Sage and Blackberry Sugar Scrub Recipe for Smooth Sexy Legs!

I am a huge fan of combining fruit with herbs.  Something about the earthiness of the herbs mingled with the sweetness of the fruit just really provides a wonderful aroma.  Lemon and Rosemary… Cilantro and Lime…and this Sage and Blackberry Sugar Scrub Recipe!  All of these are wonderful blends that really just scream ‘summer’.  I am thinking I need to turn this blackberry sage combination into a drink somehow…that would be a refreshing beverage to sip on the patio in the warm spring sun, right?

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Sage and Blackberry Sugar Scrub

I am thrilled that my sage plant seems to have survived the winter in my garden.  I already have a nice, bushy little plant whose leaves are just begging to be picked.  Combined with the blackberries that I found on sale at Sprouts this weekend I created a heavenly homemade sugar scrub recipe.  With spring weather already here in Georgia, shorts weather is not far behind.  And before I can throw on a pair of shorts, my legs need some serious attention.  This sugar scrub recipe is perfect as a pre shaving leg preparation or just a lovely moisturizing and exfoliating treatment without the shaving at all.  Just wet your legs in the shower, apply the sugar scrub liberally and rub gently to remove dead skin.  Then rinse with warm water and pat dry.  The coconut oil will help moisturize your dry skin and you wont even need any lotion when you get out of the shower.

Sage and Blackberry Sugar Scrub Recipe

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Yields 3 cups

Sage and Blackberry Sugar Scrub Recipe

This sage and blackberry sugar scrub recipe is a perfect way to achieve smooth, sexy legs!

10 minPrep Time

10 minTotal Time

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  • 3 cups white sugar
  • 1/3 cup coconut oil
  • 8 to 12 large sage leaves
  • 1/2 cup blackberries


  1. Combine all ingredients in a food processor and process on high until smooth
  2. Put in glass jar with snug fitting lid
  3. Store at room temperature for up to 1 week
  4. To use, wet skin, gently scrub with sugar scrub, and rinse with warm water. Pat dry.

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  1. Thanks for the post! I'll be trying this out for sure. xo!
  2. Does it stain your skin?

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