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Topic: Challenge 2: B & B Challenge: Uplifting Salt Scrub  (Read 2420 times)
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« on: April 27, 2009 08:04:50 AM »

This Uplifting Salt Scrub is one of the first items I started making.  It is wonderful to use and smells so delicious!  I  use ingredients that have sustainable sources and are healthy for my body.  Our skin is our largest organ, after all!  I also prefer using glass to plastic because of the toxins in plastic.  The container can easily be reused and recycled when finished.  

uplifting salt scrub by La Petite Vie, on Flickr

It is made from sea salt, sweet almond oil, and essential oils that I have combined to make a lovely scent.  

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« Reply #1 on: April 27, 2009 08:17:24 AM »

It looks great! Congrats!

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« Reply #2 on: April 28, 2009 04:47:03 PM »

Looks great! What kind of salt did you use? It looks like the perfect size grain for scrubs!

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« Reply #3 on: April 29, 2009 07:47:44 PM »

Thanks!  I used fine sea salt.  I find it works really well.  Super-fine seems to almost melt and coarse ground seems too big for me.
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