DIY Blueberry Lemon Body Scrub

Summer is on its way out, but you still have time to capture the scents of the season with this DIY blueberry lemon body scrub.

Blueberry Lemon Body Scrub - This exfoliating blueberry lemon scrub smells delicious and will leave your skin feeing super soft and polished. Don't spend money on expensive boutique scrubs when it's SO easy to make your own!

I adore summery flavor and scent combinations and this body scrub delivers all the way!

You’ll love everything about this blueberry lemon body scrub—from the color, to the scent, to the silky smooth skin you’ll have when you use it.

Blueberry Lemon Body Scrub - This exfoliating blueberry lemon scrub smells delicious and will leave your skin feeing super soft and polished. Don't spend money on expensive boutique scrubs when it's SO easy to make your own!

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I love using body scrubs several times a week because it really polishes and refreshes my skin. When you slough off those old, dull skin cells you can reveal the healthy and radiant skin that was hiding beneath, just waiting to breathe!

Blueberry Lemon Body Scrub - This exfoliating blueberry lemon scrub smells delicious and will leave your skin feeing super soft and polished. Don't spend money on expensive boutique scrubs when it's SO easy to make your own!

Don’t spend money on expensive store-bought body scrubs when making your own at home is so easy. Be sure to leave me a comment to let me know if you tried this blueberry lemon body scrub recipe!

Blueberry Lemon Body Scrub - This exfoliating blueberry lemon scrub smells delicious and will leave your skin feeing super soft and polished. Don't spend money on expensive boutique scrubs when it's SO easy to make your own!

DIY Blueberry Lemon Body Scrub

Ingredients:

½ cup coconut oil
1 cup white sugar
1 tablespoon or so of freeze dried blueberries (freeze dried over fresh will give you nice color, a powder that will easily break down instead of blueberry pieces that might not wash away or down the drain well and will not need refrigeration. But fresh is certainly an option if you have them on hand and will be enjoying this right away).
a few drops of lemon essential oil
optional 1 small drop of blue food coloring


Directions:

1. Start by breaking down the freeze dried blueberries. You can do this by smashing them with your fingers  or using the food processor.  Once you have that part taken care of, add the sugar, coconut oil, essential oil and option food coloring. Mix until well combined. If using the food coloring, you may need to pay a little extra attention to make sure the color is evening mixed in.  

2. Optional, if you have fresh lemon, you could zest 1 small lemon onto a tray or oven safe dish and then dry it by placing it in the oven at 350 degrees for a few minutes. You’ll know it’s ready when you start to smell a robust lemon scent coming from the oven.  Stay close, this only takes a few minutes.  Its certainly an extra step but would be so pretty mixed in with the blue! Like using fresh blueberries, you could certainly use fresh lemon zest if you plan to use this within a week or so, you might just want to keep it refrigerated if you go fresh.

3. Store in an airtight container and take a little extra care when using as the coconut oil will make surfaces seem slicker. I typically apply a scrub like this as the last thing I do in the shower, then rinse off and pat dry with a towel to leave as much of the coconut oil on as it is very moisturizing for your skin.


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