I am so happy to be sharing this DIY Pink Lemonade Sugar Scrub recipe with you today! Like, really really happy! It’s one of those projects that you think up in your head and are completely over-the-moon thrilled when it ACTUALLY turns out the way you planned! Now, let me just say that I know I’m not the inventor of sugar scrub and there are a ton of great recipes out there for it. One of the most popular posts here at TGC is actually a post featuring 15 Homemade Sugar Scrub recipes so the idea of sugar scrub is not new. I will however say that I don’t think I’ve seen it made quite like this before!
I made this fun winter white sugar scrub earlier this year which was tons of fun but I knew that I wanted to come up with something for the summer. And seriously, what says summer more than lemonade, amiright? Love, love, love how this came out!
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1/2 C white sugar
1/4 Coconut Oil
1 (.48 oz) package of pink lemonade mix
Take your sugar and your lemonade mix and combine in a small bowl. If your coconut oil is still in solid form, measure out 1/4 C and microwave it for about 15-20 seconds to turn it into a liquid form. Stir oil and sugars together until well blended. This amount fits perfectly into a 4 oz mason jar. If you want to make more than one, just double, triple, quadruple, etc. each of the ingredients.
I’ve made sugar scrub before a bunch of times. This was my first time using coconut oil. Let’s just say that I will be using coconut oil from now on. I was pretty amazed at how soft my hands were even a few hours after I had used the pink lemonade sugar scrub.
I created these fun coordinating printables for you to download. This sugar scrub would make a fabulous teacher appreciation or neighbor gift. I’m also thinking it might make a super fun baby or bridal shower favor.
Click image above to download a full sheet of Pink Lemonade Sugar Scrub labels. (6 labels per sheet) Print out on card stock or full sheet labels. I prefer to print mine out onto card stock so that I can reuse my mason jar lids easily without the extra work of trying to get the label off.