Brown Sugar Body Glaze 4


Yesterday, we made brown sugar and it was so easy! As I promised, today we will make the Brown Sugar Body Glaze.

Collect needed supplies:

Brown Sugar
Oat Flour (I made this one myself in the food processor)
Liquid Glycerin
Colorless Jojoba Oil or Golden Jojoba Oil (I’m using Colorless Jojoba Oil)
Liquid Soap Base
Body Milk Base
Mokalata Fragrance Oil
Scale
2 Mixing Bowls or Heavy Zipper Style Bags
Jars for storing your finished product in
Transfer Pipettes

Recipe:

200 grams Brown Sugar
10 grams Oat Flour
2 grams Liquid Glycerin
21 grams Jojoba Oil
10 grams Liquid Soap Base
20 grams Body Milk Base
0.5 grams Mokalata Fragrance Oil

Use a blender or food processor to make the oat flour.

Weigh the Brown Sugar and Oat Flour into the mixing bowl or bag and mix until all lumps have been removed. Set aside. Weigh all liquid ingredients into the other bowl or bag. Slowly add the dry ingredients to the liquid ingredients and stir until completely blended. Now you can fill your containers with the scrub.

I want to use this scrub right now!

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Andee

Oatmeal in the food processor.

Oatmeal in the food processor.

Side view of the oatmeal in the food processor.

Side view of the oatmeal in the food processor.

Finished oat flour.

Finished oat flour.

Collecting needed supplies.

Collecting needed supplies.

Weighing the brown sugar.

Weighing the brown sugar.

Ready to weigh liquids in a new beaker.

Ready to weigh liquids in a new beaker.

Mixed brown sugar and oat flour.

Mixed brown sugar and oat flour.

All ingredients in the same beaker.

All ingredients in the same beaker.

Finished mixing the scrub.

Finished mixing the scrub.

Brown sugar and oat flour.

Brown sugar and oat flour.

All liquid ingredients weighed into the beaker.

All liquid ingredients weighed into the beaker.

Starting to add dry ingredients to the liquid mixture.

Starting to add dry ingredients to the liquid mixture.

Starting to mix.

Starting to mix.

Filled jars with scrub.

Filled jars with scrub.

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About Andee

I'm a twenty something soap snob. I've grown up with hand made soaps and I love them! I really like making lotions, soaps and perfumes. I adore mixing scents to come up with something new. My favorite scent is either Wicked or Cotton Candy. I tend to hoard fragrances, I even have an Earl Grey Tea from the MMS catalog. I won't tell you how old it is, but it sure is good!


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4 thoughts on “Brown Sugar Body Glaze

  • terrylynn22

    Who knew brown sugar was just white sugar and molasses??? I am going to start making my own, since once you open a box of brown sugar, it is hard as a rock in no time.

    Re: the scrub, how would you recommend using it, just scoop it out and scrub it on with your hands? Would it be gentle enough to use on your face?

    Terry

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  • Andee Post author

    Terry,
    You can use your hands to apply it. I think it would be gentle enough on your face as long as you do not scrub hard. Personally, I think I would rather use a mask or soap gel rather than a sugar or salt scrub. You might want to use a finer grain sugar if you want to use it on your face.

    I hope this helps.

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