3 years ago
galinda
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Coffee Face Scrub
Ingredients 1/3 cup epsom salt 1 cup coffee grounds ½ cup brown sugar 1 tsp cinnamon (optional... don't do this if you or the recipient have sensitive skin!) 1 cup light olive oil or coconut oil Instructions Pour the salt into a mixing bowl. If the salt is very chunky, take a pestle or the back of a large spoon and gently crush them into smaller granules to make for a smoother facial scrub. Mix in the coffee grounds and brown sugar and oil. Mix together with just a spoon until evenly combined. Transfer the mixture to a sealable air-tight jar. Use in the morning, once a week as part of your normal beauty care routine, scooping out about 2 tablespoons of the mixture and scrubbing your face with it. Rinse the oil off with hot water, then follow with cold water to close your pores.
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How did it work for you gals? Might give it to my gf if you all recommend it
3 years ago·Reply
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it worked pretty well, and I feel like its really great to use during the winter, because of the olive oil. I used it about 4 days ago, and my skin feels so soft! and my skin isn't peeling, or anything from dryness. its great. the coffee grounds, and brown sugar really work deep within your poor's to clean away the dirt and sweat, with a bit of sweetness. :) and the cinnamon left my face feeling fresh and clean. like my skin was renewed. it feels like a baby's butt. :D at first, because of the olive oil, my face felt kinda oily after I rinsed it all off, but after I dried my face off and went about my day, it worked into my skin, and now it feels amazing! :)
3 years ago·Reply
@SarahJane wow great. Next time I make coffee I'm going to try it out thanks!
3 years ago·Reply
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I love using my coffee scrub and my honey and sugar scrub. Here is a card a made for the summer featuring them http://www.vingle.net/posts/1017497?shsrc=v Even though fall is coming soon these scrubs are awesome for autumn.... during the transitional times.
2 years ago·Reply