Peach Tea Sugar Scrub Recipe

Sugar scrubs are an easy DIY project and can be customized for any season, occasion, and skin type. This one, a peach tea sugar scrub, will gently exfoliate, deeply hydrate, and leave the skin smelling sweet!

This peach sea sugar scrub recipe is a breeze to make and it’s sure to leave your skin summer-ready. The addition of peach tea adds a beautiful visual element to the mix while the sugar and sweet almond oil polish and moisturize your skin, giving it the softest feel- perfect for the warm months ahead.

To make:

Combine the sugar and the contents of the tea bags in a bowl. Stir well to evenly blend the tea throughout the sugar. Add in the sweet almond oil and fragrance oil (I used Apricot and Peach Fragrance Oil) and continue to stir until you have an even, wet mixture. Scoop the scrub into a lidded container for storage.

To use:

Gently massage over clean, damp skin. Rinse with cool water and pat dry. Massage remaining oil into the skin surface for extra hydration.

  • You can adjust the consistency of this scrub by increasing or decreasing the amount of sweet almond oil used. This will yield a scrub that’s wetter (more oil) or drier (less oil).

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12 thoughts on “Peach Tea Sugar Scrub Recipe

  1. Thank you very much for this recipe. What kind of sugar should be used, as the sugar scrubs I’ve made in the past keep turning hard on me

  2. Where did you get the image used in this post? I’ve been looking for a recipe of peach cookies that look exactly like those!

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