DIY Pumpkin Scrub…..

Pumpkin DIY Scrub

Awe pumpkins…….Isn’t fall/holiday season over run with Pumpkin recipes?  Well, I’m ok with that-the benefits of pumpkin are immense.  If you didn’t catch my Pumpkin Mask post on Primally Inspired go HERE to read up on the amazing benefits of pumpkins on the skin.  Holiday season is fast approaching and many of us have friends and family coming to town along with a bevy of holiday parties and family functions to go to.  Wouldn’t it be nice to start exfoliating our skin and infusing it with vitamins and antioxidants so your skin looks noticeably younger??  I think so! Let’s make a DIY Pumpkin Scrub!

This is a super simple recipe for a scrub that can be used 2-4 times a week.  You can use it all over your body or just your face.  The benefits of pumpkin can do wonders for your whole body!!  All you need is a pumpkin or a can of pumpkin, raw honey, and sugar.

DIY Pumpkin Scrub

1 TBSP Pumpkin (find it HERE)

1/2 TBSP Raw Honey (find it HERE)

2 TBSP Sugar

Mix all ingredients together.  Gently rub on skin.  Rinse with cool water and tone and moisturize as usual.  This scrub can be used as your cleanser.  Honey has wonderful cleansing properties.

This mask works well for all skin types.  If you are experiencing acne or have wounds on your face, a scrub can be too irritating.  Just doing the mask without the sugar would be a better option for your skin.  Exfoliating can be irritating to the skin.  Be very cautious of how your skin feels while you are exfoliating.  LESS IS NOT MORE in this case.  You can damage your skin by exfoliating too much or too hard.  I promise if you gently exfoliate every other day you will see softer skin at the end of the week.  No need to over do it.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this post and are inspired to take care of the skin you have!  With proper nutrition inside and out, your skin has the potential to be beautiful!

xx, Jenni


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DIY Pumpkin Scrub

Jennifer Phillips
Jennifer Phillips

Jennifer Phillips worked as a licensed aesthetician for over 8 years before creating the natural skin care blog, Jenni Raincloud.

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  1. Kelly
    September 10, 2014 / 8:45 am

    Do you have a book of recipes to be purchased?

    September 26, 2020 / 7:50 pm

    Can you use Agave instead of honey?

    Thanks, Lynn

    • Jenni
      September 29, 2020 / 9:37 am

      Lynn-I have never worked with agave but I believe it would be a decent substitute.

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