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Candy cane sugar soak and scrub

Candy cane sugar soak and scrubCandy cane sugar soak and scrub

I am all about relaxation and I am always looking for new ways to relax. Seriously. I love nothing more than a good bath and even better when there is a huge bathtub at my disposal. I love to leave the tub smelling like I took a bath and this Candy cane sugar soak and scrub does not disappoint.

Tis the season for all things peppermint. I really love the Christmas season so much. In honor of all of that and our love of candy canes, we just had to share this absolutely amazing Candy cane sugar soak and scrub made with, of course real candy canes. This makes an amazing gift or the perfect indulgence for yourself. We hope that you love our Candy cane sugar soak and scrub.

Candy cane sugar soak and scrubCandy cane sugar soak and scrub

Ingredients

Candy cane sugar soak and scrub Candy cane sugar soak and scrub Candy cane sugar soak and scrubDirections

  1. Combine the candy cane, sugar and optional mica powder together in a jar and mix well.
  2. Slowly add in the coconut oil until you have the consistency you prefer. I tend to prefer a scrub that is a bit less wet and this amount works well for that, but you could certainly use more.
  3. Store in an air tight container for about a month or freeze for up to a year and pull out when ready to use or gift.

Candy cane sugar soak and scrubHow to use

When ready to use, rub in a circular motion over your skin and rinse with warm water or add to a soaking bath. Use a light moisturizer after and be careful that your feet may be slippery after using.

Looking for the perfect container to put your sugar scrub in? Our top picks:

Amber Glass Jars with black lids  |  Cobalt Blue Glass Jars with White Dome Lids  |  Frosted Container Jars  |   Frosted Container Jars  

We hope that you enjoyed our Candy cane sugar soak and scrub post. Enjoy your next bath!

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  1. This is so neat! I just found your blog. Love your content. This would be a great gift for Christmas too!
    XO Ellen from Ask Away
    http://www.askawayblog.com

  2. What a great way to make your own sugar scrub! I’ve only recently heard of sugar scrubs. They seem to be very popular.

  3. How cool is this! Make my own candy cane sugar scrub? That might be relaxing after the Christmas Day festivities!

  4. These sounds fantastic! I love peppermint, and I would love to soak in the tub with this. I am going to make some and enjoy an evening in the tub.

  5. I bet you this smells delicious! I enjoy making handmade gifts and I know many people who would love to get a container of this scrub.

  6. This sounds delightful! I never thought of this before, adding candy cane to the usual sugar scrub! That’s really a must try!

  7. I know I’d love this scent! It would be perfect for relaxing in the winter. It should be easy to make too.

  8. Pam

    I love making soaks and scrubs. I have never thought to make a peppermint one like this.

  9. I can smell it through the photos! It looks like it would be amazing in the bath!

  10. brianne

    What a great idea for the holidays! I just love the smell of peppermint! 

  11. That looks pretty. I bet it smells really nice too. It’s a great gift idea for women. We love sugar scrubs and peppermint. 

  12. Crystal

    This mama is looking forward to some relaxation this holiday break. Your peppermint scrub will certainly help make that happen!

  13. Heather

    My girls love at home spa days! This will be a fun one to make and pamper ourselves with.

  14. This is an excellent homemade sugar scrub, Stacie! Perfect idea for this holiday season and the deserved relaxation! 🙂

  15. This a completely new scrub recipe for me. I would love to try it.

  16. I love peppermint as well. This scrub would be amazing.

  17. This is quite possibly the best use of left over candy canes from the holidays! Thank you!!!!

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