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Satin Salt Scrub


Salt/sugar scrubs indulge our desire to be children again; and as primitives to rub salt or sugar all over our bodies. It fulfills the atavistic desire (often hidden) to connect on a very primal level with our selves. Why else would scrubs reside as the stuff of dreams when we imagine some of the most hedonistic pleasures in life? Why else would scrubs be the food we get to throw away without guilt? And may we speak of the pleasure one gets from naming it so many delightful, sinful gourmand names? Some of my favorite names that come to mind are butterscotch maple sugar, caramel candy, sugar, vanilla tart and pomegranate ice.

Not all salt and sugar scrubs are created equal. Some of my favorite have qualities of utter smoothness and a cohesiveness of the strands of sugar or salt, laced with smooth vanilla beans that are to die for!

Below are instructions for creating one of the most luxurious of salt/sugar scrubs courtesy of LotionCrafter. All ingredients for making this recipe are available on their website. Jen, the proprietor of LotionCrafter is the tireless power behind a top notch repertoir of lotion making supplies and great customer service.


(Taken from Lotion Crafter - see below for link to website)

Here's a satin soft salt scrub made with Lotioncrafter BTMS for its emulsifying and skin conditioning benefits and exfoliating salt to slough off dead skin cells to reveal fresh, glowing skin. You can make this scrub with sugar in place of the salt, adjusting the amount of sugar, if necessary to obtain a smooth blend.



Satin Soft Salt Scrub (Or Sugar)

Phase A

Percent--------Grams---------Ounces
4.6---------46------------1.53----Shea Butter Natural
4.6---------46------------1.53----Rice Bran Oil
4.6---------46------------1.53----Jojoba Oil
9.3---------93------------3.10----Sunflower Oil
4.6---------46------------1.53----Lotioncrafter BTMS
0.7----------7------------0.23----Covi-Ox T50 Vitamin E
1.3----------1.3----------0.04----Polysorbate 80


Phase B 70.3----------703---------23.43---Salt


Phase C 1--------------10---------0.3-----Fragrance or Essential Oil Blend


1.Combine Phase A and heat to 170F (or sufficient to melt and combine oils, butter and wax). Remove from heat.

2. Add Phase A ingredients to Phase B with mixing.

3. Place vessel in cool water bath and continue mixing until temperature drops to about 80F and oils no longer come to the top of the mix (if you stop mixing).

4. Add Phase C fragrance and mix well.

5. Scoop into jars. Mix will continue to solidify over 24 hours. Makes 1000 grams (33 oz)

Lotion Crafter a premium supplier of bath and body crafting supplies. LotionCrafter's specialty items are those hard to find luxury ingredients for spa and upscale body care formulating such as ingredients for creating hair serums, facial serums, and essential items that separate quality bath care from the run of the mill.

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