DIY Vanilla Latte Sugar Scrub

DIY Vanilla latte sugar scrubI love coffee. I don’t love it specifically for the caffeine either. I actually enjoy the smell and taste of it. I was planning to make sugar scrub this week since I haven’t made any in a while and decided to make a coffee-scented scrub. It smells wonderful and would make a great gift for the coffee lover in your life. Especially if they’re always on the move and could use some extra pampering.

If you plan to give the DIY vanilla latte sugar scrub as a gift, I wanted to make sure you could go the whole nine yards, soooooo I made you some cute labels for your jar. The rectangular label is 4×2″ and the round label is 4×4″.  You pick which one you’d like. Or maybe you want both because you plan to make more than one jar of these??

sugar scrub materials

Things You Will Need:
Glass jar
2 cups Sugar
1/2 cup Coffee
3/4 cup Coconut oil
2 capfuls Vanilla extract

foot scrub ingredients



Step 1
Add all of the dry ingredients in a bowl and mix well.

Then, melt the coconut oil in the microwave and add the vanilla to it.

Pour the coconut oil and vanilla into the dry ingredients.

Mix the ingredients very well.

coffee scented foot scrub

Step 2
Pour the sugar scrub into your jar.

Vanilla latte sugar scrub label (rectangular)

Vanilla latte sugar scrub label (round)

Step 3
Pick your choice of label, print it out, and stick it to your jar.

I used double sided tape to apply my label, but if you have label paper you could always print it on there.

DIY Vanilla latte sugar scrub


(Ignore my bad label in the picture. My printer blows.)

Now you have your own coffee-scented sugar scrub. It smells good enough to eat. Actually, you could eat it if you wanted to.

Enjoy it, and be sure to let me know which label you prefer! I have a few more sugar scrubs planned and will make you labels for all of those as well.



10 thoughts on “DIY Vanilla Latte Sugar Scrub

    • Well, you likely have the sugar home. I have coffee and coconut oil I can give you, so really all you would have to pay for is a jar. You can probably find one at the dollar store. If not, get one at a craft store for a few $$. I would say altogether that it didn’t cost more than $5.

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