Saint Patrick’s Day is just around the corner…it’s time to have a little Irish fun! This Saint Patrick’s Day sugar scrub won’t keep you from getting pinched, but it sure will make your skin baby butt smooth. Plus, its fun to make with the kids, and they will love using green body scrub!
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What is Saint Patrick’s Day? Something to Teach the Kids
Even though we all get dressed up in green and look for our lucky shamrock, Saint Patrick’s Day is actually a religious day.
Saint Patrick was a patron saint of Ireland. He was kidnapped at 16, but had a heart to turn people towards Christianity. In fact, he established monasteries, churches and schools for this purpose.
He had many legends around him. One of which is that he used the shamrock to teach about the trinity. This may be where we get that the shamrock is lucky?!
Sugar Scrub Supplies:
Most sugar scrub recipes are made with 3-ingredients: sugar, olive oil, and soap colorant. But, this recipe makes your sugar scrub just a little more festive. Here’s what you need:
- ⅔ cup sugar
- ¼ cup olive oil
- 6 drops Kiwi Soap Colorant
- 1-2 tablespoons St. Patrick’s Day sprinkles
How to Make Saint Patrick’s Day Sugar Scrub
This DIY sugar scrub recipe is as easy as can be! You can whip it up in three easy steps.
Step 1: In a small bowl, combine sugar, olive oil and soap colorant. Then, you will want to stir well. You may have to knead the ingredients into each other with the back of your spoon.
Step 2: Add in the Saint Patricks Day sprinkles. Then, stir your mixture well.
Step 3: Make sure to store your sugar scrub in airtight jar. You can keep it in the jar for up to 6 months.
More Saint Paddy’s Day Fun
If you liked this fun Saint Patrick’s Day sugar scrub, check out some of our other Saint Paddy’s Day fun!
- Play a game of Leprechaun Slap Jack.
- Whip up a batch of these delicious Saint Patricks Day Oreo Cookies.
- Get crafty with this Saint Patricks Day Leprechaun Rock Painting.
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