What Can You Make With Dawn Dish Soap and Sugar?

3 Materials
10 Minutes
Living in the Midwest, winters are especially tough on the hands. I'm constantly looking for the perfect way to keep my hands moisturized and soft. I've read and tried various sugar scrubs, but this one that takes only two simple ingredients, that you probably have around your house right now, is my favorite!
So, gather up your supplies: Dawn Hand Renewal Dish Soap with Olay (in your favorite fragrance), white sugar and some jars. Now we're ready to make some of the best Sugar Hand Scrub ever!!

If you're going to make this Sugar Hand Scrub as a gift, you might want to gather up some twine or ribbon and gift labels (you can download labels from The Birch Cottage blog).
You can either prepare a jar at a time or a large bowl for larger batches and then pour the scrub into individual jars.
You'll want to be sure to use Dawn Hand Renewal Dish Soap for the best results.
Put the lid on the jar. Affix a label under the ring and tie a ribbon or twine around the ring.
Wasn't that simple? And the results? Amazing! I love this Sugar Hand Scrub. And the boys in my family love it, too. Dawn has a Peach Almond scent right now in the Hand Renewal formula that is a lot less floral and more of a masculine scent.

It really is an easy to make Sugar Hand Scrub and perfect for gift giving any time of the year!
Suggested materials:
  • Dawn Hand Renewal Dish Soap   (Grocery Store)
  • Sugar   (Grocery Store)
  • Canning Jars   (Super Store)
Pam @ The Birch Cottage
Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!
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  • Ori15514181 Ori15514181 on Jun 29, 2021

    Where are the amount please.

  • Darlene Oliver Darlene Oliver on Jun 29, 2021

    They have discontinued the Dawn hand renewal with olay in it is there something else that can replace it?

  • Janice Janice on Jun 29, 2022

    Ok I love this idea. But I'm confused. Just dawn and sugar? Any other kinds of scrubs?

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