Coconut Lime Sugar Scrub {And A Facebook Class}

by Katie on July 9, 2015

Is it summer, you guys? I don’t know what is going on with crazy Ohio, but it feels like it has been dreary and rainy so much lately. I don’t like it. Not one bit. It’s summer and I prefer all sunshine.

In order to remind myself that is still summer I have been using my Coconut-Lime Sugar Scrub. I’ve been breaking it out every day because the smell of it takes me straight to the beach. Pure relaxation. Besides having the most wonderful smell, it also makes my hands incredibly soft.

It’s all natural and made with coconut oil, sugar, Young Living lime essential oil and a little bit of coconut. Melt your coconut oil and stir the rest in – it’s that easy. It’s so much better than products that have toxic chemicals, and when something like this is so easy to make why would you not make it yourself!

This makes a great gift! A little goes a long way with sugar scrub, so you could put it into two smaller jars and keep one and make your friend’s day by giving them one. Trust me – you would both have enough to last a long time. Even if you are everyday users like me.

If you aren’t familiar with essential oils and want to learn what they are…I’m having a Facebook class this Monday night (July 13th). It’s going to be a really fun night and you can learn in the comfort of your own home. Send me an email if you would like an invite! You can also read more about them here.

Coconut Lime Sugar Scrub - with Young Living Essential Oils

Coconut Lime Sugar Scrub


  • 1/4 cup coconut oil, melted
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 2 Tablespoons shredded coconut
  • 15 drops Young Living essential oil


  1. Melt the coconut oil in the microwave. Stir in the sugar until it is mixed together well. Stir in the coconut and Young Living lime essential oil. Makes about 1 cup of sugar scrub.


Don't have essential oils to use? You need some - your life will never be the same. Until you get some, you can make this recipe and leave it out and add some lime zest. It won't have as strong of a lime smell, but it would still work the same.

Recipe slightly adapted from The Idea Room

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