DIY Coffee Scrub

by Yu Ming O'Neil

DIY Coffee Scrub

Looking for an energizing exfoliator that also tightens the skin? We’ve got a super simple DIY tutorial to help you make your own coffee sugar scrub.

It not only smells divine but it leaves skin feeling ah-MA-zing.

You can’t get rid of cellulite but we sure can try to reduce it’s appearance. A caffeine-infused body scrub is a natural way to tighten and stimulate the skin, the sugar granules will smooth out lumps and bumps, and the oils in this recipe will help nourish and moisturize parched skin.

Recipe:

  • 1 cup finely ground coffee powder
  • ½ cup castor oil
  • ½ cup melted coconut oil
  • ½ cup white sugar
  • 7-8 drops vanilla oil or essence

Mix all the ingredients in a bowl thoroughly. This batch should give you enough scrub to last 2-3 times.

Tip: If you can’t be bothered with combining oils, just use one cup of your preferred oil — almond and olive oil are also great options.

 




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