How do you make a commercial scrub?

How do you make a commercial scrub?

Honey sugar body scrub

  1. Warm a jar of honey in the microwave. It should be runny but not too hot.
  2. Put a bit of the honey into a small bowl.
  3. Add about two table spoons of the oil, you have chosen.
  4. Add half cup of sugar.
  5. Mix all of it well.
  6. Package into containers and watch them sell out like hot cakes!

Is sugar scrub business profitable?

You can earn a lot of profits with our products. There is a high global demand for sugar scrubs. All it takes is for you to make a wholesale purchase from us to potentially be the top exporter of the product.

What is the best sugar to use for body scrub?

Regular granulated sugar makes the best all-purpose scrub, as in my Citrus Hand and Body Scrub. Part of the fun of using Coconut Oil is the fact that it melts at 75-77 F° (25-26 C°), which means it’s the closest thing to a thermometer in your pantry.

How do I sell whipped sugar scrubs?


  1. ½ cup coconut oil.
  2. ¼ cup sugar.
  3. ¼ cup pink sugar (¼ cup sugar and 1 drop of red food coloring, mixed)
  4. 5-6 drops peppermint essential oil.

Can you make money selling scrubs?

Because scrubs are needed at clinics and hospitals, there is always a need for medical professionals in any group. Therefore, a market for scrubs, those who sell them, will make excellent profits. Starting a scrubs company is possible online, rather than in a traditional retail environment.

How much does it cost to make a sugar scrub?

I estimate the total cost for my 16 jars with ALL ingredients would be approximately $35, or $2.19 per jar! Still a very inexpensive gift! Easy to make, 3-Ingredient Homemade Sugar Scrub will exfoliate and hydrate dry skin all winter long! It makes a simple and delightful handmade gift for anyone this holiday season!

Which is better salt scrub or sugar scrub?

Sugar doesn’t dry out the skin, so it’s a good option for people who have naturally dry skin. Salt has sharper edges than sugar, which means that these scrubs are more abrasive. If your skin is rough and needs to be smoothed, then you might consider salt instead of sugar.