Try this home made coffee scrub for the weekend

Coffee is great for the skin. They are especially  great for reducing puffiness in the face and works well for brightening dull complexions

 

Coffee is great for the skin. They are especially  great for reducing puffiness in the face and works well for brightening dull complexions

Scrubs do well for the facial skin (as well as all over the body) as they help reveal new smoother and clearer skin after a few application, coffee scrubs are good and mild enough to be used all over the body.

Scrubs come with a little more grit to them, usually to help exfoliate and reveal newer skin- scrubs are usually not for daily use except where otherwise indicated.

This easy home made one by Iamdodos is a must try for the weekend.

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