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Gingerbread Cookie Scrub

This Gingerbread Cookie Scrub is a diy recipe perfect for gift giving. If you are looking for a sugar scrub perfect for Christmas Gifts – this IS IT!

This Gingerbread Cookie Scrub is a diy recipe perfect for gift giving. If you are looking for a sugar scrub perfect for Christmas Gifts - this IS IT!

Nothing says Christmas like Gingerbread Cookies and this Gingerbread Cookie Scrub makes an awesome DIY Christmas or hostess gift. It literally smells like your Grandma’s home when she would bake her famous Gingerbread Cookies.  Seriously! The best part though is that you don’t need to count your calories and your skin will be left feeling soft and smooth!

I really love the idea of gifts in a jar, not only do they get a handmade gift made personally by you, they also get a mason jar which really has so many uses.  

 

Gingerbread Cookie Scrub Free Label 

I have included a FREE printable label you can tie onto your jars for a more seasonal look.  Just click on the image above to download and print the sheet of labels.

 Gingerbread Cookie Scrub

Gingerbread Cookie Scrub

 

Ingredients:

½ C. coconut oil
1 ½ C. brown sugar (add more brown sugar if you want to make the scrub more grainy)
1 ½ tbs. ground ginger
1 ½ tbs. pumpkin pie spice

 

Materials:

small mason jars (jars that are shorter are easier to use in the bath or shower)

 Gingerbread Cookie Scrub

 

Directions:

#1. Mix all the ingredients in a medium size bowl  until well combined.

#2. Scoop into smaller mason jars that would be easy to use in the bath or shower.

#3. Seal the jar and print the gift tag and attach with some cute holiday ribbon or twine.

 

 

Gingerbread Cookie Scrub

For more handmade Gingerbread goodness check out this Gingerbread body butter – paired with this Gingerbread Cookie Scrub it makes a great gift set!

 Created for Frugal Mom Eh by Jill S.

Jamie

Sunday 3rd of December 2017

I love the idea. The labels are super cute and the aroma is quite nice. But Yikes! This is way too oily feeling. What can I add to it so it doesn't leave such a think oily residue on my skin? Perhaps some unsweetended castille soap to the mix to make it more fluid and easy to wash off?

Jess

Thursday 23rd of November 2017

How many small jars does this fill?

Rosanne Robinson

Monday 30th of November 2015

this is an awesome craft, thanks so much for this terrific idea

Wanda Tracey

Saturday 28th of November 2015

This is such a wonderful DIY idea for gifting! I think my granddaughter will love this recipe as she is always experimenting with these recipes lately.We will have fun making it together.

Victoria Ess

Friday 20th of March 2015

Oh my gosh I am definitely gifting this next year!