DIY Chocolate Sugar Scrub is made with all natural ingredients and leaves your skin super soft. Plus, it smells amazing and makes a wonderful gift, too!
I haven’t made any new sugar scrubs since Christmas, but this dry winter air is really doing a number on my skin, and moisturizers alone just don’t cut it. The girls have also been complaining of dry, itchy skin, so I decided it was definitely time to make another kind of moisturizing scrub.
Since it’s February and Valentine’s Day is around the corner, I thought it would be the perfect time to make chocolate sugar scrub.
Actually, if you love chocolate as much as I do, anytime is a good time to make chocolate sugar scrub!
Basic sugar scrubs consist of sugar, oil and usually a fragarance or essential oil. This one is just slightly different.
For this scrub, I used a combination of granulated sugar and brown sugar. Since this scrub is all about the chocolate, I wanted the darker color and deeper scent of the brown sugar. But, it didn’t really have the firmer consistency I wanted.
So, I did a little experimenting, and I found that a combination of white and brown sugar was perfect for this scrub. Then, add some cocoa powder, coconut oil and vanilla, and you’re good to go!
How to Make Chocolate Sugar Scrub
DIY Chocolate Sugar Scrub
- 1/2 cup white sugar
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- 1/2 cup coconut oil
- 1 tablespoon cocoa powder
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
- Mix all ingredients together until fully incorporated
- Spoon into a half-pint jar or smaller jars
The girls and I tried this chocolate sugar scrub out, and we absolutely loved it. Seriously, if you want a chocolate fix without the calories, you have to try this! It smells amazing, and it’s almost good enough to eat. Well since it’s all natural, you could probably taste a tiny bit, but it’s better if you just use it topically!
You could even add other scents if you want, but personally, I love the vanilla. I might try a chocolate peppermint combo for Christmas, though!
And this would be an amazing gift for your sweetie on Valentine’s Day!