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Diy Essential Oil Sugar Scrub for Cellulite

DIY Essential Oil Sugar Scrub for Cellulite

Are you forming dimples on your arms and legs that aren’t the cute kind? It’s called cellulite, and all of us ladies have it to some degree. Luckily, we have an answer to the question that’s on all of our minds regarding cellulite. How do you get rid of it? Cellulite Synergy Blend reduces the appearance of cellulite, with essential oils like Black and Pink Pepper, Grapefruit, and Litsea, which tighten and tone the skin. How do you use it, you ask? Here are a few tips on ways to best optimize your use of Cellulite Synergy blend, while nourishing and moisturizing your skin!

Essential Oil Sugar Scrub for Cellulite

You may be thinking, “sweet things are the cause of my cellulite,” but this thing’s so sweet, it does quite the opposite. Sugar scrubs are great, because scrubbing with grainy, coarse sugar helps to remove dead skin, leaving you with softer, healthier skin. The added Coconut oil is also skin nourishing, and moisturizing. Sugar scrubs are fun to make, and give away as a gift or party favor, as well.

What you need:

Jar (about 8 oz.)

1 C. Sugar

⅓ C. Coconut Oil

12 drops Cellulite blend


  1. In a bowl, combine sugar, Coconut oil, and add in Cellulite blend
  2. While showering or bathing, scrub problem areas with the body scrub
  3. Rinse well and enjoy soft, beautiful looking skin!

Note: Use a spoon to scoop out product. Do not get product wet to avoid contamination.


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6 Responses

Edens Garden

February 17, 2020

Hi Haley! We would suggest using a carrier oil to dilute Cellulite prior to topical use. A 3% dilution rate is recommended. We recommend performing a skin patch test prior to liberal topical use to ensure you don’t have sensitivities or irritation to this blend.


February 17, 2020

Hey! What other oils could we use with the cellulite blend? I am new to this. I also have sensitive, acne prone skin. Thank you for reading this!

Edens Garden

February 13, 2019

Hi Beth! You can use either Coconut oil. However, using virgin Coconut oil may cause the scrub to solidify, but you can soften the scrub in the shower or bath.


February 13, 2019

With this mix, would you recommend using the fractionated Coconut Oil that y’all sell or some of the more “solid” coconut oil that is used for baking? Does it really matter? Thanks!

Edens Garden

October 18, 2018

Hi Ashley! You can use white or brown sugar interchangeably. You can also use Avocado instead of Coconut, though it would not be more or less beneficial.

Ashley Sederburg

October 18, 2018

Question: does it matter what kind of sugar (brown or white) and would avocado oil (EGCO) be more beneficial to use instead of coconut oil or not