How to Make Easy Peppermint Sugar Scrub!

DIY Peppermint Sugar Scrub Make s a Super Easy Gift! by The Self Sufficient HomeAcre

Peppermint Sugar Scrub is a Refreshing Way to Exfoliate

This peppermint sugar scrub is an easy and refreshing skincare product you can make in just a few minutes. It exfoliates dead skin on your face and neck and leaves your skin feeling smooth and refreshed. I also to use sugar scrubs to deep clean my hands after working out in the garden.

The coconut oil and vitamin E oil also leave your skin feeling so smooth and soft. That’s something that this homesteader appreciates at the end of a hard day of work!

Make some for yourself or give some as a gift! I’ve included free printable labels for decorating your Peppermint Sugar Scrub for a lovely gift!

Peppermint Sugar Scrub by The Self Sufficient HomeAcre
I know I show this sugar scrub on a spoon, but don’t eat it unless you use food-grade essential ingredients!

Save Money, Reduce Waste, & Care for Your Skin!

I started experimenting with my own bath and body products several years ago. I got tired of throwing away plastic containers and searching for inexpensive products that don’t have a bunch of artificial ingredients in them. In addition, a lot of beauty products are tested on animals and it gets exhausting to find a product I feel good about buying.

Making all-natural products that work well, save money, aren’t tested on animals, and leave my skin feeling great…sign me up!

This Peppermint Sugar Scrub is So Easy to Make!

This sugar scrub has just 4 ingredients and only takes a few minutes to whip up. It really is so simple to make that you’ll wonder why you waited so long to try making it!

You can add more peppermint essential oil if you want a fresher feeling. Substitute another essential oil if you like…I like Vanilla Bean Sugar Scrub too!

Here’s the super easy recipe…

Peppermint Sugar Scrub

This refreshing sugar scrub is great for exfoliating dead skin. Use it to scrub hands after a hard day in the garden.
Prep Time10 minutes
Author: Lisa Lombardo


  • 1/2 cup coconut oil
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1 tsp vitamin E oil
  • 10 drops peppermint essential oil


  • Measure all ingredients into a medium mixing bowl and cream together with an electric beater.
  • Store sugar scrub in a container.


You may add a few more drops of peppermint oil if you’d like a more refreshing feel to your sugar scrub, but try adding an extra drop or two at a time.
Peppermint Sugar Scrub looks good enough to eat!

Peppermint Sugar Scrub Makes an Amazing Gift Too!

Are you looking to save some money on gifts for family and friends? Do you want to give them something special that you feel good about? Try making up a few easy bath and body products like this peppermint sugar scrub, some homemade lip balm, and a tin of peppermint foot balm!

They’ll have a spa day that leaves them feeling pampered and loved. And best of all, you’ll look like a big spender but you’ll save a bunch of money! Instead of rushing around and fighting crowds you can have a relaxing day at home. Hand-crafting small batches of amazing skincare products is fun and rewarding!

Peppermint Sugar Scrub Labels - Free to download and print!

Click on the download button to save your free printable labels on your computer. Print out as many sheets as you need! Each individual label has a circle around it to make it easier to cut out. I used clear packing tape to attach the labels to the bottoms of my 4 oz tins and protect them from water. Each label is approximately 2 1/2 inches wide.

Try making Gardener’s Hand Salve and Petroleum-Free Jelly too!

Learn how to make your own all-natural cosmetics.

Do you make bath and body products at home? Would you love to get a gift like this peppermint sugar scrub? Leave a comment!

DIY Peppermint Sugar Scrub Recipe with Free Printable Labels for Gift Giving -  by The Self Sufficient HomeAcre

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