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Aloe Vera Sugar Scrub For Instant Glow – DIY Scrub Tutorial

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Last Updated on by Buayifa Ojeogwu

Let’s sneak in some instant glow with a DIY aloe vera sugar scrub while summer is moving pretty fast.

Say goodbye to expensive store-bought scrubs and hello glow on a budget scrub.

This aloe vera sugar scrub is a must-have skincare product to add to your self-care or home spa days.

But before we proceed, let’s talk about a couple of benefits of the aloe vera plant to the skin.

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How To DIY Aloe Vera Sugar Scrub For Instant Glow

Benefits Of Using Aloe Vera On The Skin

Now, aloe vera is a cactus-like plant (succulent plants) known for its healing properties. The leaves contain vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and antioxidants which help in treating burns, rash, psoriasis, etc.

It hydrates the skin, locks in moisture, helps the top layer of skin stick together, which results in smooth, soft skin.

And that’s why it is one of the most sort-after plants in the cosmetics industry.

Let’s go make the scrub.

How To DIY Aloe Vera Sugar Scrub For Instant Glow

How To Make DIY Aloe Vera Sugar Scrub

You need only a few ingredients and a container to bring this DIY aloe vera sugar scrub to life.

Ingredients

  • Aloe vera plant,
  • white sugar, and
  • body oil.

Directions

  • Cut up freshly plucked aloe vera leaf, use a spoon to scoop the aloe vera gel, then muddle with a muddler or use a blender.
  • Pour the gel into a clean jar,
  • add your granulated sugar (enough to thicken the aloe juice)
  • plus a few drops of your preferred body oil.
  • Mix it up until all the ingredients are well-combined, and use it all up the same day it was prepared.

How To Use Your DIY Aloe Vera Sugar Scrub

This cannot be over-emphasized; always make sure your skin is clean before exfoliating.

  • Wash and dry your skin with a towel (leave it a bit damp), then apply the scrub and exfoliate gently to slough dead skin cells away.
  • Rinse off first with warm water, and follow with cold water afterward to close pores.
  • You will notice the smoothness of skin, instant glow up, the disappearance of fine lines, and a lot more.
  • Lastly, apply a light moisturizer to retain moisture to the skin.
How To Make A DIY Aloe Vera Sugar Scrub

How to store your homemade aloe vera scrub

Unfortunately, this scrub can’t be preserved for another use, as water and sugar harden when they come in contact with air.

The same goes for this homemade lemon sugar hand scrub though it contains coconut oil.

Even if you were able to keep your aloe vera sugar scrub from solidifying, it would most likely get contaminated as fresh plant scrubs have short shelf lives.

Always prepare a fresh batch for each use.

You may also love How To Make DIY Kiwi Sugar Scrub.

How To DIY Aloe Vera Sugar Scrub For Instant Glow
Yield: 1 mason jar

Aloe Vera Sugar Scrub For Instant Glow - DIY Scrub Tutorial

Aloe Vera Sugar Scrub For Instant Glow - DIY Scrub Tutorial
Prep Time 2 minutes
Active Time 2 minutes
Additional Time 1 minute
Total Time 5 minutes
Difficulty Easy
Estimated Cost Under $5

Materials

  • Aloe vera plant,
  • white sugar
  • body oil

Tools

  • A clean jar with a lid
  • Blender
  • Kitchen knife
  • Fork
  • Plate

Instructions

  1. Cut up freshly plucked aloe vera leaf, use a spoon to scoop the aloe vera gel, then muddle with a muddler or use a blender.
  2. Pour the gel into a clean jar,
  3. add your granulated sugar (enough to thicken the aloe juice)
  4. plus a few drops of your preferred body oil.
  5. Mix it up until all the ingredients are well-combined, and use it all up the same day it was prepared

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Let’s Wrap Up!

Now you know how to make a DIY aloe vera sugar scrub for an instant glow.

It’s so easy and affordable to make, so you have no excuses.

Go on, try this, and let us know your experience.

I recommend an aloe plant for every home. Don’t say I didn’t give you anything this summerrrr…toodles!

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Thanks for reading!

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