Honey Sea Salt Body Scrub

This Honey Sea Salt Body Scrub is the perfect solution for cleaning those stuck on messes (like paint) off little hands.

It never fails that my children come home from school with their latest art project displayed on their entire body from head to toe. From paints to markers to clay, they’ve come home from school covered in it all.

For the most part, I can get them in the shower and scrub it off. But it’s inevitable that there will still be paint or markers in their little fingerprints. By using this Honey Sea Salt Body Scrub, I’m able to get those stuck on messes without rubbing their delicate skin raw.

The added scrubbing texture from the sea salt makes it so much easier to remove those stubborn, stuck on messes.

An easy DIY body scrub perfect for hard to remove paints and markers on your hands. All you need is two ingredients for this Honey Sea Salt Body Scrub.

Honey Sea Salt Body Scrub

Honey Sea Salt Body Scrub
  • 2 tablespoons fine sea salt
  • 1.5 teaspoons of honey
Other Items Needed
  • one small container for storage
  1. Simply combine the salt and honey together until you have a thick paste that holds together pretty well. The honey will start to dissolve the salt so you’ll want to use this within a few days depending on the humidity where you live.

If I know we will be getting really dirty, I’ll whip up a batch ahead of time and store it a small metal container. You could also use a round container too. It all depends on personal preference. I would just make sure that if you are going to travel with it, that you find something that will stay closed if thrown in your purse or diaper bag.

An easy DIY body scrub perfect for hard to remove paints and markers on your hands. All you need is two ingredients for this Honey Sea Salt Body Scrub.

Because the honey will start to dissolve the salt over time, just make a small batch that you’ll use within a few days. Anything longer than that and you’ll probably need to throw it away and make a new batch.

An easy DIY body scrub perfect for hard to remove paints and markers on your hands. All you need is two ingredients for this Honey Sea Salt Body Scrub.

With so much chatter about the ingredients we are using in the products we use on our bodies and the food we eat, it’s nice to know that there are only two ingredients in this Honey Sea Salt Body Scrub. Just like the title suggests, it’s only honey and sea salt.

There are no long chemical names that are impossible to spell, let alone pronounce. Just two very natural ingredients, that when combined together, do a pretty darn good job of removing those stuck on art projects on your child’s hands.

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22 thoughts on “Honey Sea Salt Body Scrub”

  1. Robin Rue (@massholemommy) says:

    I love homemade scrubs like this. I bet it smells ah-mazing, too!

  2. MJ. L says:

    This sounds heavenly and so easy to make! Thanks for posting I will be trying this!

  3. Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle says:

    That sounds like a great scrub. I’ve heard that honey is great for your hair, but I didn’t know it was also good for the skin.

  4. Pam says:

    I love trying out homemade body scrubs like this one. They are so luxurious for your skin!

  5. Zaria says:

    So easy to make! I love the idea and I will definitely try it. I always prefer homemade products. Thank you! Zaria

  6. Anjanette Young says:

    What a neat idea, I bet your skin feels amazing after using this. I’m going to try making us some body scrub with lavender. Thank you for sharing.

  7. Lindsey says:

    I make a scrub like this (with a little lemon) for my lips – exfoliation helps me look my best!

  8. Liz Mays says:

    I’m loving this idea. I could use some exfoliation right about now because of all the sun. I need to start putting on sunblock too.

  9. Tammilee Tips says:

    I love to make my own scrubs like this!! My skin gets messed up with the different climates I travel to so this is the perfect way to refresh it.

  10. Monica says:

    What a thoughtful homemade gift to make just in time for mother’s day. My mom and MIL would love this. Beautiful photos too!

  11. Marcie W. says:

    It does not get much easier than a simple two ingredient salt scrub, nor does it get more natural. I am sure even my super sensitive skin would love this!

  12. Tonya says:

    Okay, I need to make this. I’ve also been concerned with the chemicals that are in my beauty products and the problems they could cause. Plus, as I age, I notice that my skin is becoming more sensitive.

  13. Toni | BoulderLocavore says:

    I could use some of this right now! The tailend of winter is always so dry. This sounds great!

  14. Brandy says:

    I love this, must make it with my teen who loves making her own products like this. I bet it smells nice!

  15. Aubrey says:

    I get really dry skin on my legs. This looks like it ould help them before I lotion up.

  16. Lisa says:

    I bet this scrub smells amazing! Two great ingredients for our skin too – thanks!

  17. Christie says:

    I love how simple these ingredients are. I’ve heard of amazing honey benefits for skin, never tried it before

  18. Ann Bacciaglia says:

    Body scrubs are fantastic. I love trying new DIY recipes. I will have to try this one on the weekend.

  19. Veronica says:

    I love the look of that scrub. Sign me up

  20. Stacey says:

    This looks like a fun project. I just had a mini spa day with my niece at home doing a foot scrub together.

  21. Cinny says:

    That looks like a fantastic scrub to make on a girl’s night! Speaking of which, I really need one of those.

  22. Tracy @ Ascending Butterfly says:

    I love exfoliating body scrubs, they always leave my skin feeling soft and smelling great!

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