1/4 cups Sea salt
1/2 cup dried rose petals
2. Grind the sea salt in a mortar until desired size on the salt crystals
3. Crush the rose petals with your hands and mix all of the ingredients in a bowl
4. Divide into jars
It smells soooo good and truly makes your skin feel wonderfully refreshed and smooth. The salt might me too harsh for your face so you can opt to add grated coconut instead of sea salt.
There’s nothing like fresh natural ingredients for your skin. Here is another version made by my friend Jo-Anna using sugar that might be a little gentler on your face as well.
Have you ever made your own body scrub? Or do you have any natural beauty tips you want to share? I would love to hear some of them…:)
I also wanted to say thank you to the sweet people from Ladies Home Journal, who recently featured my little watering cans in their June issue. What an honour to see your work amongst other very talented ladies.
And I also owe you a thank you as I feel it’s your encouragement and beautiful words that motivate me to do what I do, so thank you.
sending you much love,
ps. one thing that didn’t put a smile on my face is that once I was finished taking pictures of the body scrub, I knocked my little water pitcher to the ground and it shattered. It was one of my favourite pieces…insert sad face here.
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