Monday, February 13, 2012

Lavender Sea Salt Scrub DIY

It seems that every time I turn around it is someones birthday.
Or I just want to give a gift to let someone special in my life
know that I am thinking of them. :)
I love giving handmade gifts that I know will be appreciated and used.
Every Mom needs a little me time, myself included on that list.
I love to end my day with a hot shower and lavender aromatherapy.
Yea, life can get crazy.
Destiny’s best friend recently moved about 35 minutes north
of our home so play dates have not been as often as they had been.
Even after we played cards, went to the mall, watched a movie.
I keep hearing from her can you please drive me to Lexi’s house
or “Mom, I am really bored.” Yes, some me time is in order.


love the way my skin feels super soft after a gentle rub with this lavender sea salt scrub.
Lavender Essential Oil has the ability to remove
nervous tension, promote relaxation and relieve pain.
I simply love It!


To make your own, first choose some containers.
Old jelly jars, canning jars or plastic containers with lids.
I am using 8 oz. half pint wide mouth canning jars.
You can find the ingredients for this salt scrub at your local health food store.
If you can not locate sunflower oil, feel free to use any other
natural oil like sweet almond, avocado, or olive oil.
Lavender Salt Scrub Ingredients:
18 ounces of Fine Sea Salt
2 ounces of Sunflower Oil
2 ounces of Vegetable Glycerin
1/2 Tablespoon of Lavender Lavender Essential Oil
1 Tablespoon of Dried Lavender Buds

Simply mix all of the ingredients together to make this fabulous lavender sea salt scrub. Spoon your scrub into your container and whaa-laa you are done.



I am going to use one myself tonight, the scent is absolutely heavenly.
I have a date to hop into the shower tonight and forget about
the pile of laundry, my endless “To Do List” and enjoy some me time.


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Thanks for stopping by my blog.
Smiles, Paula

21 comments:

  1. Wow, this sounds wonderful! And it's so pretty too.

    Sending you good wishes ~ that you get some much deserved me time:)

    Happy Valentine's Day,
    Cindy

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    1. The funny thing is that when Destiny moves out and is on her own someday. I will miss those words, "Mommy, I am really bored".

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  2. This sounds heavenly, I could totally use it right now.

    Visiting you from Whimsically Homemade!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by and visiting my blog.:) Paula

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  3. This so awesome and so easy to make, which is just my style.

    I'm stopping over from the link up at Lollipops :)

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    1. Danielle, Thanks for visiting my blog, drop in again soon. :) Paula

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  4. this is awesome...Love Lavender..

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    1. Annette, Lavender’s scent is pure heavenly. :) Paula

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  5. Paula, I can almost smell it from here! So excited to try it. I am off to pin this now. Vicky from Mess For Less

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    1. Thanks for the pin, I love Pinterest. :) Paula

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  6. Ahhh, awesome thanks for pinning my tutorial. Smiles, :) Paula

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  7. Looks great!

    Natasha xx

    www.serenityyou.blogspot.com

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    1. Natasha, Thanks for taking the time to stop by. :) Paula

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  8. Ms Paula, thanks for this. I'm throwing my 11 year old daughter a spa birthday party and this making this sea salt scrub is one of the activities the girls will do as a gift for their moms. I really needed this!

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    1. Jerry, What a fantastic idea for a party favors, just perfect. I am glad that I could help. Happy Birthday to your daughter. :) Paula

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  9. Stopping by from the Girl Creative Blog Hop! http://queenofsavings.com

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    1. Thanks for stopping by to visit. Smiles, Paula

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  10. Looks great and sound fantastic. My daughter has been telling me that I need to take some time to pamper myself and de-stress. Linking back to your tutorial and sharing.
    Thanks

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  11. I love salt scrubs, thank you for posting yours!

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  12. How long can it be kept? Is there anything we can add to prolong the shelf life to 6mths - 1year?

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    1. I recommend that the homemade scrub is used within 6 months. ;o)

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