Kissably Soft Lip Scrub
February 1, 2016
This entry was posted by Rocky Mountain Oils.

Harsh winter air can wreak havoc on your lips. Don’t let the weather keep you from enjoying a Valentine’s kiss or wearing your favorite bold lipstick because of chapping. Make this easy lip scrub and restore your lips to their natural softness.

 

Ingredients:

  • 2 tablespoons white sugar
  • 1 tablespoon  of either Sweet Almond, Grapeseed, Jojoba, or Coconut oil
  • 2 drops RMO Blend of Vanilla essential oil
  • 1 toothpick dipped ⅛ inch RMO Ginger Root essential oil

Directions:

  1. Combine sugar and preferred oil in a small glass or metal bowl.sugar
  2. Carefully add 2 drops Blend of Vanilla to the mixture.3
  3. Take a toothpick and dip it in Ginger Root oil around the dropper wetting ⅛ inch and swirl toothpick through sugar and oil mixture.                                                                  4
  4. Place in a small container and let sit at least 10 minutes before using so formula softens.6
  5. To extend the life of your homemade lip scrub store in the refrigerator after each use.7

Apply scrub to lips in small, gentle circular motions for 1-2 minutes and rinse off with a warm washcloth. Using this sweet scrub of warm ginger and vanilla will not only exfoliate, it will leave the lips plump and full. Apply lip balm of choice and enjoy the sensation of newly smooth and kissably soft lips.

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As with all of our recipes at Rocky Mountain Oils, you can change the essential oils used in the lip scrub depending on your preference and what you have available. Don’t have Blend of Vanilla? Try adding one drop of Peppermint instead.

4 thoughts on “Kissably Soft Lip Scrub”
  • Kimberlee

    I love lip scrubs, thank you for this recipe!
    And thank you for suggesting substituting peppermint for the vanilla.
    What is the benefit of the ginger EO in the scrub? Do you have any other suggestions for a substitute for the ginger?

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  • Shannon

    What other things are the ginger root EO used/beneficial for? I knew about nausea/digestive but the lip plumping is an added bonus!

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