DIY Spa Grade Scrubs (Only 3 items needed)
Nowdays macam kena jimat, yer la bagi yang da berkeluarga need to jimat duit for anak2 and those yang tengah single maybe nak kena tolong family or kumpul duit nak kahwin ke kan? But that does not mean we should stop pampering ourself. Today, illy nak share cara yang sangat simple untuk dapat kan scrub yang spa grade at a very affordable cost and most important senang sangat nak buat.
Last time masa my blogger friend Ayna ada buat private Baby Shower, kami pergi ke Villa Manja and memang syok la kan.. then the spa is kind enough to gave us a door gift which is a coconut citrus scrub. I felt in love with the product instantly and I really love home made product. I found them to be warmer as they were made with lots of love.
Nak jadi cerita, since I love using it.. I run out of it hahaha.. so I decided to try out and make one with my own twist at home. Suka best sangat.. Then i share it to my kawan Ayna n Caro.. they told me it is a good idea to share it with the rest… so nak share la mana tau you all pun interested nak cuba.. hehe so let’s begin :
Citrus Coconut Scrubs
1) Coconut shred (ntah apa nama mat salleh dia.. betul la tu kot kan? haahha) also known as kelapa parut. This one costing around RM2 for 1 biji kelapa and I got mine from Jusco. You may also get from any super or mini market.
2) Lime, or limau, suka hati nak letak banyak mana.. You may use orange, or lemon or any other citrus you like. I like to squeeze the juice, input some zest and then few thin slices of the lime inside for extra fresh smelling scrub!
3) Oil. Personally I like to input Bio-oil as it helps to improve my skin texture and reduce scars marks plus I have it at home. Korang nak pakai other type of oil pun bole.. you may opt for Coconut Oil or Olive oil and even baby oil. The main focus is to input some hydrating properties in it.
How to do it?
1) masuk all the bahan kacau done. hahaha.. yes it is that simple.
1) To prolonged your scrub lifetime, I would suggest masuk dalam peti ice.
2) you may also add up fine sugar if you more scrubbing effect. I prefer the mild scrub using the kelapa parut as I like to frequently do so.
3) If you have sensitive skin, use 1 a week instead or consult with your skin doctor.
That’s it for today. I hope you enjoy this DIY post and have a splendid weekend ahead!
*Products courtesy of Bio-Oil . I am not paid to write this review, I spent personal time and put in personal effort on thisblogpost. As usual, I will test and review products or services regardless of whether they have been sent to me/paid for me or not with honesty. Unless stated so in the post or marked with an asterisk, all products featured on this blog have been bought with my own hard-earned pennies. I started this blog to give my two pennies worth of thought and have fun along the way and that is exactly how this blog shall remain.