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20 mins

Sweet and Simple
I was in need of a good scrub, so I went through my cabinets. Enjoy! :]

Feel free to substitute sugars, (brown/sugar in the raw/etc) oil, (coconut, sunflower, sesame, etc) and/or add essential oils. You can even use oatmeal as well!

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  • How to make a honey scrub. Honey & Sugar Scrub - Step 1
    Step 1

    In a small bowl mix honey, sugar and oil. (Feel free to vary ingredient amounts to your liking)Add in any extra or substitutes.

  • How to make a honey scrub. Honey & Sugar Scrub - Step 2
    Step 2

    The mixture should look like a slushy. Once it is all mixed, apply to face in circular motions. Leave on for 15 minutes. (I did an oil treatment using olive oil to my hair while I waited)

  • How to make a honey scrub. Honey & Sugar Scrub - Step 3
    Step 3

    After 15 minutes, jump in the shower or wash your face off with warm water, pat dry. Scrub can also be used on the body. (Avoid private parts ladies, sugar can give you horrible infections down there!)

    That's it!

    ps. the images are not mine. i need to buy a new camera :C

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mew
mew · Division No. 18, Unorganized, Saskatchewan, CA · 2 projects
@Maddz103 S.
that wouldn't really be ideal, considering the egg would be... well, edible I guess. But no, you don't have to cook it. Tongue
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Maddz103 S.
Maddz103 S. · 4 projects
i've tried it on my face, only without the olive oil or egg yolk. so just curious here, ( this will sound SO stupid)
does the egg have to be cooked?
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Stellar Toaster
Stellar Toaster · 2 projects
I just did this. Oh man oh man... It felt great rubbing it into my skin (and boy was it hard to resist licking it off my face), and the minute I stepped out if the shower, my skin was softer than silk.

I am going to do this to my mom as a "facial" tomorrow"
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