How to: Salt and Pepper Shower Shaker


Jade Forest Co. said…
Excellent post Lise! This is genius
Unknown said…
Love the way you come up with products that are "outside the box". It sounds like a great idea and I'll definitely give it a go.

Unknown said…

Hi Lise

Just love how you are so inventive and creative .

I am definitely trying this out. A thank you for sharing.
This sounds delightful Lise. ♥️

Sharon. @TSS.
I love this idea but in the interest of less waste would a glass jar work just as well? I’ll have to give it a try, the addition of grated coconut butter sounds wonderful for the skin.
LisaLise said…
@Jade Forest Co. : aww thank you!

@Unknown: Thank you kindly! Sometimes weird ideas work but sometimes they are a complete fail! :)

@Unknown: I am happy to share and so flattered that there are people willing to read about what I am doing. Thank you for your kind comment-

@Two Sheep Soapery - Thank you Sharon!

@Bella Angel Craft :Yes indeed a glass container would be endlessly re-useable. If I weren't afraid of dropping the container myself, I'd probably be using one too. :)
Kate Kahle said…
Hi Lisa,

I always look forward to your emails. I made to salt & pepper shower scrub yesterday. So much fun and feels lovely on the skin. I made my own shaker with a recycled jar and the lid with holes drilled in it. Can’t wait to try with essential oils too. Need to get some natrasorb Bath!! I’ll let you know how I get on. Thanks for the inspiration. Kate x
LisaLise said…
HI Kate - Thanks for your kind comment! I look forward to hearing how your shaker turns out with the Natrasorb. :D