Pink Lemonade Sugar Scrub

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Just 4 simple pantry ingredients and 5 minutes are all you need to create this delicious summery Pink Lemonade Sugar Scrub recipe. What could embody summer more than a sweet tart ice cold glass of lemonade?

Related- Simple Sugar Scrub Recipes

homemade pink lemonade sugar scrub in a mason jar with a slice of lemon beside it.

Of course making it pink just adds to the girly appeal of it whether it’s a tall drink or an indulgent sugar scrub.

Pink Lemonade Sugar Scrub

  • 2 cups sugar
  • ⅔ cup coconut oil
  • 2 packets of Pink Lemonade Kool-aid
  • 1 lemon
pink lemonade sugar scrub ingredients

How to make Pink Lemonade Sugar Scrub Recipe

Combine all your  ingredients in a large bowl, stirring until thoroughly mixed.

pink lemonade scrub mix

Transfer mixture to a jar with a tight sealing lid.

Pink Lemonade Sugar Scrub in the shower

To use: Rub a generous amount of scrub in a circular motion on wet skin, paying extra attention to feet, elbows, shoulders or anywhere you have dry skin.

Related: Hot Chocolate Sugar Scrub

Rinse clean and gently pat dry for best results.
Rinse your shower or tub well afterward with hot water as coconut oil may make the surface slippery.

Sugar and lemon work to loosen and eliminate dead dry skin, energizing the fresh skin beneath while coconut oil leaves it soft, moisturized, and glowing.

Sugar exfoliates the dead skin that builds up on our bodies. It helps skin feel smoother and softer.

Lemon helps even out skin tone and help close open pores. Fractionated coconut oil is a super simple way to add coconut oil without needing to melt it.

If sugar scrubs bring all the ants you your yard, you might enjoy Bergamot and Tangerine Sea Salt Scrub

Now grab your ingredients and whip up a batch of Pink Lemonade Sugar Scrub. Share with your friends or keep it all to yourself.

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Not a post about Pink Lemonade ingredients

This is not a post about Pink Lemonade ingredients but I did do a little for research for those that land here looking for those ingredients.

  • lemon juice
  • sugar
  • water
  • red or pink dye 
  • Natural food colorings

You can find a great recipe for Pink Lemonade over on CincyShoppper.

Pink Lemonade Sugar Scrub

Pink Lemonade Sugar Scrub

Pink Lemonade Sugar Scrub is a great way to enjoy Summer all year long.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Active Time 3 minutes
Total Time 8 minutes
Difficulty Simple


  • 2 cups sugar
  • ⅔ cup coconut oil
  • 2 packets
  • 1 lemon


  • Large bowl
  • small jar


  1. Combine sugar, pink lemonade, oil, and lemon in a large bowl
  2. Mix well
  3. Store in air tight jar

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23 thoughts on “Pink Lemonade Sugar Scrub”

  1. Hi there, where i live koolaid packets are not sold anymore, theyre in liquid form now….. could i still use that? or is it totally different? I have sensitive skin.

    1. Hi Ashley! Thank you so much for stopping by. I’ve not tried using the liquid but I can’t think of a reason it wouldn’t work. I would start with just a squirt or two and add more if needed.

    1. Stephanie Rose

      Hi Casie! Thanks so much for checking out my post. I’ve not tried it but I think you could use Almond, Jojoba, or Olive Oil. Please let me know what you try and if it works well. I’ll update the post and add in what you use. ❤️

  2. Just made a batch this afternoon. Can’t wait to try out in shower tomorrow. I agree that the coconut oil aroma overpowers the lemonade smell. I did try adding several drops of lemon essential oil to see if that would add a lemony smell. I do love the pink lemonade color though. Thanks for the recipe!

  3. I made this tonight for a baby shower gift for the guests! Turned out great! I didnt have enough cocnut oil so I only used 1/3 (not 2/3c) and the store did not have individual packets of kool aid so I just bought a container of the pink lemonade packets and used that! The recipe will fill about 9 mini jars 1/2 full.

    1. Stephanie Rose

      Hi Lisa!
      Thank you so much for stopping by and letting me know you made the sugar scrub. It really in yummy in taste and smell. Great job of making do with what you had and what you could find. I hope everyone liked it! ❤️

  4. How much does this make? I’m trying to make it for my dance group that includes 18 girls, will this recipe be enough if I want to put it in small mason jars? Thank you!

    1. Stephanie Rose

      Hi Meghan! Thanks so much for taking the time to check out the post. For 18 I would definitely double it. ❤️

  5. The coconut oil will go rancid after a while, I kept a bottle of coconut oil in my daughter’s shower, but she wasn’t living here anymore and I forgot about it. It was about 9 months old and smelled awful.
    This looks really good. Can’t wait to try it!

    1. Hi Amber! First thank you so much for stopping by. ❤ No, it didn’t dye my skin. I think because your using it in the shower it washes right off.

      1. Amber Patterson

        Thank you so much!!! I’m going to make this and never thought of using koolaid packets for smell! 😉 I know some people use it to dye their hair, that’s why I was curious! Have a great night!

    1. Hi Jodi. Thanks so much for stoping by and leaving a comment. ❤️ I run out before it ever goes bad if it does. I’ve managed to have some for a month once so I can attest to at least a month.

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