Ginger Body Scrub

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1/4 c sea salt
1/4 c corn meal
1/4 c olive oil, extra virgin
2 drops ginger e.o.
4 drops peppermint e.o.
3 drops rosemary e.o.

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Stormy Stewart Recipe
Well Seasoned
Mio, MI (pop. 12,477)
Member Since Mar 2011
Stormy's notes for this recipe:
Use this one in the morning as the essential oils are invigorating, and will help your immune system hold of attacks all day!

This can be given as a gift in a jar. if desired. Perfect for those with low immune systems or if everyone around you seams to be sick.
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Mix salt and cornmeal. Combine warmed oil and essential oils then mix with dry ingredients. Use in the shower or standing in the tub. Apply in circular motions, working from the extremities inward, working towards the center of the body and the heart. Rinse with warm water. Gently pat dry. Your skin will feel smoother and have a nice glow.

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user Julie Haynes jmbhaynes - Jul 5, 2011
Try using raw sugar in place of the sea salt and cornmeal. I have made my own sugar scrubs and loved them better than salt scrubs. I am going to try this recipe though.
user Stormy Stewart karlyn255 - Jul 5, 2011
I have many with sugar as well with salt. Raw sugar is so expensive, and draws in ants if spilled. I have lived in woods a lot. ant territory
user Kathi Hamill Gally13kms - Jul 7, 2011
Have you ever done it with epsom salts or something of that nature? I have a ton, and was wondering if it would work...
user Stormy Stewart karlyn255 - Jul 8, 2011
Kathi, Any scrub can be made with sugar, table salt, epson salt, or sea salt. Each salt has different minerals but the working action is the same.

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