I have a confession to make. My hands are dry! I mean DRY. With all this long lasting winter weather they are experiencing, it isn’t pretty. They need some help. So I have found some exploitation and moisture go a long way.This easy lemon sugar scrub helps restore my dry hands. Great news, you can make it at home!!!
- Olive Oil
- Lemon Essential Oil (this is great to get rid of kitchen smells on your hands too)
- Cute Mason Jars
To Make Easy Lemon Sugar Scrub: Mix 2 cups of sugar with 1 cup of oil. Add lemon essential oil to your liking. I added 10 to 15 drops. My vial only gave a tiny drop. Just smell and adjust it to your liking.
Divide among mason jars. Print these cute tags below. Tie with baker’s twine and a fun paper lid cover (fabric would be cute too). Hand them out to your bff’s. They are a great thank you idea, visiting teaching gift, or just to let someone know you are thinking of them.
To use easy lemon sugar scrub: Wet hands and use a teaspoon of scrub to rub all over hands. Rinse with warm water. Pat Dry. While hands are still damp follow with your favorite lotion. With slightly wet hands lotion will absorb better.
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What are you tips to avoid dry skin in the long winter months?
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