Fall is the best time of year! Enjoy fall scents like pumpkin spice, cinnamon, cloves, spiced cider, and more with these Easy Fall Inspired Sugar Scrubs!
Fall is by far my favorite season.
I’ve always wondered if this is because I was born in October, but I just love everything about this time of year.
The gorgeous foliage, cozy sweatshirt weather, Halloween fun, and fall aromas.
The distinct fall smell of the woods when I’m hiking with my dogs, pumpkin pie, cinnamon, cloves, spiced cider, roasting turkey.
Smells that I love, but don’t usually get to experience any other time of year.
I think my dogs even prefer this time of year. It’s the only time they run through the leaves on our favorite trails through the woods.
They seem even more joyful than usual to be outside – even my little Yorkie, who has to wear a sweater when the temperature outside falls below 60 degrees!
Believe it or not, there are a few downfalls to this season.
As I type this, I look down at my hands that are still moisturized and soft from summer. With colder weather comes dry, sensitive skin from showers that are too hot and cold air hitting exposed skin.
That’s where these wonderful, moisturizing DIY Fall Inspired Sugar Scrubs come in.
The past couple of years, I have been slowly transitioning to using all natural products, and I would say we’re 95% there.
After learning about the dangers of many of the ingredients in my personal care routine, I have switched to natural products.
My favorite beauty products are homemade. I can ensure that I know exactly what I’m putting on my body.
The following DIY Fall Inspired Sugar Scrubs are so natural you could eat them if you wanted to! They actually contain ingredients readily found in most kitchen pantries.
Don’t think that DIY means these scrubs won’t work, though. Homemade sugar scrubs are actually the only product that has completely healed my dry elbows. They look fantastic as long as I keep up with this easy scrub routine!
These scrubs also make thoughtful and affordable gifts for birthdays, holidays, or any other special occasion.
With little investment of time and money, you can make wonderful gifts for your family, friends, teachers, co-workers, your hostess for holiday dinner, and more.
I like to use mason jars to store my scrubs. When giving them as gifts, I add seasonal and holiday decorations to my mason jars. This pretty packaging makes my DIY gifts a huge hit!
Plus, I let close friends and family know that if they return the mason jar, I just might fill it again with some other goodie, which makes them more than happy to oblige!
For more easy DIY body scrubs, check out the following:
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It’s Pumpkin Spice time! Calm your senses with fragrant vanilla and pumpkin pie spice.
Pumpkin is rich in Vitamins A and C, which makes this scrub a wonderful treatment for acne prone skin.
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Fall and winter are the perfect time to enjoy fresh baked sugar cookies.
Capture that warm and inviting scent any time with this super simple sugar scrub!
Smells of the season – ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, and cardamom – provide calming fragrance and anti-inflammatory properties to this sugar scrub.
I love caramel – in my desserts and in my body scrub!
The warm, comforting scent of caramel screams fall with caramel lattes and caramel apples for Halloween.
Chai is another warm drink I like to enjoy when cold weather comes. This scrub reminds me of cozy dinners at our local Indian restaurant – so comforting!
I’m so excited that apples are finally coming in season now after months of dealing with soft, mealy apples.
Apples, especially when combined with warming fall spices, smell great too, which is the inspiration for this invigorating Apple Spice Sugar Scrub.
Clove not only smells great, it is also known for its antibacterial, anti-viral, and anti-infective properties, so this scrub is perfect for cold and flu season.
Fall isn’t just about pumpkin. Orange oil sweetens this fall scrub to help you enjoy the season without pumpkin overload.
Put dried rose petals to good use in this soft and floral scrub.
I may not like to actually eat candy corn, but I can’t think of much that so perfectly symbolizes the season.
Not crazy about the smell of pumpkin pie spices, or just don’t want those warm fragrances in your body scrub?
This sugar scrub contains seasonal pumpkin with coffee, sugar, and coconut oil for a super simple DIY scrub to clean and moisturize your skin without all the fuss.
Use up the last of the rosemary before winter with this fragrant seasonal scrub
Patchouli is one of my favorite scents and perfect for the season! Vanilla and patchouli combine in this easy, relaxing body scrub.
What is better than waking up early on a quiet, foggy, peaceful fall morning and enjoying your first cup of warm, comforting coffee alone on your porch in the cool morning air?
Bring back that feeling any time with this antioxidant rich, firming coffee scrub.
Colder weather means we need to take care of our skin to ensure it doesn’t get dry and sensitive.
Make your beauty care routine easier with these exfoliating, moisturizing, and super fragrant DIY Fall Inspired Sugar Scrubs!
What do you think of these Fall Inspired Sugar Scrubs? Is fall your favorite time of year? Please share your thoughts in the comments below!
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