I am spending some quality time with the good people of JC Penney this week at their headquarters in Plano, Texas. *waving to all my TX readers!* I have the privilege of being one of their “ambassadors” through BlogHer this year and I’m learning all there is to know about this impressive operation! Such as….they have been in business for more than 112 years! And, their first store was in Kemmerer, Wyoming! Who knew!? I can’t wait to share more with you later.
But in the meantime, while I am soaking up all this retail goodness, my friend Mique of Thirty Handmade Days has kindly offered to fill in for me today and is sharing a recipe for body scrub that sounds good enough to eat! :-) Please give her a warm OGT welcome!
Hi there – I’m Mique (like Mickey) from Thirty Handmade Days and the Queen Bee Market. On 30days I love to post all things creative but specifically printables, easy recipes and lots of unique gift ideas. I love this site and all of the amazing ideas Jill posts so I’m super happy to be here today to share a really simple recipe with you.
I know there are lots of body scrub recipes floating around but when I’m making something, I lean towards the easiest way. No complicated recipes, no crazy ingredients. The base for this scrub can turn any kind of “flavor” into a scrub. You can also add a variety of essential oils – for a calming effect, to help your skin, and for overall health.
Are you ready to get started?
This is all you need:
Yep. Just 4 ingredients. You probably already have them in your pantry. You might have to get some peaches.. but the other 3, I bet you do. Here’s how you make this super simple body scrub:
4 Ingredient Peach Body Scrub
- 2 ripe peaches, mashed
- 2/3 c. brown sugar
- 2/3 c. white sugar
- 2/3 c. olive oil (other oils can be used as well – coconut, almond or grapeseed)
Mix ingredients in a medium sized bowl until combined. After rinsing off in the shower, use scrub generously over your skin and let sit for a minute. Rinse off again. And that’s it.
Note- the peach doesn’t need to be peeled. Just simply slice and mash. Tada!
This recipe was originally found here and slightly adapted.
And because I can’t resist a good printable or a pun, I created a set of cute tags to go along with this scrub.