Recipe — Strawberry Açaí Lemonade Lip Scrub

Recipe — Strawberry Açaí Lemonade Lip Scrub

Now you get to enjoy the sweet refreshing flavors of this popular summer drink year-round. Use this scrub to exfoliate dry lips, hands, face, or any other areas of the body. This recipe is 100% edible. Makes a delicious gift, too!



Strawberry Açaí Lemonade Lip Scrub

Yield – Approximately 2 oz


3 Tbsp – Organic Cane Sugar
2 Tbsp – Organic Coconut Oil
1/4 tsp – Pure Vitamin E Oil
2 Tbsp – Strawberry Powder
1/4 tsp – Açaí Powder
15-18 drop – Strawberry Extract
15-18 drops – Lemon Extract


In a small bowl, mix together the dry ingredients using a whisk or a sifter. Melt the coconut in the microwave or on the stovetop. Then pour into the dry mixture, along with the Vitamin E and flavor extracts. If the mixture feels too dry, add in more melted coconut oil 1/2 tsp at a time. Also, feel free to adjust the amount of flavor extract based on your personal preference. Remember, the mixture will firm up slightly as it gets to room temp.

Transfer the lip scrub mixture to an air-tight container (here's the link to the tin featured in the video, below). Store in a cool dry place for a shelf life up to 6 months.


We prefer a finer grain sugar. If you can't source cane sugar in a smaller grain, take what you have and blitz it in the food processor a few times to break down the granules. Be sure to not over process the sugar, otherwise you'll wind up with powdered sugar! 

If you can't find strawberry powder, you can grind freeze-dried strawberries in a spice grinder. Any leftover powder can be used for pancakes or smoothies.

For an even texture with no lumps, use a sifter to mix together the dry ingredient.





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