How to make a Yummy Italian Tiramisu Lip Scrub


Yesterday I made a really tasty tiramisu lip balm. I decided to expand on the little theme and make a corresponding lip scrub to match the lip balm. I may not have a purse full of lip balms, glosses and tints like Taylor, but I do like using a lip scrub as part of my twice weekly face pampering.

Finished lip scrubs.

Finished lip scrubs.

This lip scrub helps me satisfy my tiramisu cravings and keeps my lips smooth during the changing seasons. Come join me in the kitchen and find out how to make your own lip scrub!

Ingredients
Sugar
Coffee Butter
Cocoa Butter, Regular
Avocado Oil
Shea Butter, High Melt Point
Vitamin E Natural
Cheesecake Flavor
Natural Vanilla Oil
Equipment
ScaleTransfer Pipettes
Microwave Safe Container
Food Processor *See Notes*
Spoons
Bags (Zipper or decorating)
Containers of your choice


Recipe: (makes 600 grams or 22 ounces)

Recipe in Grams
360 grams Sugar
60 grams Coffee Butter
60 grams Cocoa Butter, Regular
60 grams Avocado Oil
30 grams Shea Butter, High Melt Point
1.5 grams Vitamin E Natural
18 grams Cheesecake Flavor
10.5 grams Natural Vanilla Oil
Recipe in Ounces
13.2 ounces Sugar
2.2 ounces Coffee Butter
2.2 ounces Cocoa Butter, Regular
2.2 ounces Avocado Oil
1.1 ounces Shea Butter, High Melt Point
0.06 ounces Vitamin E Natural
0.66 ounces Cheesecake Flavor
0.39 ounces Natural Vanilla Oil
Recipe in Percentages
60% Sugar
10% Coffee Butter
10% Cocoa Butter, Regular
10% Avocado Oil
5% Shea Butter, High Melt Point
0.25% Vitamin E Natural
3% Cheesecake Flavor
1.75% Natural Vanilla Oil

Weigh the Cocoa Butter and Avocado Oil into a microwave safe container. Heat using short bursts of time until the Cocoa Butter is mostly melted. This will prevent chunks of Cocoa Butter and allow the chocolaty flavor to be throughout the scrub. Weigh the remaining oils into the container and then pour the ingredients into the food processor with the sugar. Gently pulse the ingredients together until thoroughly mixed. Once the scrub is mixed together, fill the jars and cap.

Weighing Cocoa Butter.

Weighing Cocoa Butter.

Melting Cocoa Butter and Avocado Oil together.

Melting Cocoa Butter and Avocado Oil together.

Notes:
If you want to make a small batch, you can easily use a small personal blender instead of the larger 11 cup food processor that I used for these photos.

Adding the Coffee Butter, Shea Butter and Vitamin E.

Adding the Coffee Butter, Shea Butter and Vitamin E.

Sugar in the food processor.

Sugar in the food processor.

How do I use this?:
I’ve been asked over the phone about how I use a lip scrub, so here is how I use a lip scrub. Scoop a pea sized amount out of the jar. Using your finger, rub the scrub over your lips. Don’t scrub too much, or you can irritate your lips. Now you can either wipe your lips off, or lick them! Apply a lip balm and now you have pampered your lips!

Adding other ingredients to the food processor.

Adding other ingredients to the food processor.

Blending the mixture.

Blending the mixture.

This simple lip scrub exceeded my expectations and I’m so excited to have another lip scrub for my cosmetics bag!

Enjoy!

Andee

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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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