Write for Us
Lemon and Raw Sugar Scrub
For my recipes
and healthy options and tips on
This zesty scrub is chemical free and gives you smooth feeling skin.
Lemons are high in vitamin C and citric acid, potent antioxidants, that will brighten and clear the skin. The coconut oil will hydrate your skin and make it feel soft.
This scrub is quick to prepare, smells amazing, and makes a great gift.
Uses and benefits:
The citric acid in lemon and sugar
and removes dead skin.
Treats dandruff naturally
- massage into the scalp, leave for 1/2 hour (up to overnight) and wash out with shampoo.
- L-ascorbic acid in vitamin C is a potent antioxidant and anti-ageing ingredient.
Acne prone skin
- lemon removes excess oil secretions and bacteria that cause pimples.
moisturisers and softens
Vitamin C and citric acid can
in the form of melasma (light/dark brown blotches and patches) or freckles.
2 1/2 cups
This scrub will make you skin silky smooth and smells great
2 3/4 cups raw sugar
1/4 cup coconut oil (melted)
1 lemon, finely zested and juiced
You will need
Jars with lids
Put 2 1/2 cups of raw sugar, coconut oil, lemon zest and juice in a bowl and stir to combine.
Gradually add more sugar, 1 tablespoon at a time, until the mixture reaches the desired consistency and is not too wet.
Combine the ingredients and addmore sugar until desired consistency reached
Spoon into jars and store in the fridge between use.
DIY turmeric facial scrub
Homemade lime coconut body scrub
Ginger and cinnamon body scrub
Skin-softening salt and mint scrub
I like this Article
More Articles by
Proactive Health #2 Kick start and energise your body with breakfast. Why it matters.
6 minutes motivational clip to kick start your day
Motivational clips and inspirational quotes are a great way to reduce depression, anxiety and help y...
Gluten Free Mulberry and Coconut Muffins
These quick muffins have juicy mulberries and tasty coconut that make them a moist and fluffy treat...
Introducing the Proactive Health series
Take control of your own health, to be the best and healthiest version of you in the new **Proactive...
Health benefits of sunflower seeds
Sunflower “seeds” or kernels are mini nutrient powerhouses and eating a small portion can have a big...
Melasma - what it is caused by and what you can do about it
Melasma is the brown patches of pigmentation on the cheeks, upper lip and forehead formed on the ski...
view all articles by Naomi
on Other Hubs
Peri Peri Chicken, Avo Lime Mayo And Sweet Potato Chips
Date Night Chocolate Strawberries
Submit a Comment
Moroccan Chickpea Stew
This is a delicious budget friendly family dinner that’s packed full of goodness
Beat The Treats
Sometimes it's nice to eat a meal without grains, although that isn't always easy to do
Super fried rice
I love fried rice, but since finding out I have coeliac disease the take-away kind is off the menu
Rainbow Salad in a jar
Prepare this clever salad several days ahead for work, or to take on an outdoor picnic
Cheesy quinoa rissoles
These nutritious rissoles are ridiculously tasty, easy to make, and will be a huge hit with the whol...
Coconut Cacao Balls Recipe
These delicious little balls of chocolatey goodness are not only gluten and dairy free, they're pack...
Health Calendar - December 2019
The following dates are in the Australian Health Calendar for December 2019: * 1 December - World...
Pear and oat muffins
These pear and oat muffins are easy to make and a tasty addition to increase fibre into your diet
5 ways to be kind to your skin
As a health-conscious individual, you probably care about what goes on, as much as you care about wh...
Proactive Health #3 Switch up your diet and reduce fatigue
The type and quality of food we eat impacts our not just our health but our fatigue levels
Natural Cures & Prevention
Self Help & Improvement
Exercise & Fitness
Complementary and Alternative Medicines
Natural Weight Loss
Pregnancy and Birth
Personal Journey Stories
Quick Tips for an Awesome Pregnancy and Birth
Work Life Balance
Books We Love