Create Your Own DIY Aloe Scrub for Soothing Summer Skin

Encourage clients to use this recipe at-home to soothe their sun-exposed skin. Photo credit: serezniy/iStock/Getty Images Plus

After-sun care can be just as crucial as applying sunscreen before sun exposure, and using the right ingredients is key. Aloe is oft-touted for its anti-inflammatory, anti-peeling, and ultra-moisturizing properties, which is why it is the superstar of after-sun care. Eforea Spa at Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort & Casino (Noord) features this miracle plant at its DIY Aloe Scrub Bar, where guests are able to use Aruban aloe to create custom scrubs with guidance from the resort’s aloe concierge. “It's truly an interactive experience and provides knowledge that the guests get to bring home,” says Marielle Smeets, senior director of resort experience at Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort & Casino. “Guests love it because they continue doing it at home and it becomes their secret to having soft hands. It's a hidden gem of our spa and brings the spa experience outside of the spa walls."

Encourage your clients to create their own DIY Aloe Scrub at home using Eforea Spa’s recipe.

Items Needed:• Aloe vera gel • Brown sugar • Extra virgin olive oil • Small bowl • Stick to mix with

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Instructions:

Step 1: Place one-fourth cup of brown sugar in a small bowl

Step 2: Add one tablespoon of aloe vera gel

Step 3: Add one tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil

Step 4: Mix all the ingredients together

Step 5: Gently massage the mixture into the skin to exfoliate

Step 6: Rinse the scrub off, alternating between cold and warm water

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