DIY Edible Brown Sugar Lip Scrub with Honey and Coconut
Sometimes I wonder why it's human nature to complicate things when there is a simple alternative that can be even better. Like, why go out and buy a lip scrub for $20 when you can make your own on the cheap that tastes like cookies and eat it afterwards? And then make some more.
The Easiest DIY
This is one of the easiest DIYs to do. Five minutes and three ingredients and you're done. You can use it right away or it would be a great gift (as most beauty DIYs are).
I love the simplicity of the scrub, there's really no need to add anything. I dare say it's perfect. I bought the brown sugar at a local health food store in the bulk section for less than a dollar. And I already had the honey and coconut oil on hand. My kind of DIY.
Honey, Coconut and Brown Sugar Lip Scrub DIY
- Mix ingredients in a bowl.
- Transfer to a glass jar.
- Use as a scrub.
Note: I always sterilize my DIY beauty containers first by placing them in boiling water for about five minutes and then letting them air dry and cool down before using them.
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