This DIY Frankincense Body Scrub is the perfect easy way to pamper yourself every day! It will leave your skin feeling soft and smooth!
It is that time of year again…the time when we are all starting to think about getting our holiday shopping done.
I must confess that I’m not that much of a shopper. In fact, the thought of going to the mall during the holiday rush makes me break out in a sweat. For the last several years, I’ve been guilty of taking the easy way out and giving gift cards for everyone other than the kids on my list.
It is certainly an easy option, but it may not always send the message that I want. I am not a fan of getting gift cards myself, and I’m sure the adults on my list would prefer a gift that I put some thought into.
This year my big focus is on coming up thoughtful gifts. And of course, what is more thoughtful than making gifts?
For some of the ladies on my list, I am making this DIY Frankincense Body Scrub. It is so easy to make and looks great in a simple but pretty jar!
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For the longest time, Frankincense has been one of my favorite scents in essential oils. I love the rich sweet citrusy scent with warm balsamic undertones. It is so invigorating and energizing. There is nothing that feels more luxurious to me than a rich sugar scrub, so why not create one with my favorite essential oil? It is perfect for in the shower or even for a quick hand scrub. I like to keep it next to the sink when I have guests over!
DIY Frankincense Body Scrub
- In a medium glass or metal bowl, stir together sugar and oil. Add in Frankincense essential oil, and stir until well combined.
- Transfer to a glass container and store in a dark place for up to six months.