Peach Sugar Scrub Recipe {homemade gift idea}

Peach sugar scrubs are easy to make, package adorably {if I do say so myself} and are great for your skin!  Homemade scrubs are one of the best gifts ever {in my opinion}!  They are my new latest craze {as you know} and after falling in love with my Lemon Sugar Scrub, my Coffee Sugar Scrub, and my Cherry Sugar Scrub, I decided to go all out and try a few more fruity sugar scrubs!  So, here’s an easy-peasy, peach sugar scrub recipe (with FREE printable tag) that’s perfect for gift giving!

Peach Sugar Scrub

I’ve been making a lot of sugar scrubs in little batches, and this recipe filled up the fun shaped jar I found at Michael’s on clearance filled with paper flowers.  I’ve had so much fun finding interesting containers to put sugar scrubs in!  The recipe is super simple.  I love that sugar scrubs can be used on the hands, feet and body.  I like to use sugar scrubs in the shower because they are such great exfoliators and the hot water dissolves the sugar crystals before they can be too abrasive.

Peach Sugar Scrub Recipe

Peach Sugar Scrub

Mix Together {this recipe makes about 1 1/2 cups prepared}

  • 1 cup white sugar
  • 1/2 cup canola oil, plus 1 TBS
  • 2-3 drops of peach aromatherapy oil
  • approximately 10 drops of peach soap colorant (I purchased a pack of 4 colors at Michaels for $4.00)

Peach Sugar Scrub

Decorate Jar

I used embellishments I had at home to decorate the jar.  A ribbon and twine I had in my craft supply closet were used to tie on the “Peach Sugar Scrub” tag.  The tag was designed by Tricia Rennea exclusively for Seven Clown Circus, and can be downloaded for free!  The sugar scrub was super easy to make and the whole project took me a total of 20 minutes including tying on the printable!  It’s THAT easy.

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That’s it!  The Peach Sugar Scrub is read to give as a gift or use for yourself!

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  1. And you just gave me birthday ideas for my sisters.

  2. Fabulous idea!!!!! I have been saving so many jars- now I have at least one thing I can do with them now. HURRAY! LOVE IT!

  3. That looks and sounds amazing….I know it smells so good, too!

  4. These seems like a simple and fun project.

  5. Love this Angie! I imagine it smells so delightful. Every week I exfoliate my face with a brown sugar, honey, and lemon scrub. Simply divine and plus it works. I am all for making our own affordable scrubs at home!

    Hugs and Mocha,

    • It smells soooo good!

    • I’ve been needing a scrub for my face–I’ll have to try that!

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  6. You are on a roll with the scrubs! They really are super easy to make though, and they are perfect for gifts.

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  8. I am sorry, I am kind of a dork when it comes to this stuff. Does a scrub do anything besides exfoliation? Looks good otherwise. I have a peach scrub lip balm that someone gave me and I really enjoy it! Thanks!

  9. Your scrubs are so much fun! Thanks for another winner!

  10. This would truly make a fantastic gift! I would love for you to link this up to my new link party.
    Hope to see you there! Thanks!

  11. I’d love to try this! Saw you over at Tip Junkie.

  12. I think I just found my made-from-home gift for Christmas this year. I might pick a different scent for birthdays and Christmas in years to come…or maybe I’ll learn how to make lotions instead 😀 THANK YOU!

  13. Peach is one of my favorite scents. Is it an essential oil or more like a fragrance oil? I’ll have to see if I can find it next time we go shopping. This looks yummy!

  14. First, THANK YOU for the great recipes! I’m going to be helping our youth group make some of these for a craft sale next month! Is there a reason that this one calls for canola oil vs the olive oil you listed in the others? Thanks in advance! 🙂

  15. How long can you keep these scrubs or do they go bad? Thanks.

  16. What brand of peach oil did you use?

  17. have NEVER done this! giving a shower. looks great for favors! could I have lavender scent and color?

  18. Hi I was wanting to try making sugar scrub and was wondering how long do they last ?

  19. Hello – where can I find the essential oil – do you have a good resource online?