Your New Winter-Skin Savior: This DIY English Rose Body Scrub

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DIY Rose Body Scrub

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Brighten up your skin or add a scoop to a hot bath to ease tense muscles—either way, this salt scrub has it all. Nourishing jojoba oil, exfoliating Dead Sea salt, and refreshing rose water come together in a cute jar to make a top shelf–worthy beauty scrub.

TOOLS

  • Bowl or cup
  • Spoon or skewer

MATERIALS

  • Glass jar with gold tin top
  • Dead Sea and pink Himalayan salt mix
  • Rose water
  • Jojoba oil
  • Body scrub label
  • Extra oil (optional)

TIME

15 minutes

Gather your tools and materials. Place the Dead Sea and pink Himalayan salt mix into a small bowl or cup.
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Open the jojoba oil carefully by wiggling the top off.
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Pour it into the salt mixture. Open the rose water and pour it into the salt mixture.
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Stir to combine.
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Pour the scrub into the glass jar.
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Screw on the gold lid. Peel the label from the paper backing. Center the label on the glass jar and push out from the center to prevent any air bubbles.

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The scrub is perfect for smoothing and soothing winter skin. If you’d like, you can add even more oil to your scrub. Some of our favorite additions include olive oil, coconut oil, and argan oil. Keep in mind, any addition will alter the scent and texture.

Janet Crowther is the voice and creative force behind For the Makers, an online destination for DIY supplies and tutorials. She has an undying passion for handmade goods and the art of purposeful design. Her first book, Make a Statement, is on sale now, and she is currently writing her second DIY book, due out in spring 2017. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband, Collin, and their daughter, Davie. Follow along on Instagram at @forthemakers.

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