Mmmm, fall. That semi-mythical time of year that my husband only sort of believes in! As I wrote the other week, I’m really trying to do a few seasonal projects this year, even if they don’t feel particularly in-season for where we live, to help me keep track of time. I absolutely love fall and I can’t wait to finally show my husband the Smokey Mountains in their fall splendor next year! Until then I’ll have to make do with fall-themed projects, though, so I decided to put together a roundup of sugar scrub recipes for fall. There are a gazillion pumpkin pie spice sugar scrub recipes out there, so I looked long and hard to find a few different ones to share!
This orange clove sugar scrub from Dear Crissy combines two of my favorite fall/winter scents.
Happiness is Homemade always has delicious looking sugar scrub recipes and this spiced apple cider sugar scrub is no exception.
The cranberry orange sugar scrub from Suburbia Unwrapped looks like another delicious combination.
Doesn’t the picture of this vanilla pumpkin sugar scrub from Simply Stacey make you want to make up a batch ASAP? It looks so warm and inviting!
We all know that one person who really loves candy corn and thinks it’s delicious. This candy corn sugar scrub from This Worthey Life would be the perfect gift for them.
This chocolate sugar scrub from The Idea Room looks like a great way to get your Halloween candy fix if candy corn just isn’t your thing.
I always try really hard to not feature the same blogger more than once in the same roundup, but I just couldn’t resist this maple pumpkin sugar scrub also from Dear Crissy.
This coffee sugar scrub from A Pumpkin & a Princess reminds me of holding a warm cup of coffee on a cool November morning last fall.
And, of course, I have to give a shout out to my own cinnamon latte sugar scrub recipe. This one was a favorite at home for months!
I hope you enjoyed this relatively pumpkin-free sugar scrub recipes for fall roundup! Pumpkin spice has its place, but I thought a dozen versions of basically the same thing would be a bit boring.
What scents or flavors to you associate most with fall?
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