Forum Body scrubs


Edited by: Bamm on 03/06/2014 - 12:25

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Hi everyone

As part of the terms and conditions of Recipe Community, members are not permitted to have non-edible recipes published on recipe community - e.g. pet food, candles, soap, washing powder, moisturiser, lip balm etc.

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mrsdoubtfire80 wrote:

really great !! I will try these days, before leaving for the sea

Great, I've ordered some from here (https://www.yourdailysupplements.com).


Melissa280979 wrote:

I make a coffee Body scrub that replicates a marketed type. My daughter loves it. Its VERY easy.

hey Wink
could you tell me a receipt of this scrub? I used to buy scrubs, but I recently received a discount and now I want to buy some ingridiets and do it by myself. and now I'm inspired by your coment and looking to your answer Lol
oh, I'm going to order oils for scrub online with a discount (http://nutritionsguru.com/ ), maybe somebody will order some stuffs too.
btw, should I add oils to scrub? or it would be better to use it after?

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Oh I would love to know this too as it's something I really want to do!
I did however see a book full of thermie body recipes on book depository if anyone wants to look that up.


@melissa280979 Do you have the recipe for your coffee scrub I could try please? Smile

 


I agree there should be a lotions and options but I guess it's a duty of care cause using chemicals etc and how people can react differently to certain products.http://www.holidayairportparking.co.uk/


Same! ☝I'd love a scrub recipe using mint (and coffee) if anyone has ideas....


I make a coffee Body scrub that replicates a marketed type. My daughter loves it. Its VERY easy.


really great !! I will try these days, before leaving for the sea


I have used mine to make soap, I made the lye solution in a separate heatproof plastic container but I used it to blend it to trace. I agree there should be a lotions and options but I guess it's a duty of care cause using chemicals etc and how people can react differently to certain products etc

as for a sugar scrub i use caster sugar melted coconut oil and then add a few drops of ess oil, I prefer lavender cause it's pretty safe to use and my hubby is pretty sensitive. You have to very careful with ess oils so research! 


That is very strange!  Maybe it is a perceived (or real?) liability issue? Puzzled

Shannon


I'm surprised that Thermomix don't allow a seperate section for personal care recipes. I sold my Bellini thermo cooker on Gumtree so I could upgrade to the Thermie. The young lady who bought it needed it to make natural creams and remedies for her partner who suffered psoriasis. She was excited to pick it up and start 'blending' her brews. Obviously there is an active market in this area. I wonder if there are perceived risks to the Thermomix brand because people who post recipes might make therapeutic claims. 

Chris Soft


My recipe has been removed, unfortunately.  Seems we are not allowed to have personal care recipes on the forum. Aw


Smile

I would love to know thus too 


Has anyone had any success making salt or sugar body scrub in their thermomix. I'm looking for recipes or hints for making a good body scrub using lemon or mint or anything that smells yummy.