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I'm originally British and now live in the Cayman Islands where I like to spend my time staring dreamily at the clear blues of the Caribbean sea and sky, and sewing.

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Soapy Sugar Scrub Cubes

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(11) Name: 'Other : Soapy Sugar Scrub Cubes
Soapy Sugar Scrub Cubes
Soapy Sugar Scrub Cubes
Soapy Sugar Scrub Cubes
Soapy Sugar Scrub Cubes

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Follow a basic recipe
  • Use a microwave

Pattern Description:

These soapy sugar cube scrubs are the best selling item in my bath and body shop. You may have come across a sugar scrub before - but these are way better. They hold together well, include soap too and moisturiser, and a single cube can be used to cleanse and scrub the whole body.

Great to take to the gym, away for the weekend, and great to use for shaving your legs for a super smooth finish.

And super quick and easy to make once you know how. And ideal for packaging as gifts in a cute cello bag or pretty jar. Look lovely in little mason jars etc.

Covered in the tutorial:

* Product benefits and overview
* Where to buy your ingredients
* Materials and ingredients list
* Full step by step photo instructions
* List of recommended suppliers

You can be sure of getting a tried and tested quality recipe. Read what a recent customer had to say about these scrubs:

"Let me start by saying that this is by no means the first sugar scrub I have purchased from natural soap makers. At first, the cubes were slow to get to dissolve. But after they start to dissolve, they are the most wonderful cubes I have ever used! The slower dissolving quality makes it so you don't waste most of the scrub. It also makes for a MUCH more exfoliating experience. This made my skin smoother than any other sugar scrub I have tried with a great lather! Thank you so much! I will be back! :D"

You are of course welcome to sell any items made using this tutorial.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Makes 18 one inch cubes


  • Melt and pour soap base
  • Oil of your choice
  • Fragrance is nice but not necessary
  • Regular white sugar

You Will Also Need:

  • Kitchen scales
  • Some kind of mold - an old butter tub will work, ice cube tray etc

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