Candy Shop Sugar Scrubs
* 16 ounces Rosehip & Jojoba Melt & Pour Base
* 2 ounces Fractionated Coconut Oil
* 2 ounces Rosehip Seed Oil
* 4 cups White Sugar
* 1/2 oz. Cotton Candy Fragrance Oil (Raspberry is a great choice too!)
* 1/2 teaspoon Pink Glimmer Mica
* 1/2 teaspoon Cobalt Mica
Special Equipment Needed
* 2 Brownie Pans (9" x 13" Baking Pan)
* Double Boiler
This recipe is made in two batches. Start by lining the brownie pan with a sheet of parchment or wax paper. Use enough paper so that you'll be able to lift the edges out once your scrubs have cooled. Next, chop 8 ounces of Melt & Pour Base into cubes, then melting it in a double boiler. While the Base is melting, measure and pour 2 cups of Sugar into a mixing bowl. Add the Pink Glimmer Mica to the sugar and mix it well, making sure to break up any clumps. Once the Melt & Pour Base has melted completely, remove it from the heat and allow it to cool for a few minutes, stirring occasionally. Add 1 oz. of Fractionated Coconut Oil, 1 ounce of Rosehip Seed Oil, and 1/4 oz. of Fragrance Oil to the Base and stir well. Next, slowly pour the colored sugar into the Melt & Pour Base, stirring continuously. Make sure the sugar is fully mixed by breaking up any clumps that appear. If the mixture begins to harden too quickly, return the double boiler to the hot water as you stir. As soon as the sugar is mixed in, pour the hot mixture into one of the brownie pans. Use a spoon to quickly spread out the mixture, creating one even layer over the pan.
Wash out your double boiler pot and repeat this process, substituting the Pink Glimmer Mica for the Cobalt. Once both batches are finished, you'll need to leave them in a cool, safe place for them to harden up. Make sure you give them plenty of time to cool, or you could damage them during the next step. Once you are sure the scrubs have cooled completely, you can pop them out of the brownie pans. Use the paper lining to gently lift them out of the pan if possible. If that doesn't work, turn the pan upside down on a clean work surface and tap the bottom to help knock them loose. If you are still having trouble, try popping the pans into the freezer for two minutes each.
When the scrubs come out of the pans they should be in two large slabs. Carefully trace a grid of horizontal and vertical lines in the surface, then carefully cut along the lines, creating cute little cubes of scrub. Package them as soon as you can to keep them from attracting moisture.
Usage & Packaging
These itty bitty little scrubs are meant for single use. On your way into the shower or bath, grab a cube and use it to scrub rough spots on your arms, legs, hands, feet, or back. These are a little too harsh for your face, or other sensitive areas. The scrub can be rubbed on as is, or you can crush the cube into a more classic texture, but gently pushing on the edges after it has been warmed in water.
Candy Shop Sugar Scrubs fit quite well in our Acetate Soap Boxes, and will look extra cute when they are decorated with our free, printable labels. Click here to download a label sheet: Download Candy Shop Sugar Scrubs Sheet