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Looking for an easy DIY coffee scrub with sugar? Here it is. By now, you likely know a bit about using leftover coffee grounds as a body exfoliator. Coffee has been a staple ingredient in many skincare products for years. But recently, it’s been having a moment. It makes sense, not only does coffee have an invigorating scent, but it is also wonderful for your skin. So what does it do? Coffee helps tightens skin (temporarily!), soothes redness, boosts circulation, and provides a ton of antioxidants. However, coffee won’t permanently de-puff, smooth wrinkles, or brighten in the longterm, but it is a useful way to temporarily get your skin back in order.
So whether you’re looking for a simple homemade coffee scrub or a diy coffee sugar scrub to help get your complexion in order, this homemade coffee and sugar scrub is great for promoting circulation and soft skin. If you’re in a rush, you can also save this post for later. For the rest of you, keep reading to learn how to make this scrub.
This DIY coffee sugar body scrub will provide plenty of exfoliating benefits, thanks to an added kick of sugar. Sugar is gentle for those who have sensitive skin. It also provides a boost of moisture retention and encourages cell turnover. The amazing combination of coffee-grounds, sugar, and coconut oil make this homemade DIY body scrub suitable for all skin types.
So, now that you know the benefits of coffee and sugar, let’s give this DIY coffee sugar body scrub a try.
How to Make Coffee Sugar Body Scrub
This body scrub is super simple. And, chances are that you’ll find all of these ingredients in your kitchen.
What You’ll need:
- Dry coffee grounds
- Coconut oil
In a large bowl, mix the coffee grounds and sugar. Then, pour the coconut oil into the bowl and mix ingredients thoroughly. You can use the body scrub from the bowl or transfer it to an airtight container for later use.
To use, hop in the shower, apply a handful of scrub on dap skin in circular motions. Then rinse off for soft skin.