Mother’s Day Bouquet Coconut Sugar Soap Scrub Bars

18 comments This post may contain paid links. Please read my Full Disclosure Statement for details.

Every mom likes to be pampered, so why not give her a SPA night with this bouquet of Coconut Sugar Soap Scrub bars. They are quick, easy, and make a perfect last minute gift! They are inexpensive and cost a lot less than what you would pay at the stores.

Mothers Day Coconut Oil Sugar Soap Scrub Bars at

These Coconut Sugar Soap Scrub bars exfoliate your skin and provide moisture making your skin feel clean and incredibly soft.

Coconut Oil Sugar Soap Scrub Bars at

All you need is sugar, soap, and coconut oil. Fragrance is optional and not recommended for sensitive skin.

Coconut Oil Sugar Soap #Scrub at

They are gentle enough for daily use.  To use just rub in a circular motion on wet skin and rinse.Perfect for baths and showers, or you can set them by your sink for a quick hand scrub.

Mother’s Day Bouquet Coconut Sugar Soap Scrub Bars

Mother’s Day Bouquet Coconut Sugar Soap Scrub Bars

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Quick and easy Coconut Sugar Soap Scrub bars for last minute gifts or pamper yourself!


  • 1 cup Sugar
  • 1/4 cup Coconut Oil
  • 1/2 cup Melt and Pour Soap Base
  • Mica or food coloring for color
  • 3-4 drops Essential Oil (Optional-Lavender is awesome)
  • Silicone Mold


  1. In a double boiler melt the soap. If you don't have a double boiler use two pans. Fill one pan with water and put on stove to boil, place a smaller pan inside the larger pan and put the soap in the smaller pan to melt. (that's what I did, since I don't have a double boiler)
  2. Prepare your sugar. In a mixing bowl combine sugar, color and oil(s). Mix well.
  3. When soap has melted add to sugar mixture and stir well. Then pour into mold.
  4. You will need to work very quick, because the soap hardens quickly!
  5. Let set 30 minutes to an hour then pop them out of the mold. There is no need to spray the mold with cooking spray. The soap bars will not stick to a silicon mold.
  6. To make the bouquet use cake pop sticks and insert a mini-cupcake liner onto the stick then the soap bar. Fill a small bucket with styrofoam and grass and stick soap bars into bucket. Add ribbon.


Fragrance is optional and not recommended for sensitive skin.

Nutrition Information:
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 965Total Fat: 54gSaturated Fat: 45gCarbohydrates: 144gSugar: 144g

Did you make this recipe?

Tag @martisewlicioushomedecor on Instagram and hashtag it #sewlicioushomedecor

If the mixture fills up the mold too much, no worries!  Just use a butter knife to scrape off the top once the soap has hardened.

Want more scrubs?

Cinnamon Vanilla Sugar Scrub

Cinnamon Vanilla cocnut oil honey sugar scrub

 Cucumber Melon Salt Scrub

Cucumber Melon Sugar Scrub


Follow SewLicious Home Decor’s board Bathroom, Bubbles & More Ideas and Body Recipes on Pinterest.


  1. A wonderful idea to make something new. Will definitely try it.Thanks for sharing.
  2. Superb gift ideas. thanks for sharing.
  3. lovely gift ideas, with easy instructions to follow :D I look forward to making these. Thank you for the inspiration
  4. Just tried that and my kid got really spoiled. Thanks very much for your sharing.
  5. Pingback: 22 DIY Bath And Body Products To Assemble The Perfect Mother's Day Spa Kit

  6. Marti, these are gorgeous for our moms' nights! My girlfriends love home spa breaks! We'll try this out.
  7. I love these sugary scrubs, gives your skin such a smooth, healthy texture and glow. Washing your hands in with the scrub feels like a spa day everyday for your hands. Imagine the coconut oil! I'll try this and see. Thanks.
  8. Love the mold idea for your sugar scrub! Can't wait to make them!!
  9. Wow- these look so easy! I have everything I need to make them too... hmmmm. I think I know what I am doing later! Thanks!
  10. Love this! Quick, easy, and practical!
  11. Pingback: Saturday Show-licious Craft and Recipe Party-LIVE!

  12. Pingback: Show-Licious Craft & Recipe Party #6 | 3littlegreenwoods

  13. Pingback: 10 Alternative Ways To Give Flowers For Mother’s Day

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Rate this recipe: