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Rose Clay Sugar Scrub

Updated: Jul 8, 2023


Phase A

  • 7% | 21g Safflower Oil

  • 13% | 39g Fractionated Coconut Oil

  • 2.4% | 7.2g Rosehip Oil

  • 4% | 12g Shea Butter

  • 9% | 27g Emulsifying Wax NF

  • 2% | 6g Cetyl Alcohol

Phase B

  • 5% | 15g Vegetable Glycerin

  • 3% | 9g Polysorbate 20

Phase C

  • 1% | 3g Fragrance Oil

  • 1.5% | 4.5g Optiphen

  • 52% | 156g Sugar

  • 0.1% | 0.3g Rose Clay


  1. Prepare a water bath by bringing 1 inch of water to a simmer on medium-low heat in a sauté pan.

  2. In a heat resistant beaker, weigh out Phase A and add it to the water bath.

  3. After Phase A is fully melted, remove beaker from water bath and add Phase B to same beaker. Mix for 1-2 minutes with stick blender.

  4. Once solution's temperature is under 140 degrees Fahrenheit, add Optiphen and fragrance oil then mix thoroughly with stick blender or milk frother.

  5. Add the rose clay and granulated sugar and mix again. The scrub may separate after a few minutes of cooling. If scrub separates, mix it with sticker blender for another 2-3 minutes.

Note: The Shea butter can substituted with mango butter. The carrier oils can be substituted for other oils such as sweet almond oil, grapeseed oil, and sunflower oil.

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