Green Tea Face Scrub Project

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Skill Level: Beginner
Time: 30 minutes
Yield: 4 jars of scrub

Project Description

This scrub is made with biodegradable jojoba beads for gentle exfoliation.

This Green Tea Face Scrub is easy to make thanks to our Facial Lotion Base. It's a gentle and hydrating combination of aloe liquid, green tea seed oil, and squalane oil. In this project, we transformed it into a scrub by adding biodegradable jojoba beads. The round shape of the beads is perfect for face scrubs - they exfoliate without scratching the skin. 

A touch of sea clay and spinach powder are added for color, and green tea extract adds extra moisture. We recommend using this scrub on clean, damp skin. We left the scrub unscented, but you can add any fragrance or essential oil of your choice. 

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Supplies

5 Ingredients
1 Tools
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All 6 Items :
Facial Lotion Base - 16 oz
Facial Lotion Base - 16 oz Item#: M900178
$12.99
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$12.99
White Jojoba Beads- Medium - 1 oz
White Jojoba Beads- Medium - 1 oz Item#: IB002089
$3.99
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$7.98
Sea Clay - 1 oz
Sea Clay - 1 oz Item#: IB002583
$2.00
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$2.00
Spinach Powder - 3 oz
Spinach Powder - 3 oz Item#: IB002658
$3.79
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$3.79
Green Tea Extract - 1 oz
Green Tea Extract - 1 oz Item#: IB000353
$4.25
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$4.25
4 oz Hexagon Jar - 4 Jars
4 oz Hexagon Jar - 4 Jars Item#: IB003708
$7.99
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$7.99

Instructions

Green Tea Face Scrub Project

  • Skill Level: Beginner
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Yield: 4 jars of scrub

This Green Tea Face Scrub is easy to make thanks to our Facial Lotion Base. It's a gentle and hydrating combination of aloe liquid, green tea seed oil, and squalane oil. In this project, we transformed it into a scrub by adding biodegradable jojoba beads. The round shape of the beads is perfect for face scrubs - they exfoliate without scratching the skin. 

A touch of sea clay and spinach powder are added for color, and green tea extract adds extra moisture. We recommend using this scrub on clean, damp skin. We left the scrub unscented, but you can add any fragrance or essential oil of your choice. 

You will need:

  • Four 4 oz. Hexagon Jars
  • 15 oz. Facial Lotion Base
  • 2 oz. White Jojoba Beads, Medium
  • 0.5 oz. Green Tea Extract
  • 1 tsp. Sea Clay
  • 1 tsp. Spinach Powder

Follow these steps:

1

Place 15 ounces of Facial Lotion Base into a medium heat-safe container. Microwave using 20-30 second bursts until the lotion is about 140° F. 





2

Add 0.5 ounces of green tea extract and whisk until thoroughly combined.



3

Add 1 teaspoon of sea clay and 1 teaspoon of spinach powder. Stick blend until everything is combined and there are no clumps. Tip: If you don't want to use a stick blender, disperse the sea clay and spinach powder into the extract before adding - this helps get rid of clumps.

4

Whisk in 2 ounces of jojoba beads until completely combined. Pour or spoon into jars and allow the scrub to cool without the cap for about 1 hour. Place the lid on and enjoy. We recommend using on clean, damp skin. 

Tutorial credits

Photographer: Amanda Kerzman

Green Tea Face Scrub Project

  • Skill Level: Beginner
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Yield: 4 jars of scrub

This Green Tea Face Scrub is easy to make thanks to our Facial Lotion Base. It's a gentle and hydrating combination of aloe liquid, green tea seed oil, and squalane oil. In this project, we transformed it into a scrub by adding biodegradable jojoba beads. The round shape of the beads is perfect for face scrubs - they exfoliate without scratching the skin. 

A touch of sea clay and spinach powder are added for color, and green tea extract adds extra moisture. We recommend using this scrub on clean, damp skin. We left the scrub unscented, but you can add any fragrance or essential oil of your choice. 

You will need:

  • Four 4 oz. Hexagon Jars
  • 15 oz. Facial Lotion Base
  • 2 oz. White Jojoba Beads, Medium
  • 0.5 oz. Green Tea Extract
  • 1 tsp. Sea Clay
  • 1 tsp. Spinach Powder

Follow these steps:

1

Place 15 ounces of Facial Lotion Base into a medium heat-safe container. Microwave using 20-30 second bursts until the lotion is about 140° F. 





2

Add 0.5 ounces of green tea extract and whisk until thoroughly combined.



3

Add 1 teaspoon of sea clay and 1 teaspoon of spinach powder. Stick blend until everything is combined and there are no clumps. Tip: If you don't want to use a stick blender, disperse the sea clay and spinach powder into the extract before adding - this helps get rid of clumps.

4

Whisk in 2 ounces of jojoba beads until completely combined. Pour or spoon into jars and allow the scrub to cool without the cap for about 1 hour. Place the lid on and enjoy. We recommend using on clean, damp skin. 

Tutorial credits

Photographer: Amanda Kerzman

You will need:

  • Four 4 oz. Hexagon Jars
  • 15 oz. Facial Lotion Base
  • 2 oz. White Jojoba Beads, Medium
  • 0.5 oz. Green Tea Extract
  • 1 tsp. Sea Clay
  • 1 tsp. Spinach Powder

Follow these steps:

1

Place 15 ounces of Facial Lotion Base into a medium heat-safe container. Microwave using 20-30 second bursts until the lotion is about 140° F. 





2

Add 0.5 ounces of green tea extract and whisk until thoroughly combined.



3

Add 1 teaspoon of sea clay and 1 teaspoon of spinach powder. Stick blend until everything is combined and there are no clumps. Tip: If you don't want to use a stick blender, disperse the sea clay and spinach powder into the extract before adding - this helps get rid of clumps.

4

Whisk in 2 ounces of jojoba beads until completely combined. Pour or spoon into jars and allow the scrub to cool without the cap for about 1 hour. Place the lid on and enjoy. We recommend using on clean, damp skin. 

Tutorial credits

Photographer: Amanda Kerzman

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