Coffee Scrub with Coconut Oil and Jojoba Oil
Also contains DEAD SEA SALT, CANE SUGAR, and other natural and organic ingredients…
Caffeine and Your Skin
Coffee has been gaining more attention recently for its beneficial skincare properties.
While you won’t ingest nearly as much caffeine when your coffee is on your skin instead of in your cup, the caffeine from used coffee grounds can temporarily reduce the appearance of cellulite and give your skin a firmer appearance. Although coffee has several benefits as a beverage, it may be used as a body scrub as well. A study conducted in Korea found that the caffeic acid found in coffee grounds can significantly affect anti-inflammatory activity and skin wound healing. Homemade coffee scrubs are easy to make by simply combining used coffee grounds with an equal amount of of sugar or sea salt in a bowl.
INGREDIENTS: COFFEE ARABICA BEANS, DEAD SEA SALT, CANE SUGAR, JOJOBA OIL, VITAMIN E, COCONUT OIL, ORGANIC OLIVE OIL, ORGANIC SWEET ALMOND OIL, ORGANIC GRAPE SEED OIL, COFFEE ARABICA SEED OIL, ORGANIC SHEA BUTTER.
Whenever you brew a pot of coffee, you’re left with a filter’s worth of used coffee grounds that probably wind up in the trash. However, you can re-use those leftover grounds and use them on your body. A coffee scrub provides several skin benefits, including improved skin texture and circulation with a temporary cellulite reduction.
Coffee grounds are a mechanical exfoliate, meaning they can be used to scrub away dead skin to reveal the new, healthy skin underneath, whereas chemical exfoliates remove skin cells with enzymes or acidic properties. Exfoliating with coffee grounds improves circulation, leaving you with smooth, glowing skin.
Because coffee scrubs are made with coarse grounds and salt or sugar, they act as exfoliates for the skin. Regular exfoliation of the skin removes residual dirt and dead skin to give you younger looking, fresh skin. After the skin is exfoliated, it is able to absorb moisture more effectively as well. All beauty regimens should include exfoliation treatments, and the coffee scrub provides it.
Coffee oil is often used in aromatherapy treatments. The scent of coffee acts to clear a person’s mind of excessive thoughts. The scent also works as an anti-depressant and can combat feelings of nausea. Using a coffee body scrub will allow you to take advantage of its aromatherapy features.
The main chemical in coffee is caffeine, a natural antioxidant. Antioxidants have many benefits, including heart disease- and cancer-fighting properties. Antioxidants also neutralize the effects of free radicals, which can damage the inner layer of skin. This damage is often reflected in age spots and wrinkles. When a coffee body scrub is applied, the skin absorbs this antioxidant and can help prevent premature aging.
Some people use coffee body scrubs to combat the occurrence of varicose veins. The caffeine found in coffee scrubs typically increases blood flow and may reduce the appearance of cellulite. Even the action of applying the coffee scrub can help with these types of skin issues because squeezing and massaging the body helps to release toxins and fats held in the skin.
Caffeine is a vasodilator, which means it constricts blood vessels in the skin. This action works to make blood vessels tighter and firmer very quickly, which is reflected in your skin texture.
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