Make Your Own Himalayan Rock Salt Body Scrub

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Make your own Himalayan Rock Salt Body Scrub

This delicious salt scrub is the perfect little act of self love and a great DIY project. Not only does it help you polish away dead skin cells, leaving your skin smoother and brighter but it’s also super invigorating.

By taking just a few minutes extra in the shower, you can bring a little sparkle into your everyday, with a myriad of benefits for your mind, body and spirit. It’s the perfect pick-me-up for tired mums who don’t have a lot of time of their hands.

Himalayan rock salt: This is one of the purest forms of salt, full of magnesium and other minerals, it's known to sooth tired and sore muscles, draw toxins out of the body and reduce stress and emotional fatigue. As a natural exfoliant, it’s also known to remove dead skin cells and promote skin regeneration.

Grapefruit essential oil: A super refreshing oil, grapefruit has antioxidant and circulation stimulating properties. It is also famous for its beneficial effect on the lymphatic system, removing toxins and decreasing fluid retention. Studies even show it helps reduce the appearance of cellulite.

Coconut oil: As we all know this is a great skin nourishing and moisturising oil, with antimicrobial properties that make it great for many skin conditions.

What do you need?

  • 1.5 cup of Himalayan rock salt
  • ½ cup of coconut oil
  • 20-40 drops of grapefruit essential oil
  • 500-600ml jar

Instructions:

  1. Measure salt into a mixing bowl
  2. Melt the coconut oil in a bain-marie and add to the bowl
  3. Add grapefruit essential oil
  4. Stir until well-blended and fluffy
  5. Store in a glass jar or other container

To use, rub salt gently over your wet skin in circular motions, beginning with your feet and moving all the way up to your shoulders (avoiding your face and other delicate parts).


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