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Monday, January 14, 2013

Spa Peppermint Salt Scrub {DIY}

I love to treat myself to spa treatments.
But lets get real, I hate to pay the expensive prices 
associated with those heavenly treatments.

One of my favorite treatments are the sugar scrubs, especially the peppermint feet scrubs.
Well since my other in-law knows me very well, she gifted me some homemade scrubs
and one of them was the scrumptious peppermint foot scrub.

Since I love it so much and love to save some cash flow for the real deal spa treatments that I can't do myself like massages, I thought I would share the recipe that my other in-law used to create the relaxing and rejuvenating foot scrub.

1 Cup Epsom Salt
1/4 Almond Oil 
10 Drops Peppermint Essential Oil
5 Drops Coconut Oil
1 Tablespoon dried Peppermint Leaves

Mix all ingredients together.
Put the scrub into a sealed container and enjoy the pure bliss that is the Spa Peppermint Scrub.

I am linking up with AP for Hey! That's Pin-tastic to show off my divine salt scrub.


Jennifer said...

I may just try this!! Thank you!

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Unknown said...

How fun! I need to make some of that. I love a good scrub.

Anonymous said...

Hi! stopping by from the link up :)

I loved when my Mom made scrubs for me at Christmas last year! It really is a great idea!

Jennifer said...

I've wanted to make me own bath salts and laundry detergents and all of those ideas on pinterest. I love how easy this is!

Cajun Cowgirl said...

I'm not sure my last comment went through. This sounds great! Did the oil separate out?

Bees_Circus said...

That's SO easy! I'll definitely be trying - thanks for sharing! Xxx

Laura said...

This sounds awesome! I'm a new follower from the blog hop!

running Betty said...

Dried peppermint leaves? Like, get then at the grocery store and leave then out to dry? Please explain...

Crafts a la Mode said...

Thanks for linking up your bath salts to my party. I've never made these but I pinned this for the future. :) Best wishes, Linda

Diana of Diana Rambles said...

I would have never thought to put mint & almond together. Sounds refreshing! Thanks for linking up at my Pin Me Linky Party.

Jeni said...

I am going to have to try this scrub!

Brenda @ Chatting Over Chocolate said...

Sounds Wonderful!! :)