Thursday, March 5, 2015

#DIY Sea Salt Scrub with Pure Body Naturals

Well friends, its #DIY Friday Again!  I know I just posted a DIY project yesterday, but I'm having waay to much fun with these little projects.  So, I'm squeezing two into one week!  Double the fun, right?

So, before we get started on today's #DIY, I want to introduce you to the star of the show, Pure Body Naturals Fractionated Coconut Oil!

Product Description:

- 100% Pure Natural Base Oil: liquid, ordorless, colorless, non-greasy, non-staining. 

- Botanical: cocos nucifera

- Produces a barrier on the skin that locks in moisture, but will not clog pores.

What I Love about Pure Body Naturals Fractionated Coconut Oil:

- Readily absorbs to soothe dry skin!

- Perfect for Use with Essential Oils as a carrier oil or other DIY skin care projects!

- I feel confident recommending in this oil with Pure Body Naturals 100% Lifetime Money Back Promise if customers are not satisfied in any way!

- I think this fractionated Coconut Oil is well priced at $14.45 for 16 fl oz.

Verdict: Yay!

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How I Use Pure Body Naturals Fractionated Coconut Oil:
Let's make a Sea Salt Body Scrub!

What we'll need:

-  1/2 Cup Coconut Oil (I used Pure Body Naturals Fractionated Coconut Oil)

- 1/4 Cup Sea Salt (I used Dead Sea Mineral Salts)

- 1/4 Cup Epsom Salts

- 10 Drops of your Favorite Essential Oils (I used peppermint, sweet orange & lemon since I love that combination in my sugar scrub)

- Container (I used an old plastic container that once held a hair conditioning mask)

What we'll do

1. In a mixing bowl, add your coconut oil.

2. Add sea salt & Epsom salts, stir until well blended.

3. Add Essential Oils

4. Pour mixture into your container!

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by and made possible by Pure Body Naturals.  Products were provided in exchange for my time in assessing their quality and writing an honest review about them. All product information is gleaned from the manufacturer's product description.  All opinions are my own based on my experiences with the product.  All photos are my own. 

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