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Posted: Saturday, November 27, 2010 5:23 pm | Updated: 2:37 pm, Tue Mar 29, 2011.

Lodi Olive Oil & Sugar Scrub

 Keep your hands soft and smooth through out the holiday season and give those you hold dear a home-made gift of natural and thoughtful self-care. Combine the ingredients below and place in a beautiful jar, wrapped in a gorgeous piece of ribbon. Directions for use: Remove lid and gently stir with fingers. Rub on hands, elbows and feet. Allow to set for at least five and up to ten minutes. Rinse and enjoy silky skin. Repeat weekly or as needed.

1 Cup Lodi Olive Oil

1 Cup Sugar

1 Teaspoon Orange Extract

Make it your own and swap the orange extract out for your favorite flavor. For a stronger scent, use a couple drops of aromatic essential oil.

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