DIY Miracle Coffee Body Scrub Recipes For Gorgeous Skin & Hair
Coffee has been a part of our morning routine for centuries. It wakes us up, it gives us that extra boost to get going in the morning, and we don’t have to worry about getting jittery with too much caffeine (as long you don’t go overboard 😁). So why should you try a coffee body scrub?
Coffee is so good for your skin! From moisturizing properties to exfoliation effects, coffee does wonders for your skin – and what’s better than using food as beauty products?
In this blog post, you’ll learn about the many benefits of using a scrub made from coffee grounds on your skin and how you can make one yourself at home.
Table Of Contents Benefits of Coffee Body Scrubs
It improves blood circulation and reduces inflammation in the skin, giving your skin a healthy glow.
Dries out acne by sucking up dirt and oil from pores. It also contains antibacterial properties that help fight off infections.
Removes dead cells to reveal newer ones, making for smoother-looking skin. The scrubbing also increases collagen production, giving you firmer skin.
Coffee scrubs can help with acne scars and stretch marks by getting rid of dry patches on your skin, leading to reduced scarring over time.
Exfoliating from coffee grounds helps remove dead cells that cause pimples while also reducing oiliness on the skin.
Exfoliating coffee grounds provide a deep cleanse and remove dead skin cells, which leaves your skin feeling soft.
The caffeine in the ground stimulates circulation and lymphatic drainage while providing anti-inflammatory benefits to help reduce redness and inflammation in your body. Finally, many people find that a coffee scrub is an effective form of cellulite treatment.
Coffee Body Scrub Recipes
Many people are surprised that you can actually use coffee grounds as a beauty product, but it’s true! You can easily create your own scrubs by combining ground coffee with other ingredients like sea salt or sugar.
Coffee Sugar Recipe
Mix three tablespoons of ground coffee with one tablespoon of brown sugar and two tablespoons of coconut oil. Rub onto skin in circular motions for about five minutes before washing it off. If you’re using this as a cellulite treatment, use it sparingly because it’s more intense.
Coffee And Sea Salt Recipe
Mix three tablespoons of ground coffee with one tablespoon of ultrafine sea salt and two tablespoons of Sweet Almond Oil. Rub onto skin in circular motions for about five minutes before washing it off. Make sure to moisturize immediately after
Coffee Chamomile Body Scrub Recipe
For every 3 tablespoons of coffee powder, add 2 tablespoons of chamomile powder. Add avocado oil and tea tree essential oil (optional). Mix and apply to clean damp skin in a gentle circular motion. Rinse off and moisturize as normal
Oil-free Coffee Body Scrub Recipe
Add three tablespoons of ground coffee to 2 tablespoons of fresh aloe vera gel. Mix properly and apply in circular motions to the face and body. Rinse thoroughly after use, and follow up with a moisturizer
Skin Brightening Coffee Body Scrub
Three tablespoons of Coffee powder, half a teaspoon turmeric powder. Add some Sweet almond oil and mix. Apply to clean damp skin and rinse with water.
How to Use a Body Scrub
There are many different ways to use body scrubs depending on what it is and how your skin reacts, but the most important step in any scrub – even if you’re not using one with coffee grounds – is exfoliation.
Exfoliation is the process of removing dead skin cells from the top layer of your skin, and coffee grounds are great for this. You can also use a scrub to massage away any tension or knots in muscles – it will help loosen them up!
You can apply after taking your bath. It works best on clean damp skin. However, you choose to apply it, make sure that when done exfoliating, rinse well and moisturize – don’t want any dryness after all.
How Often Should You Do This?
It really depends on how much time you have and how often your skin needs it. If you want to keep things simple, try exfoliating twice a week – make sure that if the scrub has hard ingredients like sugar or salt, then be gentle when rubbing in circular motions over damp skin.
How to Preserve Body Scrub
Store it in a clean jar or container with an airtight lid and keep it at room temperature to preserve your body scrub. If you’re unsure of the shelf life, use it within three months!
Other Ways To Use Coffee On The Skin
Apply coffee to scars, sores or skin irritations and cover with a bandage. You can also soak the area in cold coffee before applying an ice pack for quicker healing.
Mix two tablespoons of your favourite scrub into a glass jar filled with water as a refreshing face mask! This is especially helpful when you’re travelling and don’t have access to your usual skincare products.
If you struggle with dry skin, try mixing one tablespoon of ground coffee into a cupful of moisturizer and rubbing it all over your body after showering.
Use as a shaving cream! Use coffee in place of your normal soap, and rub all over wet legs or underarms for an easy shave that won’t leave you irritated because it smells amazing and makes your skin soft afterwards.
Coffee For Hair Growth
Coffee can be used as a hair growth treatment and even for your eyebrows! It has been shown to improve blood circulation in follicles that are not producing hair.
This increase of oxygenated blood ultimately stimulates hair production because it helps the cells function properly. It may also help stimulate eyebrow growth by promoting collagen production.
Coffee Scalp Scrub Recipe
Mix 3 tablespoons of coffee powder with 2 tablespoons of Coconut oil. Add 5 drops of peppermint essential oil. Apply to the shampooed scalp in gentle circular motions. Rinse thoroughly with water.
Ayurvedic Coffee Scrub
Add 2 tablespoons of aritha (soap nut) powder to 3 tablespoons of coffee powder. Add coconut milk to form a thick paste and gently use it to scrub the scalp. Rinse hair with water only.
Anti dandruff Coffee Scrub
Add 3 tablespoons of Neem powder to 2 tablespoons of coffee powder. Add Honey and Coconut milk. Mix and apply to damp scalp, gently scrub and rinse with water after 5 minutes.
Coffee scrubs are not only easy to make, but they leave your skin feeling wonderfully soft – plus, there are so many different recipes that fit whatever you’re looking for! What’s your favourite coffee body scrub recipe? Share your thoughts in the comment.
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Great recipe, I can't wait to give it a try. Thank you so much for posting!
Hi Amanda, let me know how it goes. 😊