Superman Body Scrub

Superman Body Scrub

Superman Body Scrub

I am a huge Superman fan, as in anything Superman I have to have. I was browsing Walmart the other day and found these Superman dolls that were around 36 inches tall and yes, I am now the proud owner of a 3-foot tall superman replica. Well, after seeing the latest Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice movie, I needed a relaxing bath. I do not want to spoil anything for anyone but a bath is needed. Oh goodness, my anxiety was so out of wack after this movie. I decided to take my favorite superhero and turn it into a fun bath scrub that could help me relax while my kids think it is super cool to wash with a Superman bath scrub. It is very easy to make that even your kids can join it. Here is how to make it.

Superman Body Scrub

2 C Epsom salt
1 C coconut oil
Red and blue food coloring


-Measure the Epsom salt into a large bowl.
-Measure the coconut oil and place in a microwave safe bowl.
-Heat in the microwave for 2 minutes.
-Combine the Epsom salt and the melted coconut oil and stir until mixed.
-Add an essential oil of your choice traditionally 5 or more drops. I prefer lemon.
-Divide the Epsom salt and oil combination into 2 bowls.
– In the first bowl add several drops of red food coloring.*
-Mix the red food coloring with the Epsom salt mixture until the color is thoroughly blended.
-In the second bowl add several drops of blue food coloring.*
-Mix  the blue food coloring with the Epsom salt mixture until the color is thoroughly blended.
-Choose a container or jar with a lid of your choice.  A Mason jar would look outstanding.
-Layer your prepared scrub with the red on the bottom  and top it off with the blue.

*I love to apply this in the bath tub and scrub away my worries as well as any dead skin on my body.*

Superman Scrub

Who is your favorite superhero?

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