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Winter Scrub Recipes

Posted by  ·  January 8, 2017  ·  Last Updated: March 29, 2017

It is cold out here and my skin needs some help. These winter scrub recipes are easy to make. You can whip them all up in an afternoon. A scrub can do away with all the dry skin winter brings on. Make a extra for a friend.

Winter Scrub recipes

Winter Body Bliss Scrub

This Winter Bliss Body Scrub is exactly what we all need this time of year!

Cranberry Scrub

Are you looking for something to do with all those leftover cranberries from Christmas? Don’t throw them away! Use them to make this lovely Cranberry Salt Scrub.

Peppermint Scrub

This refreshing and minty scrub is perfect for cooling and scrubbing your skin.

Easy Homemade Sugar Scrub Bars

These easy recipe can make sugar scrub into to perfect little bars.

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  1. Evelien
    Friday, November 24th, 2017
    I really like your site but on my phone the orange bar is so irritating that I probably will not visit your site any more. It's almost a quarter of my screen and I cannot make it disappear. I cannot ignore it because of the color and the size, it's in my face all the time. And I'm on your list allready so it's also completely useless. I'm sorry but I will probably unsubscribe if it stays.
    • barb
      Sunday, December 16th, 2018
      there is an x in the upper right corner where you can close the orange bar.
  2. Judi Johnson
    Friday, November 24th, 2017
    This may sound dumb but how do you use scrubs. I've thought about making some but not sure how to use them. Can you tell me how?