Wedding Bliss Body Glaze

Taylor recently hosted a Bridal Wishes Swap on the forum and I decided to join in. After all, I was getting married (vow-renewals with family and friends present) and I wanted to share in the fun of the swap. I decided that I wanted to make a scrub that would be perfect for pampering any bride during the weeks of hopefully organized chaos that lead up to the wedding day. My favorite scrubs contain clay, soap and oatmeal, so I decided to combine my favorite scrub additives to make one great scrub. This scrub definitely was a wonderful way for me to spend some time not worrying about tables, guests, the dress, or anything else wedding related.

The wedding is now over and I’m excited to be back to my typical chaotic work day. This scrub still sits in my shower and gives me that time that I don’t have to worry filing taxes, making dinner, doing laundry, or those other daily life tasks. πŸ™‚ Come join me in the blog kitchen as we make this blissful body glaze that will whisk you away from the day for a little while.

Collect needed items:

White Granulated Sugar
Oat Flour
Pink Kaolin Clay
Liquid Glycerin
Golden Jojoba Oil
Shower Gel & Liquid Hand Soap in One
Body Milk Base, Paraben Free
Liquid Germall Plus
21 Fragrance Oil
Acai and Mangosteen Fragrance
Mixing Container
Food Processor
Transfer Pipettes
Containers for finished product (I used the 1 oz Jar Set.)
Recipe in ounces:
14.1 ounces White Granulated Sugar
0.71 ounces Oat Flour
0.35 ounces Pink Kaolin Clay
0.14 ounces Liquid Glycerin
1.48 ounces Golden Jojoba Oil
0.71 ounces Shower Gel & Liquid Hand Soap in One
1.41 ounces Body Milk Base, Paraben Free
0.19 ounces Liquid Germall Plus
0.02 ounces 21 Fragrance Oil
0.02 ounces Acai and Mangosteen Fragrance
Recipe in grams:
400 grams White Granulated Sugar
20 grams Oat Flour
10 grams Pink Kaolin Clay
4 grams Liquid Glycerin
42 grams Golden Jojoba Oil
20 grams Shower Gel & Liquid Hand Soap in One
40 grams Body Milk Base, Paraben Free
5.4 grams Liquid Germall Plus
0.5 ml 21 Fragrance Oil
0.5 ml Acai and Mangosteen Fragrance
Recipe in Percentages:
73% White Granulated Sugar
4% Oat Flour
2% Pink Kaolin Clay
1% Liquid Glycerin
7% Golden Jojoba Oil
4% Shower Gel & Liquid Hand Soap in One
8% Body Milk Base, Paraben Free
0.5% Liquid Germall Plus
0.25% 21 Fragrance Oil
0.25% Acai and Mangosteen Fragrance

Carefully weigh all dry ingredients into a bowl and remove all lumps. I like to pour the dry ingredients into a bag and reuse the container for weighing the liquids. Next weigh the all liquid ingredients (including fragrances and preservatives) into a bowl. Mix the liquid ingredients together. After the liquid mixture is completely mixed, add the dry mixture. This helps prevent dry spots on the bottom of the bowl because you are adding the dry ingredients on top of liquid ingredients. Stir until completely mixed. Once the scrub is completely mixed, it will be smooth and easy to transfer to your desired containers.

Yield: This recipe filled two 8 oz Low Profile Jars to the shoulder.

Notes: You may be asking why did I choose the various ingredients that I used in this scrub? Here are my reasons.

White Granulated Sugar: I like the texture of plain table sugar in scrubs. I think it is perfect for a scrub that would be a gentle whole body scrub.

Oat Flour: Oats are commonly used in bath and body products for both their skin soothing starches and mild exfoliation. Oat Flour balances this recipe to become more than just another scrub, it becomes a pampering scrub.

Pink Kaolin Clay: Clays are used in masks and soaps for their silky feel and absorption properties. Since the scrub is all about pampering the body and having gentle exfoliation, I wanted to have clay to protect the skin from being scrubbed too hard. I chose the Pink Kaolin Clay in particular for its color. (Typically, most gals would rather scrub with a pink scrub rather than a brown scrub!)

Liquid Glycerin: One of the ingredients that makes this scrub so nice to use. Liquid Glycerin is a humectant that will help attract moisture to your skin. I thought this scrub would be a perfect place for Liquid Glycerin since the scrub would be used in a shower.

Golden Jojoba Oil: I know, I know! Prices for Jojoba are really high right now, but I couldn’t help myself. Jojoba is wonderful for scrubs since it is very similar to the oils our skin naturally produces. If you want to use other oils, I would recommend using Squalane, Avocado Oil, Sunflower Oil, Wheat Germ Oil, or Grapeseed Oil instead.

Shower Gel & Liquid Hand Soap in One: I used the Shower Gel & Liquid Hand Soap in One to help me feel like I needed to use some soap to wash off the extra oil. This will help reduce oily residue in the shower or tub, but it will not completely prevent it. We still recommend having bath mats for fall protection. πŸ˜‰

Body Milk Base, Paraben Free: I love this lotion alone, but combining it with this scrub makes a luxurious scrub. It even allows me to forgo a body lotion after using in the shower!

Liquid Germall Plus: If you don’t want to use the Liquid Germall Plus as a preservative, Optiphen is the other preservative we would recommend for this recipe.


Finished scrub in sample jars.

Weighing the dry ingredients.

Mixing the dry ingredients.

Weighing liquid ingredients.

Mixing the liquid ingredients.

Adding the dry ingedients to the liquid ingredients.

Mixing everything together.

This is a thick scrub.

Completely mixed scrub.

Finished scrub in sample jars.

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Wedding Bliss Body Glaze, 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 rating

About Andee

Director of Happiness. I'm a thirty-something soap snob. I've grown up with handmade 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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