DIY Vanilla Chai Body Scrub

Vanilla Chai Body Scrub is inexpensive to make and is invigorating to your skin and senses. It is great for sloughing off dead skin cells that have been hanging around from the winter. It will leave your skin feeling silky soft and smooth. The aromatic blend of ingredients will make you think you are at a spa.

Vanilla Chai Body Scrub Recipe

This Vanilla Chai Body Scrub is easy to make. It can be made with everyday ingredients in just minutes. Epsom salt, coconut oil, and vanilla chai tea are all you need for this body scrub. It’s the perfect DIY gift idea! Once you whip up a batch of this easy to make DIY body scrub I can almost guarantee that you will be making more to give as gifts. It’s a great option for Birthdays, Christmas, Mother’s Day, and more.

Vanilla Chai Body Scrub Recipe

Vanilla Chai Body Scrub

1 cup Epsom Salt
1/2 cup coconut oil
3 tablespoons freshly brewed vanilla chai tea


1. In a medium bowl, add the coconut oil.

2. Using the back of a spoon or fork mash the coconut oil for about 5-10 seconds.

3. Add the Epsom salt. Mix until well combined.

4. Add the vanilla chai tea. Add it in until you are happy with the texture and consistency of the scrub.

5. Stir until all of the ingredients are well combined.

6. Transfer the body scrub to your favorite bottle or mason jar and store in a cool area.

To Use

Wet the area to be scrubbed. Using a small spoon gather a generous amount of the scrub into your hands. Rub gently in a circular motion and rinse off with warm water. Pat skin to dry off with clean dry towel. Rinse the tub or shower well after use as the coconut oil may leave it slippery!

Vanilla Chai Body Scrub Recipe

Body Scrub Tips

  • Avoid the face.
  • Avoid rubbing skin vigorously.
  • Keep a jar next to kitchen sink and use a little after washing dishes.
  • Store in an airtight container.
  • Body scrub will last for about 2 months.

Want more DIY scrubs? Check out our DIY Body Scrub With Tequila And Lime!

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