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How To: Compose your own Scrub with Infused Oils and Herbs

I've done about a trillion of these simple scrubs lately.

You: exaggerate much, Lise?

Well, ok, lots and lots.

They're quite old fashioned, and that's part of the appeal. But before you think "oh no! Not that old fashioned greasy stuff?!", let me give you a little spoiler alert: there are a couple of things you can do to make the old fashioned 'oil and exfoliant scrub' rinse off more easily and feel less greasily.

If you already make your own herbal infusions, you're well on the way, but even if you don't, there is a workaround for that too.

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