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Homemade Oatmeal Body Scrub - This homemade body scrub makes great DIY gifts for moms, teachers, babysitters or yourself!


Wouldn’t it be nice to enjoy a luxurious day at the spa? Well-at least until you get the bill. Ouch! Now, with the help of this homemade oatmeal body scrub, you can enjoy some much needed pampering in the comfort of your own home without maxing out your credit card.

Plus, this homemade oatmeal body scrub makes a great gift for Mother’s Day or for anyone that deserves a little “me” time from friends to family to teachers. For more DIY inspiration, check out these 25 DIY teacher gifts.

You don’t have to be Martha Stewart or a DIY guru to make this homemade Oatmeal Body Scrub. It’s simple and quick to create and you may just have all the ingredients in your pantry.

One of the ingredients in this homemade oatmeal body scrub is coconut oil. If you’re a fan of Dr. Oz or a frequent reader of Freebie Finding Mom, you know that coconut oil has many health and beauty benefits. This homemade oatmeal body scrub is another way to introduce coconut oil into your routine.


Homemade Oatmeal Body Scrub Recipe


1 C. coconut oil
½ C. brown sugar
½ C. finely ground oatmeal
1-2 Tbs. olive oil
4-5 4 oz. Jelly jars


1. Using a blender or food processor pulse/blend the oats until they are a powder-like consistency. You will still have a few small pieces mixed through-out.


2. In a medium size bowl combine the coconut oil, brown sugar, olive oil, ground oats and mix well.


3. Pour the scrub into four or five 4 oz. Jelly jars.

4. Print and cut out the labels and place on the lid; the metal ring will hold the label in place. When stored in an airtight container the scrub will last for approximately 6 months. If there is any separation simply stir the mixture.


This homemade oatmeal body scrub is the perfect gift for anyone that could use a little relaxation – including you! Whip up a batch and go ahead and test it-you know, for quality assurance purposes. :-)


  1. Maria Malaveci says

    I love trying natural health and beauty recipes! This one sounds great and I will definitely be trying it!

  2. alicia says

    Hi. Thanks, I’m going to try. But, I’ve never tried so do you just rub in wet/dry skin then rinse right off?

  3. Misty says

    When making the oatmeal scrub does the coconut oil need to be in a liquid form or its natural state from the jar when combining the ingredients?

    • says

      Hi Kim,

      Typically they will last a couple weeks. If you add a tsp. or so of vitamin E oil not only will you get the benefits from the vitamin but it also acts as a natural preservative and can double its shelf life.

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