DIY Pomegranate Body Scrub & Free Printable Labels

DIY Pomegranate Body Scrub Recipe

Body scrubs are an excellent way to moisturize your skin and pamper yourself. They also make a great inexpensive gift. So today I’m sharing this super easy to make pomegranate body scrub along with printable labels. Enjoy!

Ingredients for DIY Pomegranate Body Scrub

1 C. Coconut Oil

½ C. Sugar

½ Package of pomegranate seeds (found in the produce section)

4-5 (4 oz.) Jelly jars

Instructions

#1. Using a blender puree ½ the package of pomegranate seeds (mixture will be chunky). This will give you enough juice for the nice pink color as well and the pomegranate particles to add to your scrub.

#2. In a medium size bowl, combine the coconut oil, sugar, pomegranate puree and mix well.

Pomegranate Body Scrub
#3. Add the scrub to your 4 oz. jelly jars.

#4. Print and cut out the labels and place on the lid; the metal ring will hold the label in place. **For a more rustic look, you could also use a hole puncher to punch a hole in the top of the label – loop through with twine and tie around the lid.

DIY Pomegranate Body Scrub
*Makes 4-5 4 oz. Jelly jars. The recipe can also be made smaller or larger depending on how much you would like to make.

Click on the image below to print the labels.

Pomegranate Scrub Labels

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About Jesenia Montanez

Jesenia is the blogger behind The Latina Homemaker where she shares homemaking tips, frugal living advice, delicious recipes and everything in between. She is a God loving, happy wife, mom of 3, that loves indulging in a delicious cup of coffee paired with a great book. When she's not spending time with her family or blogging, she is busy helping others grow their online presence.

Comments

  1. says

    I was just talking to my fiancé about homemade body scrubs. Thanks for posting this one I’ll definitely have to try it. All I need is the pomegranate seeds. Everything else I have in the house. That’s the joy of these body scrubs, you usually have all the ingredients at home. Stopping in from SITS Saturday.

  2. says

    I wish I could use this. My skin is so sensitive and it loves to freak out on me. I’m stopping by from SITS. I hope your having a great Saturday!

  3. says

    Visiting from #SitsSharefest. I love making my own scrubs, and I’ve not ever used pomegranate. Definitely doing this and probaVisiting from the SITSaturday Blog Comment venture. I love making my own scrubs, and I’ve not ever used pomegranate. Definitely doing this and probably gifting it to a few friends. I like the labels you’ve created and appreciate that they’re printable. Taxes first then making scrub!bly gifting it to a few friends. I like the labels you’ve created and appreciate that they’re printable. Taxes first then making scrub!

    • Jesenia Montanez says

      Hi Cassie! No it does not. If your home is very warm during the summer months you may want to consider placing it in the fridge since the coconut oil could turn into liquid. However, it’s unusual unless your home is very warm.

  4. says

    I can’t buy a Package of pomegranate seeds in my supermarket. Can I use fresh seeds straight from the fruit?

  5. Jamie says

    Hi Jesenia, Thank you so much for sharing this recipe, it sounds wonderful!! I can’t wait to try it!! However
    I do have a question, do you know how long of a shelf life this body scrub has?

    • Jesenia Montanez says

      Hi Jamie! I’ve heard up to 12 months at room temperature. However, I’ve never made an amount large enough to last that long so I wouldn’t personally know for sure. Hope that helps a little bit!

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