Homemade Cofffee Scrub – Diy
Millions of people around the world start every day with a cup of coffee. Coffee is one of the most popular drinks and is often the subject of various studies in order to determine once and for all the benefits and risks that brings.
Drinking coffee is often synonymous with many ailments, from ridiculous “will grow a tail” to serious heart disease and cancer. But hundreds of studies in recent years have shown that coffee probably is not as harmful as once thought. In fact, many experts believe that for most people the benefits that brings coffee outnumber those risks.
This recipe couples a rich, smoky coffee aroma with the sweet scent of peppermint — known in aromatherapy for its mentally stimulating, energizing properties. Thanks to raw sugar crystals and olive oil, which exfoliate and moisturize, your body gets a pick-me-up, too. It makes enough for two to three applications.
Making this scrub helps you to tailor the ingredients to what your skin needs, also.you’ve had a chance to test which oils the best condition and moisturize your skin. Just be sure to rinse with very warm water right after the scrub to get the majority of the pore-clogging oil off. Some oil left on your face is okay if you have typically dry skin.
NEEDED TOOLS AND MATERIALS
- 1/4 cup olive oil
- 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- 1 cup pure turbinado sugar
- 15 drops peppermint essential oil (Mentha piperita)
- 1/2 cup used coffee grounds from a freshly brewed pot
HOW TO PREPARE
1. Combine all ingredients in a medium bowl; using a fork, thoroughly blend. Transfer the scrub to a wide-mouthed jar, and store in a cool place until ready to use. The scrub will keep for one to two weeks, longer if refrigerated.
2. While showering, apply handfuls of the coffee scrub to wet skin in circular motions, starting at the feet and working up. The scrub contains oil, so it’s best to do this over a rubber mat to avoid slipping. Pay particular attention to rough spots such as heels, ankles, knees, and elbows and cellulite affected areas.
3. After scrubbing, cleanse skin, as usual, using a mild natural soap or body wash. Pat skin dry with a fluffy towel and follow with lotion to seal in the moisture. Pamper yourself and let us know what you think.
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