Coffee Body Scrub
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This wunderkind of the food world boasts a mile-long list of benefits. One of the best moisturizers Mother Earth produces, with natural antiviral properties and a hefty dose of vitamin E that helps keep major skin conditions under control.
This sweet stuff is going to help get rid of all that red stuff. The caffeine in this wonder food helps reduce redness and inflammation, and can help smooth out skin to make it appear all firm and taut.
Dead Sea Salt
There’s a reason people come from all over to take a dip in the Dead Sea. This salt has 21 different minerals that can help soothe the skin. We’re talking magnesium to help slow aging, potassium to help moisturize, and calcium to keep those cell membranes good and strong. We can go on and on, but that would be like bragging.
Grape Seed Oil
Another anti-aging powerhouse, this non-allergenic oil helps protect the natural elastin and collagen in your skin, keeping you looking trim and toned all over.
The buzz doesn’t stop with the sweet stuff. Just like honey, the comb also has anti-inflammatory properties and contains vitamin A, which can help treat everything from fine lines to sun damage. Thank a bee next time you see one.
Acne got you down? Jojoba Oil helps dissolve sebum (that stuff that clogs your pores). And, even though it sinks right in (no greasy stuff here), it’ll also keep moisture locked inside the skin. An acne treatment that doesn’t dry you out? Yeah, we went there.
Kind of the queen of moisturizers. This luscious spread is full of essential fatty acids, which helps keep your collagen up and running and keeps that skin good and elastic. You’ll be extra happy to get your scrub on with shea, since it can also help ease muscle fatigue, leaving you rejuvenated.
Tea Tree Oil
Kind of like your skin’s bodyguard. Tea Tree Oil has serious anti-viral and anti-fungal properties that help destroy bacteria and disinfect the pores, so you can nip any nasty stuff in the bud.
Vitamin E soothes eczema and psoriasis, and delivers a healthy dose of antioxidants to the skin, which can help boost collagen production and promote new skin cell growth. You want this over-achiever on your team.
You know a strong cup of coffee can practically raise the dead - or at least get you up on Monday morning. But, those grounds have a lot more going on in the regeneration department than just getting your butt out the door. When rubbed all over, those granules will tone down any redness or inflammation you’ve got going on, and smooth your skin to perfection. Plus, all that scrubbing gets those antioxidants to sink in and protect you from free radicals - meaning fewer wrinkles (you’re welcome.) We’ve upped the anti-aging game by adding a dose of Dead Sea Mineral Salt - which contains a whopping 21 different minerals that moisturize, smooth, and strengthen cell membranes (no weight lifting involved), plus a dash of tea tree oil to beat up any nasty bacteria before they have the chance to do anything naughty. People all around the world revel in coffee, and the creation of a perfect cup is seen, by many, as an art form. It’s been an iconic part of cultures for thousands of years stemming back to the early 15th century in Africa which soon spread to the Middle East, Balkans, Asia, and the rest of Europe before reaching the Americas. The coffee bean is consumed in many different forms, but most commonly, it’s roasted, ground, and steeped with water to create a delicious and dark caffeinated drink. Coffee is renowned for its potent antioxidant compounds that provide many health benefits in skincare, especially when it comes to anti-aging and protecting cells inside the body from the damage of free radicals. It also provides an incredible benefit to the outside of the body, as well as the inside. Its grounds have the perfect consistency and elements to help exfoliate the skin and eliminate dead skills cells from its surface. Cultures who adopted the use of coffee early on have been using coffee grounds to create organic coffee, and sugar body scrub to use as part of skin treatments for hundreds of years.
We’ve studied this ancient organic coffee scrub recipe and come up with the perfect blend to add to your bathing and beauty routine. The antioxidant in the coffee grounds we use contain chlorogenic acid (CGA), which is known to help lower blood pressure while also having an anti-inflammatory effect. This can help fight blemishes, sun spots, prematurely aging skin, and even help reduce discoloration. Knowing how potent the coffee grounds are, we were determined to create the best coffee body scrub recipe possible.
By adding some Dead Sea mineral salt and a bit of brown sugar, we’ve managed to amplify the already powerful work of coffee with our organic coffee scrub. These two additional elements are additional exfoliants that work with the coffee grounds to physically remove dry, dead skin from the surface of your body, revealing smooth and glowing healthy skin underneath. Sloughing away dead skin cells also helps your epidermis absorb moisture better and seals it in for longer. This means less time applying moisturizers throughout the day and less money spent on expensive creams that will end up lying on top of dead skin that will not benefit from them.
Exfoliating has both immediate and long-term results when done regularly as the skin is the body’s largest organ, meaning it’s capable of soaking up all of the natural compounds in our three main exfoliants to help improve the look and feel of the body skin-deep. To make our organic body scrub even better, we added essential oils like coconut, jojoba, and grapeseed, which are all-natural, organic, and have no chemicals added. Each of these essential oils helps in their own way, working into the skin immediately as the grains in the scrub make way for freshly dilated pores to absorb their immense benefits.
Coconut oil provides vital antimicrobial properties that help treat skin conditions like acne and can help the skin from harmful bacteria. It also contains anti-inflammatory properties much like the jojoba oil we also added. The jojoba oil added in our scrub can immensely help with chaffed, irritated, and chapped skin, helping reduce redness from eczema and rosacea. It also has its own b-complex vitamins, as well as vitamin E, which both aid the skin in repairing itself and do damage control from the effects of UV rays and the sun. Grapeseed oil is also added to our homemade coffee body scrub to provide intense moisture that penetrates the skin without leaving an oily residue. With its vitamin C boost, it can also help preserve the elastin and collagen in your skin to help fight sagging and premature aging.
If the benefits of our organic coffee and sugar body scrub weren’t already substantial enough, we’re pleased to inform you that it can also considerably help with reducing visible cellulite. Studies have found that the effects of topical solutions that contain xanthenes, which are an organic compound, can improve the appearance of cellulite by 10% over 12-weeks’ time. However, when researchers added caffeine to this treatment, the visible results were accelerated and significant improvement was seen in just 6 weeks! Though it’s not possible to fully get rid of cellulite, using our organic coffee body scrub can impressively smooth dimples and make cellulite less visible.
There are many notable additional benefits of our organic coffee body scrub, like the fact that it can help improve circulation and blood flow in the skin, helping it become more radiant and uniform. If you suffer from bumpy and uneven skin that feels rough, the physical exfoliants and additional moisturizing oils can get rid of the “chicken skin” that some skin types tend to develop on the back of arms, legs, and rear ends. Stretchmarks are also less visible when exfoliated frequently as dead skin cells are not able to build up and make them appear deeper than they are, and the skin is also hydrated and plumper, filling up any grooves. This is excellent news for new moms or those who have recently lost weight.
To add this organic coffee and sugar body scrub to your routine, smooth a small amount onto your dry skin, massaging gently in circular motion with wet fingers. Start with your face and any problem areas on your body, using small dollops at a time. This is a great scrub to use all over your body and doesn’t need to be reserved for problem areas only, however, so feel free to treat yourself to full body rejuvenation. Once you’ve covered all of the areas you wish to exfoliate, rinse in the shower with lukewarm water and pat to dry. Best results are achieved when the coffee scrub is used about three times a week.
Skin is the largest organ of the human body, so it deserves some special attention and quality care. If you are in search of stronger, healthier skin, this scrub will quickly and effortlessly make itself a welcomed addition to your skincare routine.