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DIY Orange Mango Sugar Scrub

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Powered by Mom’s DIY Orange Mango Sugar Scrub

We love natural products and when they’re as easy to make as this DIY Orange Mango Sugar Scrub we love them even more!

I love that I also already had all of these ingredients on hand and if you start making your own orange mango sugar scrub it will be quick and easy once you have all of the ingredients. The nice thing about sugar scrubs is you can change up the the scents. If you don’t have fresh oranges on hand you can try using an essential oil like orange, lemon or whatever you prefer.

Orange Mango Sugar Scrub #3

My favourite essential oils are doTERRA essential oils and products. If you want more information on doTERRA feel free to contact me or if you want to buy some GO HERE.

Now doesn’t that look incredibly easy? As you can see from the video it really is that easy so you can be on your way to making your own sugar scrubs to have on hand whenever you want. It’s so much better than buying ones that might have questionable ingredients in them. I store mine in the fridge and take it out when I want to use it. It’s perfect for renewing your skin, my hands always feel so soft after a sugar scrub and they smell good too.

Let’s get on to sharing the full directions now shall we?

Yield: 12 oz

Orange Mango Sugar Scrub

Prep Time 9 minutes
Total Time 9 minutes


  • ½ cup Freeze Dried Mangos
  • 1½ cup Brown Sugar
  • 1 cup Organic Virgin Coconut Oil (room temperature)
  • 15 drops Orange Essential oil/extract
  • 4 tbsp. Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice


  1. Using a blender, blend freeze-dried mangos for at least 10 seconds or until crushed.
  2. Combine crushed mango and brown sugar in medium mixing bowl.
  3. Add room temperature coconut oil to mixture. Stir until all ingredients are evenly distributed.
  4. Add orange essential oil/extract and fresh orange juice to sugar mixture. Stir well until completely combined.
  5. Store in mason jar with tightly sealed lid.
  6. Tip #1: use organic ingredients.
  7. Tip #2: works as an exfoliator and moisturizer.

Nutrition Information:

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 0Total Fat: 0g

There you have it now you can make your own Orange Mango Sugar Scrub with all natural ingredients. I recommend using organic ingredients only if you can but either way at least there’s nothing bad in this. After all you want to take care of your skin and this is an easy and inexpensive way to do so. I also love giving these as gifts. Do up some cute mason jars and decorate them and these are perfect as part of a spa and beauty basket, baby shower, wedding shower and so much more.

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By on March 22nd, 2016

About Powered by Mom

I’m Michelle aka Powered by Mom. I’m married with one daughter, my hubby was my high school sweetheart, our two dogs Nyx and Cleo and our cat Oliver. As you can see we’re a family of animal lovers. We love to travel when we can, try different food and activities all over the world and enjoy being together. My passions are writing, travelling, creating new recipes, encouraging people to adopt not shop and just to enjoy life while we can.

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51 thoughts on “DIY Orange Mango Sugar Scrub”

  1. tThis sounds like something my daughter and I could do together in preparation for our mini spa days at home.

  2. i have saved this recipe. looks like something i could sure use for my skin and i love all the ingredients that go into making this. thanks for a nice scrub 🙂

  3. I didn’t know sugar scrubs were so easy to make, I’ll have to make some this weekend so I can start saving money on these.

  4. I love how soft my skin is after using a sugar scrub. I’d keep this in the kitchen to rid my hands of garlic and onion smells!

  5. I like all natural and I like DIY things too, both covered here…this sounds so good to use, I bet it even tastes good 🙂

  6. Thanks for the DIY. I have been wanting to make a scrub and this sounds like it would be perfect!! Love all the natural ingredients!! Thinking this will be a great project for me and my bff this weekend!!

  7. This rub looks awesome and I’m sure it smells even better. So easy to make would be an awesome gift to give to that person who has every thing.

  8. This looks good enough to eat! I have been wanting to get into essential oils. This seems like a perfect project for a beginner like me. Thanks for sharing and making a video!

  9. Hmm, the mangos, oranges and brown sugar are all things I love to eat so I don’t think I could make a sugar scrub out of them. Oh well there are other things I could use in a sugar scrub. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  10. I just use what is on hand.Buy real cheap white sugar,add vanilla,olive oil,and add that to my face clothe when I shower!

  11. I am not the best at DIY, but I think I want to try this one. I am interested in seeing if this could help me with my skin. Trying to go with natural remedies before going to chemical if possible. 🙂

  12. I love this recipe you have to help exfoliate . I am glad you had a video on how to because this really helped me and
    I am so looking forward to making some for me and my girls.

  13. This sounds great and easy to make. I am sure it smells lovely. I will be giving this a try soon. Thank you so much for sharing

  14. I really like this! Never thought about using my NutriBullet for anything other than soups and smoothies! Thanks for sharing!


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