Chia's Luxury Almond Salt Scrub

READY IN: 15mins
Recipe by Pets'R'us

I have named this scrub after the Zaar member/chef who gave me the idea and inspiration to make this. There was a topic about nuts and their "use by date" I had a look in my kitchen cupboard and found ground almonds which had passed their date. I use almonds in the soaps I make, but at the moment I am into the salt scrubs. The vitamin E is in there for your skin and as an extra preservative. You can use different oil; choose any vegetable oil you like. I used almond fragrance oil for this scrub, and for the grated soap a cream bar. So Chia... here it is!

Top Review by chia

what a silly name for something that feels sooooo good in the shower! i don't have expired almonds but if i knew about this scrub i would never have thrown out my long expired hazelnuts. i used walnut oil and the rest of the staples from my pantry for this one- i loved the aroma and the feel, no one dead cell left on this bod! i actually used a semi coarse sea salt and it is just fine. thanks annelies, i'm so honored-and as soft as a babies.....never mind :)

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 1 cup fine sea salt
  • 12 cup ground almonds
  • 12 cup grated bath soap, bar
  • 18 cup glycerin
  • 12 cup almond oil
  • 5 -6 vitamin E, capsules
  • essential oils or fragrance oil (optional)

Directions

  1. Mix salt, almonds and soap in a glass bowl.
  2. Pierce or cut the vitamin capsules and add together with the glycerin and almond oil to the salt mixture, mix well and then add the fragrance oil.
  3. Transfer to a jar, plastic preferred, and use twice a week as a body scrub when having a bath or shower.
  4. When using it in the shower make sure you are on a non-slip surface.

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