Confetti Flowers Sugar Scrub Bars

Every so often, I like to treat my skin to a gentle body scrub. I’m a single mom and on a budget. So, buying a sugar or salt scrub from the store is expensive. Instead, I decided to make my own! Save money and make your own Confetti Flowers Sugar Scrub Bars!

Confetti Flowers Sugar Scrub Bars

Our Confetti Flowers Sugar Scrub Bars make fun gifts for friends, family, co-workers, teachers, and more! As always, you can always customize and use different colors and shapes! 

Confetti Flowers Sugar Scrub Bars from above

Our sugar scrub bars are adorable and a lovely way to treat your skin. I like to make several at a time to keep on hand and ready to use. Otherwise, I can give them away as gifts! 

If you’re one to have visitors stay overnight, you can always make extras so your guests can treat themselves! You can even make extras for your guests to take a few with them to use at home. 

Confetti Flowers Sugar Scrub Bars for guests

Looking for more beauty recipes to try? Check out our Dried Calendula Lavender Whipped Soap, Lemon Poppy Seed Soap, Dried Orange Peel Bath Bombs, and Rudolph The Reindeer Poop Soap

Confetti Flowers Sugar Scrub Bars ready to use

Are you ready to make your own Confetti Flowers Sugar Scrub Bars? This is a fabulous beauty recipe to make with your friends, in a classroom, and more! Have fun and get creative. 

Confetti Flowers Sugar Scrub Bars

This recipe makes 2 bars. You can easily double or triple the recipe to make more!

Supplies Needed:

Confetti Flowers Sugar Scrub Bars Supplies
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 cube clear Glycerin Melt & Pour Soap Base (1×1 inch)
  • 1 drop lavender soap colorant
  • Soap/lotion mold with flowers, hearts and squares (Michael’s Craft Store)
  • Spring Sprinkles (1 teaspoon)
  • Small glass measuring cup or bowl
  • Wooden craft stick for stirring

Directions:

Confetti Flowers Sugar Scrub Bars IP Step 1

1. Add a few sprinkles to the bottom of each of the flower molds

Confetti Flowers Sugar Scrub Bars IP Add Olive Oil

2. Put the cube of soap into the measuring cup and microwave on high for about 20-30 seconds.

Confetti Flowers Sugar Scrub Bars Add sugar

Add the olive oil, sugar and fragrance oil. Stir well. This will thicken up very quickly, so if it is getting thick, place in microwave for addition 10 seconds.

Confetti Flowers Sugar Scrub Bars IP Step 3

3. Put a drop of lavender soap colorant in and give just a quick stir. You want to be able to see a marbled effect of colors when this sets.

Confetti Flowers Sugar Scrub Bars IP Step 4

4. Add teaspoon of sprinkles. Stir well.

Confetti Flowers Sugar Scrub Bars IP Step 5

5. Pour into two flower molds and let set for about 45 minutes to allow the bars to completely form.

Confetti Flowers Sugar Scrub Bars upclose in dish

6. Remove from mold and put in an airtight container.

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Confetti Flowers Sugar Scrub Bars

The Confetti Flowers Sugar Scrub Bars are the perfect little treat for your skin! Pamper your skin. Make extras for your friends and family!
Keyword: confetti flowers sugar scrub bars, sugar scrub

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 cube clear Glycerin Melt & Pour Soap Base 1×1 inch
  • 1 drop lavender soap colorant
  • Soap/lotion mold with flowers hearts and squares (Michael’s Craft Store)
  • Spring Sprinkles 1 teaspoon
  • Small glass measuring cup or bowl
  • Wooden craft stick for stirring

Instructions

  • Add a few sprinkles to the bottom of each of the flower molds.
  • Put the cube of soap into the measuring cup and microwave on high for about 20-30 seconds. Add the olive oil, sugar and fragrance oil. Stir well. This will thicken up very quickly, so if it is getting thick, place in microwave for addition 10 seconds.
  • Put a drop of lavender soap colorant in and give just a quick stir. You want to be able to see a marbled effect of colors when this sets.
  • Add teaspoon of sprinkles. Stir well.
  • Pour into two flower molds and let set for about 45 minutes to allow the bars to completely form.
  • Remove from mold and put in an airtight container.

Notes

Makes 2 bars (double or triple the recipe to make more)
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Be sure to bookmark, pin, and share this recipe with your friends. As always, you can also print out this recipe to keep on hand! This is a recipe to make over and over again. Make it yours!

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Comments

  1. Darlene Carbajal says

    5 stars
    Those are so cute!

  2. Shannon D Citrino says

    5 stars
    These are adorable! What a fun craft!

  3. These are cute may do some for my sister.

  4. April L Roods says

    So cute

  5. Sheri Conrad says

    These are so cute and useful!

  6. Denise Farlow says

    Thank you for this recipe!

  7. 5 stars
    These are so cute! I’ll definitely make them with my niecee

  8. 5 stars
    Such great ideas and i bet they feel wonderful

  9. sally jones says

    5 stars
    im gonna have to try to make these

  10. 4 stars
    I think i would just use these as cute bathroom decor rather than use them.

  11. Dana Rodriguez says

    5 stars
    These are so pretty. I bet they have a really nice scent too.

  12. Antoinette M says

    5 stars
    These look very pretty. Thank you for the clear instructions and photos.

  13. ashley lilley says

    5 stars
    looks good

  14. Amber Albertson says

    I never thought of using sprinkles! That’s genius!

  15. These are so cute and would make a wonderful addition to homemade gift baskets

  16. Brianna LaFond says

    5 stars
    These are sooo cute!

  17. Kelly Freeman says

    5 stars
    Thanks for sharing!

  18. 5 stars
    These sugar scrub bars look very nice. Thanks for sharing!

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