Rose Body Scrub (Non Edible)

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The freshness of this (non-edible) rose body scrub is indescribably delightful and is fantastic to make for a spa day in with sisters. Baby skin is something countless cosmetic industries have spent enormous sums of money on products promising the same velvety smoothness. Besides the chemical and preservatives in shop-bought body and facial scrubs, you will find yourself grossly over paying for a mediocre product that cannot compete with the freshness of this clean, fresh, home-made rose scrub. This is a non-edible scrub for external use only. Instead of the coconut oil, you can also use baby oil or almond or olive oil which are all great for the skin.

Ingredients:

1 1/2 cups sugar
1/4 cup baby oil
1 large rose, petals only

Method:

Put all ingredients in a food processor and blitz until the consistency of damp sand.
Store in a jar covered and use within a couple of weeks.
Note the the vividness of the rose petal color will eventually dull, but the scrub itself is still perfectly usable.

 

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4 thoughts on “Rose Body Scrub (Non Edible)”

  1. Salam alaikum sister

    Wow thanks so much for this and please keep posting more beauty recipes and tips! This is just what I needed lol.
    Allahumma Barik feeki ya habibati!

    Umm Mohammed

  2. Salam alaikum sister

    Wow thanks so much for this and please keep posting more beauty recipes and tips! This is just what I needed lol.
    Allahumma Barik feeki ya habibati!

    Umm Mohammed

  3. Wa alaikum al Salam sister, thanks for your encouragement because I was wondering how this post will go down! I have a couple more posts like this I will be posting eventually insha Allah.
    May Alla barik fiki and your family.

  4. Wa alaikum al Salam sister, thanks for your encouragement because I was wondering how this post will go down! I have a couple more posts like this I will be posting eventually insha Allah.
    May Alla barik fiki and your family.

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