Easy Coffee Body Scrub: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
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Easy Coffee Body Scrub: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

We all love coffee and summer, so why not use coffee to rejuvenate your body and help combat the cellulite that even supermodels have.

The number one enemy of cellulite is caffeine, who knew? Caffeine tightens and provides antioxidants to the skin so even if you used common coffee grounds you'd see results, especially over time when this scrub is massaged into the affected area. Now add in the coffee grounds left over from your daily VitaCup brew, we used Genius Blend because it also has MCT, and you get a fantastic combo.

In this recipe, we combined our Genius Blend coffee grounds with moisturizing coconut oil and a bit of sea salt; you could also use sugar, to get a little more exfoliation. Daily massaging this scrub onto any problem area, you'll stimulate blood flow resulting in softer, firmer skin.

Ingredients

  • 1 c Genius Blend grounds
  • 6 tbsp coconut oil
  • 3 tbsp sea salt or sugar
  • 1 airtight empty jar

Ingredients for DIY coffee body scrub.

Coffee Body Scrub Preparation

Step 1

Mix the dry ingredients in medium sized bowl

Mixing Your home made coffee body scrub

Step 2

Add coconut oil to the mixture, microwaving if necessary

Add coconut oil to your coffee body scrub for extra moisturizer.

Step 3

Mix well and store in airtight jar

Put Coconut Coffee Body Scrub in a Jar for Storing.

Next time you shower apply your scrub to areas with cellulite. Massage the scrub onto skin in a circular motion before rinsing. For best results, use every time you shower.

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8 comments

Awesome, I’ve been looking for a treatment for cellulite for ages without having a procedure. Thanks for the info, you’re a Rock star!😁

Jettan Anderson
Thanks for the info already have that K cup of coffee this morning so I am going to mix the ingredients and try it today I am sure I will love you as much is the coffee
Barbara MCgowam

Adding a drop of essential oil is such a great idea! Definitely trying this, good use for used grounds.

Lakin Stiffler

Are they using “used grounds” in this recipe?

Crystal Camara

Awesome recipe! Made it and tried it yesterday. I added a few drops of orange EO and it smells amazing and leaves your skin so soft. Love it!!

Kim

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