Pamper yourself with this luxurious Fall inspired Pumpkin Spice Sugar Scrub!
I haven't made a sugar scrub recipe in ages, so I thought it was about time. This Pumpkin Spice Sugar Scrub came about after cleaning out my spice cabinet.
I found my pumpkin spice sitting behind some paprika (yes, I alphabetize my spices). Since pumpkin season is upon us, I figured it was time to put my pumpkin spice to good use.
This Pumpkin Spice Sugar Scrub is one of a few pumpkin spice recipes that I have planned, but this is the only one without actual pumpkin in it. I didn't really want to slather pumpkin puree on myself in the shower.
I am so glad that I did! I am in love with the pumpkin pie spice scent. The scent definitely says Fall.
Speaking of Fall, I am happy to say that we have been enjoying cooler temps here in Tucson. We have been getting a little bit of rain too. I hope it stays like this for awhile!
Making your own sugar scrub is super easy and a lot cheaper than buying store bought. They can be made with ingredients you already have on hand.
It literally took me minutes to throw this together. They make a great hostess gift or gift for the holidays.
Who wouldn't want to pamper themselves with a sugar scrub? Okay, so maybe someone who doesn't like all that sugar and oil rinsing down their drain, but I think it is worth it!
I love the soft silky smooth feeling of my skin after using a moisturizing and exfoliating sugar scrub. Normally I moisture with coconut oil, so this is just a step above to get silky smooth skin.
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Pumpkin Spice Sugar Scrub
- Mix brown sugar and pumpkin spice.
- Add coconut oil and mix well.