Step into the whimsical land of unicorns with this delicious unicorn sugar scrub.
It smells amazing and feels even better when you use it on your skin to exfoliate dead skin cells. Now granted, this is more of a fun sugar scrub you can have a great time creating with your friends and family.
The colors and the smell are probably the best part of it all. I mean, at this point, I’m about ready to start my own sugar scrub shop on Etsy or something, I enjoy making them that much!
Unicorn sugar scrub
The fun thing about sugar scrubs is that you can experiment with them and create all kinds of sweet combinations and ideas. Eventually, I plan on creating more sugar scrub recipes to add to my list (there are so many I just can’t not make I have a few ideas up my sleeve).
For this sugar scrub for instance, you can always add your favorite essential oils to it for good measure. Lavender, Peppermint, or even Ylang Ylang are a great choice.
How to get the ‘unicorn’ look
it looks a lot more complicated than it is, but if you want to successfully create an eye catching unicorn sugar scrub it’s all in two things:
- How you pile up your colors
- And how their consistency sits with each other to get the swirly effect
Let me explain. For this sugar scrub recipe I used three colors: pink, purple, and blue.
But I could’ve definitely used only pink and blue and it would have looked just as amazing. To make your colors look like they’re swirling into each other but not really mixing what you need to do is patiently use a small spoon to scoop in a little bit of each color at a time.
Once you do this and you fill your mason jar, you’ll start to see the colors come together. Now, if your sugar scrub mixes are a little more on the drier side, one thing you can do is add a bit (just a bit) of water to the jar and let it trickle down throughout the jar.
This will help your sugar scrub melt into more of a swirly effect. Genius, right?!
How did I make the 3D unicorn star?
The 3D stars are super easy to make once you get the hang of them. All you have to do is fold your favorite colored paper a certain way and add one cut with your scissors.
Yep, only one cut. To learn how to make 3D paper stars with detailed directions, check out the tutorial here!
More unicorn themed DIY
Learn how to make this delicious hot chocolate recipe a la unicorn style!
How to make unicorn popcorn complete with a free unicorn themed popcorn tub template.
This was a bit of an experiment with chia seed pudding that turned out great.
Need a quick unicorn invitation template? I’ve got three different once you can choose from to download instantly for free!
I couldn’t get enough of these unicorn party favors when I made them. Check out the full tutorial.
Unicorn DIYs don’t have to be complicated, just try this 5 minute idea!
If you love all things unicorn, then try these templates for your next craft project: free unicorn stickers, invitation templates, signs, wallpaper, and more.
You might just have to bookmark this one to come back to for unicorn themed ideas.
DIY Unicorn sugar scrub
Unicorn Sugar Scrub
- 1 Cup White sugar
- 1 Drops pink skin safe food coloring
- 1-2 Drops blue skin safe food coloring
- 1 Drop purple skin safe food coloring
- 3 Tbsp Honey
- Take three separate bowls and fill each with 1/3 of sugar
- Add 1 tablespoon of honey to each
- Add food coloring drops to each and mix well
- If not happy with the consistency, add more honey
- Once mixed, take your favorite mason jar and add a small spoonful at a time of each color
- Play around with it and hold it at an angle, add more of each color or less of another in each layer
- Repeat until you've finished each scrub
- Voila! You've got yourself a unicorn sugar scrub!
- It keeps in the fridge for about a month