I love a good lip scrub. A gentle exfoliation once a week is good for your lips. Just like your face needs a good scrub, your lips do as well. Store brand lip scrubs can often be pricey. Try this orange DIY Sugar Lip Scrub the next time you need to exfoliate your lips. The best part about this homemade lip scrub recipe is that it’s all natural and feels great. There are no chemicals or yucky tastes. You can lick it right off your lips if you want! Follow the easy steps below and create your own lip scrub in less than 5 minutes.
Orange DIY Sugar Lip Scrub Tutorial
Orange DIY Sugar Lip Scrub Supplies Needed:
- 1 1/2 tsp. Sugar
- 1/4 tsp. Coconut Oil
- Plastic Paint Container (found at any paint supply store or paint aisle of other stores)
- 1-2 drops Young Living Orange Essential Oil (it must be a high quality essential oil)
- Measuring Spoons
How To Make Orange Lip Scrub:
Grab your orange lip scrub supplies and head to the kitchen counter or table. Pour one and a half teaspoons of sugar into a small bowl. Add 1/4 of a teaspoon of coconut oil into the sugar. Stir the sugar and coconut oil together until mixed well. It should be the consistency of wet sand. You might need to add a touch more coconut oil if it seems a little dry. Add 1-2 drops of orange essential oil to your sugar coconut oil mixture and stir. Once it’s all mixed together, transfer into your plastic container and pop the top on!
To use your DIY sugar lip scrub, just scoop out a pea size amount and gently rub in a circular motion over lips for about 10-15 seconds. Wipe off with warm cloth or lick right off. Store in a cool dry place.
This orange lip scrub also makes a great DIY gift!
Do you use lip scrub? If so, try this easy diy sugar lip scrub recipe the next time you are needing something to exfoliate your lips with! It’s all natural and great for your skin and the scent of orange is uplifting and energizing. Finish off with this roll on lip gloss recipe for fabulous soft, smooth, shiny lips.
Michelle Marine says
I’ve never tried a lip scrub, but this just sounds yummy! And it look really easy to make too. I’ll have to try it with my girls.
To be honest, I have never tried any DIY beauty products. Hence, this recipe really got me hooked.
It was quite easy to make so I’m definitely gonna give more homemade beauty recipes a try.
C. Lee Reed says
This would work so well and taste so amazing. In the winter, my lips get chapped and this is a great natural way to keep them smooth and supple.
I haven’t tried a lip scrub, but I certainly could use one after having a cold…I’m pinning to try it out!
Corinne Schmitt says
I’ve been making a lot of my own beauty products lately so I’m always excited to find new recipes. Looking forward to making this one!
Anne Campbell says
I’m going to make some of this right away–my kids’ lips are always chapped since they spend so much time outdoors. They will love this!