Vanilla Rose Sugar Scrub

Make a batch of this homemade vanilla rose sugar scrub just in time for Mother’s Day with printable labels. This sugar scrub is made with vanilla beans, coconut oil, and vitamin e to help nourish dry hands.

Vanilla Rose Sugar Scrub

Hello friends! I hope you have exciting plans for the weekend. I’ll be indoors avoiding the 95 degree weather until the pool is finished being built for the next two weeks. I can hardly believe Mother’s Day is next weekend. How do the holidays keep sneaking on me? I feel like this year is zooming by! Summer break will be here soon and then I’ll be busy keeping three kids entertained for 3 months. I’m already looking forward to our vacation to San Diego and LegoLand, basically the thought of being back in SoCal has me counting down the days. Speaking of summer, sandal season is definitely here in California. Get your toes ready with a foot soak and exfoliate with a sugar scrub like this vanilla rose scrub recipe. It also makes a lovely Mother’s Day gift, especially paired with a spa gift basket.

This scrub can be made with our without rose petals. When using fresh ingredients like the zest of an orange or roses in this case I tend to use the scrub within two weeks. When the scrub is made primarily with essential oils it can last up to 2 months.

Vanilla Rose Sugar Scrub Recipe

1 – 1 1/2 cup granulated sugar

1/2-3/4 cup coconut or sweet almond oil

10 drops Rose essential oil

1 vanilla bean

1 teaspoon vitamin e oil (optional)

2 small roses, chopped (optional)

Printable Labels

Rose Sugar ScrubCombine sugar, oil, rose essential oil, and vitamin e together. Use a pairing knife to slice the vanilla bean down the center to remove vanilla seeds. Mix vanilla seeds with scrub until fully combined. For added color mix in chopped rose petals. The essential oil will provide enough rose scent, the petals are primarily for appeal because lets face it pink roses are beautiful. Another optional ingredient is the vitamin e oil. Vitamin E is an known as an antioxidant and for it’s anti-aging benefits. Adding the vitamin e is optional and will not affect the recipe. You can find vitamin e at natural food stores, online, or use supplement capsules.

Vanilla Rose Sugar Scrub Recipe - Mother's Day Gifts

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Thanks for stopping by!



  1. Rebecca says

    Love your site :) Where do you get your scrub jars, with the cork top and wooden spoon? Simply adorable!

  2. Marie says

    I love your site!! Can’t wait to try some of your recipes. Where did you find the glass jar for the Vanilla Rose Scrub?

  3. Christie Napier says

    Can dried roses or petals be substituted for fresh ones? For whatever reasons I always collect the buds &/or petals after 1st frost in hopes of DIY’s to use them in.

    • Crystal Owens says

      Definitely! It will have a longer shelf life if you use dried roses instead of fresh. Thanks for stopping by, I hope you enjoy the sugar scrub!

  4. shamonica says

    I love love love this recipe I was trying to peek and see the rise essential oil bottle I’m having a hard time finding one online .. what is the brand?

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