3 Reviews

Very easy and impressive! A great gift!
I used common salt and dried lavender from my garden. I renounced to the essential oil as the smell of the homemade lavender was really very strong.
Thanks a lot for this recipe.

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awalde October 24, 2011

I am giving this 5 stars for a couple of reasons. First, IMHO, anything that you can make at home and with natural ingredients beats any chemical laden product that you buy at the store. Second, when DW is happy....everybody is happy. And this stuff makes her REALLY happy! Tip: After you wash, step out of the stream of your shower (better yet, turn off the water) scoop up about a tablespoon or two of the oily salt and rub vigorously onto your arms and legs, moving in long strokes on your limbs, circular strokes on your joints (elbows, knees), working up from the feet and hands toward your heart. Step back into the stream of the shower and rinse this concoction off yourself. Now towel dry. You'll notice that your skin is glowing and smooth. If you feel too oily, rinse longer or start with a 'grainy mix' with less oil in your jar.

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Axe June 13, 2009

I Love this! I have silky smooth skin and smell wonderful along with being baby soft. My DH didn`t like the slippery tub. He got over it once he felt my skin! I did use a lavender and tea tree oil mix. It would have be fun to find waratah essence and bottle brush essence. Thanks! Made for ZWT5

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Rita~ May 22, 2009
Australian Desert Salt Body Scrub