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DIY Pumpkin Spice Body Scrub

Ready to take your skin care to the next level this fall? It’s time to make this DIY pumpkin spice body scrub. It’s exfoliating, it’s moisturizing, and it smells good enough to eat!

diy pumpkin spice body scrub in jar on round cutting board next to fall foliage

Fall is officially here which means it’s time to break out the pumpkin spice. I’ve been adding pumpkin spice to my coffee every morning and I’ve got my favorite pumpkin spice blend going in my diffuser most days.

So I thought it was the perfect time to put together this DIY pumpkin spice body scrub!

I’m obsessed with all things fall. It is my favorite time of year. And this body scrub is like fall in a jar.

It smells so darn good and it will leave your skin so soft and moisturized!

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Benefits of DIY Pumpkin Spice Body Scrub

The sugar in this diy body scrub will exfoliate your skin and remove dead skin cells. The oils and vitamin E in the scrub act as a natural moisturizer which help to replenish moisture and leave your skin super soft.

The best part is this homemade pumpkin spice body scrub is 100% natural and only takes a few minutes to make!

DIY Pumpkin Spice Sugar Scrub Ingredients

To make this DIY you’ll need a container or jar to store your pumpkin spice sugar scrub. I bought a jar similar to this one at Dollar Tree.

They are a little pricey on Amazon. So I would recommend checking your local dollar store. Just make sure you get something that is at least 10oz.

You’ll also need the following ingredients:

I prefer to use all organic ingredients when making DIY’s. Especially if they will be applied to my skin.

ingredients for diy pumpkin spice body scrub on round cutting board next to fall foliage and fake pumpkin

How To Make Homemade Pumpkin Body Scrub

To make this homemade pumpkin body scrub, first add 1 cup of sugar to your jar.

ingredients for diy pumpkin spice body scrub on round cutting board next to fall foliage and fake pumpkin

Next add 1.5 teaspoons of pumpkin spice.

someone adding pumpkin spice powder to diy pumpkin spice body scrub on round cutting board next to fall foliage and fake pumpkin

Stir together well.

ingredients for diy pumpkin spice body scrub on round cutting board next to fall foliage and fake pumpkin

Add 1/4 cup of coconut oil and stir well. You can add a little more or a little less depending on how moisturizing you want this scrub to be.

someone adding coconut oil to diy pumpkin spice body scrub on round cutting board next to fall foliage and fake pumpkin

Add 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract and stir well.

someone adding vanilla extract to diy pumpkin spice body scrub on round cutting board next to fall foliage and fake pumpkin

Add 1 teaspoon of vitamin E and stir well. Vitamin E is optional but it adds a little bit of extra moisture.

someone adding vitamin e to diy pumpkin spice body scrub on round cutting board next to fall foliage and fake pumpkin

And that is it. Just make sure everything is blended together completely.

diy pumpkin spice body scrub with spoon in it on round cutting board next to fall foliage and fake pumpkin

How To Use Pumpkin Spice Sugar Scrub

To use this DIY pumpkin spice body scrub simply rub all over body in a circular motion and rinse well.

I like to use this on my legs prior to shaving. I also use it daily on my elbows, knees, and feet.

It always leaves my skin super soft and moisturized.

It also works great on hands as well. I don’t recommend using it on your face though.

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diy pumpkin spice body scrub on round cutting board next to fall foliage and fake pumpkin

As long as you leave the container tightly sealed and don’t get any water inside the jar, this sugar scrub should stay good for at least 2-3 months.

Remember, the vitamin e is optional and adds just a bit more moisturizing benefits. The coconut oil can be adjusted to suit your moisturizing needs.

I recommend using all organic ingredients but they are definitely not necessary. Also, you can use brown sugar instead of white sugar if you’d like.

If the scrub isn’t as pumpkin spicy as you like feel free to add a bit more pumpkin spice or even just a little dash of cinnamon.

Enjoy 🙂

Author: Candice Sinner

Hi! I’m Candice & I’m an essential oil junkie. I want to help you break free from toxic chemicals & toxic living so you can live the life God created you to live. Click here to learn more about me and my health journey.

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