DIY Coconut Vanilla Lip Scrub

Easy DIY

Hey beauties, today we’re talking lip scrubs! Many of you have probably seen the price tags on the lip scrubs you can buy in store. Lush lip scrubs go for around $10, and while it’s nice to treat yourself once in a while it’s not always affordable in the long term. Today I have an easy DIY you can whip up in your kitchen with minimal supplies! 

Ingredients + Supplies

  • Coconut Oil
  • Brown or Granulated Sugar
  • Honey
  • Vanilla
  • 1 small mason jar or sealable container

FYI you can adjust the measurements to make as little or as much scrub as you want!

 

 

Step 1: Add 2 tbsp of granulated or brown sugar to your choice of container. I prefer brown sugar as it’s a bit less harsh than granulated sugar, but either will do.

Step 2: Add 1/2 tbsp of Coconut oil & 1/2 tbsp of honey to your jar.

Step 3: add 1/8 tsp (about a drop or two) of Vanilla. Alternatively you can add another extract that you prefer, or none at all. I just love the taste of vanilla! Mix thoroughly until blended.

Step 4: Adjust sugar and coconut oil to your preference. If you like a thicker scrub add more sugar, and if it’s too thick for you add a tsp of coconut oil. Seal container. You’re done! Wasn’t that easy!? Make sure to apply with a spatula to keep your jar clean!

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As much as I love my store bought products, I also love DIY skincare products. It’s fun and sometimes more affordable to make your own than buy from a store.

What’s your favourite Beauty DIY? Thanks for reading everyone! Remember to like this post and subscribe for more Lifestyle & Beauty reading! You can also find me on  Instagram & Twitter, comment your username below and I’ll follow back ❤ 

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11 thoughts on “DIY Coconut Vanilla Lip Scrub

    1. I store mine in a sealed mason jar. I don’t personally refrigerate mine but you can if you want, none of the ingredients are things that I typically keep in a fridge. When I make it it normally lasts me for a few weeks.

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