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Does anyone have any good suggestions for a pumpkin scrub for the fall? Also, what is the best type of oil to use for homemade scrubs and any place to order a large quantity of it. (if not veg or olive)
Natalie Figorotta-Frank, in NJ
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I have a great pumpkin scrub that is awesome


Pumpkin or Orange Extract
Dried Cranberries
Extra Virgin Olive oil ( This is the best )
Kosher Salt or Sea Salt

Place all ingredients in a blender
I promise you will love it. Email me back and let me know what you think, It smell wonderful!
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Ayanna What are the measurments for these ingedients, it sounds great!! TIA nancyu
2 to 3 tablespoons of Pumpkin or Orange extract

3/4 olive oil

1cup sea or kosher salt

1 or 2 handful of Dried Cranberries

:!: Blend in a blender until the cranberries are blended up :!:

Store in a sealed container until ready for use

Be sure to mix up before you apply to feet
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ok just off the top of my head...

canned pumpkin
brown sugar
e.v. olive oil
and spices, nutmeg, cinnimon, all spice
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Detroit_Nailz Where do you find Pumpkin Extract?
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I have something called "harvest pumpkin scrub:

4 Tbsp. pumpkin puree
1 Tbsp. honey
4 tsp. Cornmeal
2 tsp. aloe vera gel
2 tsp. pineapple, diced
1 tsp. green tea
1/2 tsp. sunflower oil
6 drops frankincense essential oil (optional)
4 drops cinnamon extract (optional)

Steep green tea in boiling water. Set aside to cool. In blender or food processor puree pineapple and place in medium-sized mixing bowl. Add pumpkin, honey and aloe. Mix well. Stir in sunflower oil, green tea and cornmeal. Discard the remaining green tea. Add frankincense and cinnamon. Stir. Apply small amount of pumpkin mask to cheeks, forehead, chin and neck. Massage in circular motions gently buffing skin. Repeat. Apply more product as needed. Leave a thin layer of pumpkin mask on face and neck for 15-20 minutes. Rinse with tepid or cool water and pat dry with soft towel. Follow with appropriate moisturizer. Store remaining mask covered in refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.

Benefits: Pumpkin enzymes dissolve dead skin cells while the cornmeal sweeps them clean. Honey has antimicrobial properties as well as moisturizes and softens. The result is a beautiful glowing complexion. Use this mask as often as you like.

Here's the other one:

Make a pumpkin papaya face mask by mashing pumpkin pulp with fresh papaya, honey and egg whites. This mask contains natural enzymes to remove the top layer of dead skin and moisturizers to maintain a healthy balance. Try to make a habit of using the mask once a week.


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