How do you make fluffy whipped sugar scrub?

How do you make fluffy whipped sugar scrub?


  1. Add your foaming bath butter to a large mixing bowl. Turn your mixer on low and break any clumps.
  2. Add half of the sugar and whip.
  3. The golden layer: in a small bowl, combine 15 g (0.5 oz) of oil and a dash of golden mica powder.
  4. Fill out half of your jars with the sugar scrub.

How much sugar do you put in foaming bath butter?

We recommend adding 2-3% of essential oil/fragrance and a ratio of 1 to 1 when using sugar or salt E.G. 500 grams of Sugar and 500 grams of Crystal OPC. Fill: Once you are happy with the consistency of the product simply scoop out and fill your tubs.

How long does whipped sugar scrub last?

In general, most homemade sugar scrubs will last around 6 months. The most important tip is to keep the lid on the jar as much as possible. This will help stave off the carrier oil going rancid.

How do you store a whipped sugar scrub?

We love a red tint with strawberry scent for Valentine’s Day, with cinnamon for Christmas or with lilac scent for Mother’s Day! The scents are easy to add with just a few drops of essential oil. Your whipped sugar scrub can be stored in any closed container, but I’m a fan of glass jars.

How do you make foamy sugar scrub?


  1. Measure your foaming bath butter and put in a bowl. Whip it with a hand mixer for 3-5 minutes until the product is soft and fluffy.
  2. Add mica powder and mix more.
  3. Add essential oil and mix.
  4. Measure and add sugar and mix until fully incorporated.
  5. The foaming sugar scrub is ready.

Can I use a sugar scrub in the bath?

Wet your skin. Warm water will soften your skin and prepare it for exfoliation. A good rule of thumb is to soak in the tub or stand under the shower for 5 to 10 minutes before you begin scrubbing. If you’re going to shave your legs, do so before using the sugar scrub to avoid stinging and irritation.

Does foaming bath whip Harden?

Notes: This frosting does not harden. It’s the softest recipe of the three. This is also the easiest recipe with the longest working time, so it’s great for beginners. Directions: Whip the ingredients together in the mixer until it’s light, fluffy and forms peaks.

How do you use foaming bath whip base?

This versatile soap base can be used for a wide variety of wash off products and scrubs. Just whip the base until it’s smooth with an electric mixer, add fragrance, butters, oils, sugar or any other additives and continue whipping for 2-3 minutes.

Can you add coconut oil to foaming bath butter?

This recipe is a great way to add a little luxury to men’s skin routine- and it’s super easy to make. Three ingredients. 1 cup Foaming Bath Butter 1 tablespoon Coconut Oil ½ tablespoon Cool Citrus Basil Fragrance Oil. Simply add the coconut oil to the bath butter and whip together with an electric mixer.

What do you do with foaming bath butter base?