and easy to pour.

Flower Sugar Scrub

Pour the soap mixture into silicone molds, you can use any mold you’d like, and allow to cool and harden completely, approximately 1-2 hours, before removing the sugar scrub from the molds.

Flower Sugar Scrub

Lavender essential oil is said to have a calming effect and is often used to reduce anxiety, stress, or promote sleep. If you don’t like lavender scent, you can add your own favorite scent like peppermint, orange oil, or eucalyptus. You can leave the soap unscented as well, if preferred.

You can present a set of Sugar Scrub soaps in a ribbon tied small plastic gift bag or in a jar topped with scrapbook paper to easily present the gift in a cute way.

Let me know if you loved this Easy sugar scrub recipe!


About Janel

Hi, I'm Janel! I'm the owner and lead blogger here at A Mom's Take. I have five little boys age 8 and under. I am a Phoenix based mom blogger and love the sun. I love to travel and have been known for planning trips specifically to hit the roller coasters! I enjoy digital scrapbook and design and I'm obsessed with board games.