Cleansing Orange Spice Salt Scrub
Recipe type: Scrub
Serves: 4-5 Four ounce jars
Scented with a combination of orange and spice, this salt scrub smells like the holidays.
  • 4-5 4 oz. Plastic Bail Jars
  • 24 oz. Fine Grained Dead Sea Salt
  • 3 oz. Stephenson Liquid Soap Concentrate Base
  • 1 oz. Olive Oil Pure
  • 2 Tbs. Orange Peel
  • .5 tsp. Racing Stripe Orange Mica
  • 5 mL 10X Orange Essential Oil
  • 4 mL Cinnamon Sticks Fragrance Oil
  • Dash of ground cinnamon (optional)
  1. In a large mixing bowl, add the fine grained Dead Sea salt. Add the orange peel to the salt and stir to mix in. Add the Racing Stripe Orange Mica and stir until completely blended.
  2. In a small container, mix together the Stephenson Liquid Soap Concentrate and the olive oil. The mixture will soon turn into a creamy, opaque color.
  3. Add the liquid soap mixture to the dry ingredients and stir until completely combined. If you prefer a more liquid scrub, feel free to add more Liquid Soap Concentrate or olive oil.
  4. Add the Cinnamon Sticks Fragrance Oil and 10X Orange Essential Oil and stir until completely combined. If you'd like to add ground cinnamon, add a dash to the mixture and stir until completely combined. I didn't measure exactly how much I added, but it was about ¼ to ½ tsp. of ground cinnamon.
  5. Transfer the scrub into jars, using a spoon to press the scrub into the jar to fill completely. Enjoy! I recommend using this scrub on the hands, feet and legs. Fine grained Dead Sea salt is a little bit harsh for the face. =)
NOTE ABOUT PRESERVATIVES: Because this scrub does not contain any water, I did not add a preservative to this scrub. In addition, liquid soap has a pH that does not allow for bacteria or mold to grow. That being said, if you wanted to be on the extra safe side you could use an oil soluble preservative like Optiphen in this recipe at 1%. Click here to learn more about preservatives.
Recipe by Soap Queen at