Sharon Hladky: you need to write out and post your recipes too.
Margaret Rogers: Thanks for the sugar scrub recipe. Glad to know it doesn't clog pores.
lmturmenne: It's somehow comforting to see a man doing this. I love P Allen Smith.
Thank you so much.
Michael Hamilton: This is a really good gift idea if you are into making Homemade gifts for
the holidays. Thought I'd share for everyone to try it! Let me know how
it turns out if you do decide to give it a go!
j81jevon: Epsom salt
jaciand lindi: i just squeezed a vcutie or\
Mina EM: Great Idea ! Thank you. Sorry Im not a native speaker and couldnt
understand what kind of salt is it ?
annascraftytrends: THIS IS AWESOME! :D
blondmyk: This is a great gift, and I've actually done the bath salts before. One
problem though...The bath salts actually went bad after only three months.
They quite literally stank the high heaven when the bottle was opened. Is
there some sort of preservative that can be used to extend the life of the
bath salts, or did I just make it wrong?
jaciand lindi: could I use an sugar
JudythJ60: What great gifts! For anytime of the year! I am definitely going to make
Zeta Bittman: Thank you so much! My family and I LOVE these! I have recently been having
trouble with myskin but after using thess my skin is so much better
jaciand lindi: I just squeezed a cutie orange
Jeana Malachowski: Forgot to mention that this is a recipe for the bath salts, not the scrub.
caylastar111: That's funny!!!! LOL :)
jailybuglovsyou: you sound like forest gump....great video i made the bath salts an they
blondmyk: I'd not heard of the sugar scrub recipe before though...Thanks for sharing.
I will certainly give it a try!
katie jade: Can you use normal salt instead of Epsom salt? I'm going o try this thanks
xoHamsterCare101xo: FIRST!!!! Great video :D
jaciand lindi: can I use regular oil
The Fabulousness: sugar and honey lasts for years... so for long :D
PotterWatchIsh79: Is citrus oil, like citrus extract?
CDACRB123: Gr8 video. U make everything seem so easy!!!
Mina EM: Update: Ive made both for about 10 girls and women different age for xmas.
Used nice lil jar´s and hanger. All !! of them tried it until now and they
want more :-) They all are happy, from a 10 year old girl to a 87 year
young granny :-)) Thank you again for the recipe. Would like to see more of
that selfmade stuff. greetings from germany and a happy new year for all of
inthepalace: nice gift idea. I will make it and give to my friends. thank you Allen
jaciand lindi: cane sugar
Mina EM: Thank you :-)
Jamie Mills: Do you know the shelf life of these two? Just wondering. Can I make it now
and use it for Christmas gifts in 3 months? Loved this video. Can't wait to
Carol Thompson: Beautiful. I want to try both of these. Thanks.
scrapbookbowler: I actually made some bath salts for gifts this past Christmas. Thery were
called Candy Cane Bath Salts, and you tinted half red so when you
alternated the white/red in the jar, it looked like a candy cane. It was
super easy to make, super affordable, and everyone loved them.!!
LubieChili: I just did a sugar scrub for my sister on the St. Nicholas day - in Poland
it is today. She was delighted.
Kit Johnson: Awesome
Jennifer Cullen: I'm going to try this thank you. Two question tho if you don't use honey
can you use something else and how long do they last :) Thanks again
Norma Mejia: great idea
Jeana Malachowski: His Garden to Table website uses sea salt. Place in a food processor: 1 cup
fine sea salt ¼ cup coarse sea salt ¼ cup dried herbs (lavender, mint, and
lemon balm are good choices), Blend until the mix is powdery, about one
minute Pour mixture into a bowl and add 1/4 cup baking soda. Whisk to
combine all the ingredients. Transfer to an airtight container and store in
a cool, dry place. Since I can't enter web addresses you can google for the
Aletheia Mohn: Could we use normal salt instead of Epsom salt? And what if I do my scrubs
in the shower and the sugar melts really quilckly?
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