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  • Rita O'Brennan

    16 Homemade Scrubs - Sugar, Salt, Facial and Body Scrubs!

  • Shelley Kimbel

    "Mud Scrub" (coffee & sugar body scrub) 1 C Sugar (white, brown, cane) 5 TBSP Coffee grounds 1/4 C oil (veggie oil, almond oil, extra virgin olive oil, baby oil…) 1 tsp Peppermint Extract 1 tsp Vanilla Extract

  • Raven Amber

    Mud Scrub-Gifts! Mud Scrub: DIY What is Mud Scrub you ask. Well, basically it’s a sugar and coffee scrub. I love it! Especially because the coffee has such great benefits for your skin. Coffee and Caffeine are showing up all over in beauty products due to their tightening and antioxidant effects on the skin. Caffeine, works on skin in the three primary ways: as a vasoconstrictor, an antioxidant, and a diuretic. Applied topically caffeine helps to redistribute fat cells and decrease the formation of cellulite. It also acts as a vasorestrictor, tightening and shrinking blood vessels thereby helping eliminate varicose veins. Guess what! It can make you feel more alert too, because you associate the smell with the invigorating effects of drinking coffee. (It's a learned response.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . What you will need: 1 C Sugar (white, brown, cane) 5 TBSP Coffee grounds 1/4 C oil (veggie oil, almond oil, extra virgin olive oil, baby oil…) 1 tsp Peppermint Extract 1 tsp Vanilla Extract Mix: Mix sugar and coffee. Add small amounts of oil to the sugar/coffee mix until everything is coated. (You may not need the full 1/4 C, I didn’t use all of it) Add any fragrance you like. I chose to use Peppermint and Vanilla and they blend well with the coffee aroma. Mix well. and You’re done. If you find it a little watery from the oil, just add more sugar and or coffee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . This recipe can be tweaked to your liking. A few tips: ◦ If you have sensitive skin, do not add coffee grounds and use brown sugar (as it is less abbrasive) ◦ If you would like a coarser scrub, try 1/2 C of sugar and 1/2 C of coffee grounds.

  • Elizabeth Perez

    Mud Scrub (Coffe sugar scrub) What you will need: 1 C Sugar (white, brown, cane) 5 TBSP Coffee grounds 1/4 C oil (veggie oil, almond oil, extra virgin olive oil, baby oil…) 1 tsp Peppermint Extract 1 tsp Vanilla Extract

  • Jackie Bray

    Coffe scrub - works as a vasoconstrictor, and antioxidant and a diuretic.

  • Kelly G.

    "Mud Scrub"- a sugar & coffee scrub- oh my!! My kind of facial scrub :)

  • Dana

    Mud Scrub - sugar and coffee face scrub

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