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Fresh Kiwi Sugar Scrub
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Soft and nourishing, this beautiful and sweet smelling scrub brightens and exfoliates skin. With Vitamin C, E and antioxidants, these all-natural ingredients have age-fighting abilities.

Prep time
0:05 to 0:10
8 oz. jar
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Fresh Kiwi Sugar Scrub
Extra Fine Granulated Sugar
Prep time :
0:05 to 0:10
Yield :
8 oz. jar



  1. Remove the skin from 3 kiwi and mash them together in a blender. Remove any large chunks.
  2. Combine sugar, grapeseed oil and mashed kiwi. Note: you use more sugar and less oil in our Fresh Kiwi Sugar Scrub than you do in other recipes because of the wonderfully rich kiwi juice.
  3. Pour mixture into jar and decorate with ribbon and a label.
  4. Since all the ingredients are natural - be sure to refrigerate and stir before each use. It will stay fresh for one week...but it makes your skin feel so good, it’s likely to run out before it expires!


Fresh Kiwi Sugar ScrubIf giving as a present, download these printable Fresh Kiwi Sugar Scrub labels to personalize your gift. Works best on a full-sized sticker or label.

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