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Apricot Oil and Sugar Hand Exfoliator posted by Les
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Apricot Oil and Sugar Hand Exfoliator

This recipe is from Secrets of the Spas by Catherine Bardey.
*Sugar abrasion is a popular method for cleaning and stimulating the skin. The apricot oil serves as a natural lubricant, moisturizer and skin rejuvenator.

Ingredients:
1/2 cup granulated sugar
2 tablespoons apricot oil
juice of 1/2 lemon

Procedure:
Combine all of the ingredients together.

To use:
Immediately rub the mixture on your hands. Rinse off with warm water and pat dry. Moisturize.

Les <les AT nailnirvana.com>
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how long should i apply it for. Sounds interesting.

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I think they are available in 8 colors pink, rose, peony, apricot, beige. This is a sugar based ex foliating treatment that smells like orange creamsicles.

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This sounds interesting thanks for the recipe.
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Debbie, If I wanted to bottle this for sale could I add preservetives?

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I think adding preservetives is not good for health.
what you say about it?

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I don't think adding preservatives would be bad for your skin, do you!? I would think it would be ok if you are not injesting it!

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> Apricot Oil and Sugar Hand Exfoliator
>
> This recipe is from Secrets of the Spas by Catherine Bardey.
> *Sugar abrasion is a popular method for cleaning and stimulating the skin.
> The apricot oil serves as a natural lubricant, moisturizer and skin rejuvenator.
>
>
> Ingredients:
> 1/2 cup granulated sugar
> 2 tablespoons apricot oil
> juice of 1/2 lemon
>
> Procedure:
> Combine all of the ingredients together.
>
> To use:
> Immediately rub the mixture on your hands. Rinse off with warm water and pat
> dry. Moisturize.
>
> Les <les AT nailnirvana.com>
> Kenora, ON Canada

This recipe sounds amazing! My mom and sisters decided that we should all have a girls night in so I plan to test this recipe tonight. It would be wonderful if it helped make my mom's hand softer. She has a bad case of dry skin and lotions don't help for long. Thank you for posting this. I will provide reviews later. Big Grin

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