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6 DIY Coffee Body Scrub Recipes That Look Real

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Learn how to make 6 easy DIY coffee body scrub recipes that look real. Each scrub is crafted after a popular coffee drink flavour and scented with essential oils. Choose between dalgona coffee, vanilla latte, caramel latte and more!

DIY coffee body scrubs

Coffee grounds are touted as one of the best ways to naturally exfoliate your body at home, and it’s easy to see why.

Besides the obvious perks of softer, smoother skin, coffee scrubs have many well-documented skin benefits that go beyond your typical homemade body scrub recipe.

For one, coffee is chock full of antioxidants. It also contains caffeine, which has proven firming and cellulite-reducing properties when used topically.

Aesthetic benefits aside, another reason to use a coffee scrub is simply to care for yourself, as self-care is a very important part of your overall health and well-being!

DIY coffee scrubs based on popular coffee drinks

There are thousands of coffee scrub recipes out there, but I wanted to do something a little different. So, I opted for a creative twist on the usual combination of coffee grounds and coconut oil.

With that in mind, I created 6 easy DIY coffee body scrubs based on popular coffee drink flavours. You can choose between dalgona coffee, caramel latte, vanilla latte, coconut milk latte, mocha, or espresso.

I had a lot of fun trying to make each scrub look as authentic as possible. As you can see, some scrub flavours have a whipped cream topping made out of whipped soap. A couple varieties also have their own faux “sauce,” such as the caramel sauce on the caramel latte scrub.

DIY caramel latte coffee scrub

Each scrub’s realistic appearance makes them enjoyable to use, but you can feel free to skip the extras if you’re looking for something more simple.

Not only are these recipes fun to make, but they’re also highly customizable. Depending on your preference, each coffee scrub can be made without coconut oil or without any oil at all.

And of course, these scrubs are scented with natural essential oils, not synthetic fragrances. It’s even possible to create a caramel or toffee-like scent using only essential oils!

DIY coffee scrubs with whipped soap

But before we get into the recipes, I’d like to take a closer look at coffee’s benefits for your skin. If aren’t interested, you may wish to scroll and skip straight to the recipes.

I’ve also included answers to common questions about using a DIY coffee scrub. You can find a list of questions and answers at the bottom of this post.

Do coffee body scrubs really work for cellulite?

By now you’ve likely heard about using a coffee scrub for cellulite. Coffee grounds are frequently touted as a natural remedy to firm and tighten the skin. So, I wanted to briefly delve into the topic.

Do coffee scrubs really work for cellulite? It depends. But as you’ll see in a moment, evidence suggests they can.

To be fair, body scrubs containing coffee haven’t been studied for their effects on cellulite. But caffeine has, and we all know that coffee contains a lot of it.

How the caffeine in coffee can aid cellulite

Caffeine is frequently used as an active in anti-cellulite products. This is because it stimulates fat breakdown, reduces water retention and improves circulation, three factors that are implicated in the appearance of cellulite.

Caffeine’s lipolytic (fat-reducing) effects have been proven in multiple studies. As well, its diuretic properties can help eliminate excess water for a skin firming and tightening effect.

DIY coffee body scrub

Of course, using a coffee body scrub is not going to replicate the results of scientific studies. No one truly knows how much of the caffeine in a scrub penetrates your skin. But, it certainly can’t hurt to use one.

Besides, anyone who has ever used my DIY caffeine face mask will be familiar with its powerful energizing and de-bloating properties. So topical coffee clearly does do something.

As with all home beauty recipes, the key is to have a realistic attitude about the kind of results you can expect.

Why these coffee body scrubs are made without coffee grounds

You may be surprised to hear that these scrub recipes are made with instant coffee, not coffee grounds. But I assure you there are very good reasons for this.

There are two issues with using coffee grounds in a body scrub:

  • Coffee grounds clog drains. Badly. Over time, they will mix with your body care products and coagulate in your pipes, causing the kind of clogs that even drain cleaner can’t dissolve.
  • The caffeine in coffee grounds requires extraction. But caffeine is most easily extracted with hot water, not room temperature oil. This isn’t an issue if your main goal is exfoliation. But if you’d like to take advantage of caffeine’s skin firming and tightening effects, rubbing coffee grounds into your skin might not be the most effective way to go about it.

Unfortunately, there’s no way around the first issue besides not letting coffee grounds go down your drain in the first place. The only way to do this is by using a shower drain guard that can catch coffee grounds.

As for the second point, using instant coffee is a good solution. Since it’s already processed, it dissolves easily when it comes into contact with wet skin. This will allow its caffeine to permeate the skin more readily.

That’s not to say that scrubs made with coffee grounds don’t work at all, or that you shouldn’t use one. But I would argue that a scrub made with instant coffee is the best coffee scrub for cellulite, if that’s what you’re after.

DIY coffee body scrub ingredients

To make each coffee scrub, you will need a selection of the following ingredients:

Instant coffee

As previously discussed, exfoliating with coffee grounds is often touted as a natural way to reduce cellulite. Unfortunately, it’s also a great way to clog your shower.

But by using instant coffee in your body scrub, you can receive all of the firming and tightening benefits of coffee without having to call a plumber.

For the best texture, I like to use powdered instant coffee. This one is my favourite. However, you can also grind any kind of instant coffee in a coffee grinder to turn the granules into powder.

Sugar

Sugar is an inexpensive natural exfoliator that helps slough off away the topmost layer of skin. Regular exfoliation helps stop buildup of oil and dead skin cells, keeping skin smooth and pores clean.

Sugar also dissolves in water, so you won’t have to worry about your homemade body scrub clogging your drain.

I used regular white granulated sugar, but you can use any kind of sugar you have on hand. Just be sure to avoid coarse sugar, as the larger granules are harsher on your skin.

Liquid oil

I used fractionated (liquid) coconut oil to make each scrub. It’s made of up mostly saturated fatty acids, so it’s more shelf-stable than most other liquid carrier oils.

However, I know that many people don’t like coconut oil, so you can easily substitute your favourite carrier oil, such as olive oil or avocado oil.

The reason I don’t recommend regular coconut oil is because it solidifies at room temperature, making your scrub harder to use.

But if you don’t mind your scrub solidifying, or if you live in a warmer climate, virgin coconut oil is a good option.

Honey

Honey is integral to creating the faux caramel sauce for the caramel latte coffee scrub, as well as the chocolate sauce for the mocha coffee scrub.

It also makes a good base for a coffee scrub without oil. You can read more about this in the question and answer section at the bottom of this post.

Milk powder

You can’t have a latte without milk! Milk powder is a must for each coffee scrub.

But it’s not just for looks – milk is incredibly moisturizing and provides nourishing fatty acids, proteins and vitamins for softer, smoother skin. It’s no wonder why milk baths are recommended for a variety of skin ailments.

You can use any kind of milk powder you have on hand. Non-fat dry milk powder works well, but full-fat milk powder provides even more skin-softening benefits.

Don’t worry about buying too much – you can use any leftover to make a nourishing milk and honey bath soak.

Coconut milk powder

I didn’t forget about my vegan or plant-based friends. Coconut milk powder is packed with vitamins and minerals. It also possesses antibacterial benefits that can potentially help prevent acne.

Coconut milk powder is an important ingredient in the creamy coconut milk latte scrub. As well, you can make each variety of coffee scrub vegan by simply replacing the milk powder with coconut milk powder.

Essential oils

Depending on which variation of coffee scrub you’re making, you may need a few essential oils: vanilla oleoresin, cacao absolute, or tonka bean absolute.

Most people are familiar with vanilla essential oil, but tonka bean oil may be new to you. In fact, I’ve never seen anyone else use it in DIY bath and body products.

Tonka bean absolute has a rich, caramel-like scent that will delight dessert lovers. It’s perfect for adding a caramel fragrance to the caramel latte scrub, and a toffee-like sweetness to the dalgona coffee scrub.

I’ve been creating a variety of bath and body recipes with tonka bean oil that I’m excited to share, so stay tuned for those.

As for cacao absolute, it’s an optional ingredient for the mocha coffee scrub. Otherwise known as chocolate essential oil, cacao absolute adds a decadent chocolate fragrance that will make your mouth water.

However, cacao absolute is not always available. You can also find it in essential oil blends, such as this chocolate blend. But if you don’t have access to it, you can also simply use cocoa powder to add a light scent.

DIY mocha coffee body scrub

Clay

I used a combination of white kaolin clay and Brazilian gold clay to colour the faux caramel sauce on the caramel latte scrub. However, the kind of clay you use is up to you.

You can also achieve a caramel tone by combining yellow clay with a brown-toned clay such as Rhassoul clay. A small amount of red clay may also help lend a hint of warmth.

You should start with small amounts of clay and experiment until you achieve your desired colour.

Shea butter and Castile soap

If making the dalgona coffee scrub, the caramel latte scrub, or the mocha scrub, you will also need shea butter and Castile soap. These two ingredients are integral to creating each coffee scrub’s whipped soap topping.

You can find instructions for making the whipped soap below.

6 DIY coffee body scrub recipes for glowing skin

Dalgona Coffee Body Scrub

Created after the popular Korean coffee drink, this coffee scrub looks just like a cup of delicious dalgona coffee! It combines a milky, exfoliating scrub base with a coffee-infused whipped soap topping. The result is a scrub that exfoliates, moisturizes, and cleanses skin in one step.

As well, this recipe is scented with a touch of optional tonka bean essential oil. This adds a rich, honeycomb toffee-like aroma that is characteristic of real dalgona candy.

DIY dalgona coffee body scrub

Ingredients

For the dalgona coffee scrub base:

1/2 cup sugar
1/4 cup milk powder
1/4 cup liquid coconut oil (or other oil)
10-20 drops tonka bean absolute

For the whipped soap topping:

1/4 cup shea butter
1/4 cup Castile soap
1 tbsp instant coffee powder
20-30 drops tonka bean absolute

Equipment

Small metal mixing bowl
Hand mixer
Piping bag or cake decorating tool
Glass jar for storage

Dalgona coffee scrub with whipped soap

Instructions

  1. To create the dalgona coffee scrub base, begin by combining milk powder and sugar.
  2. Add coconut oil and mix to incorporate.
  3. Then, add tonka bean oil and mix again.
  4. Place the scrub base into your storage jar.
  5. Make the whipped soap topping (instructions here). Then, add instant coffee powder and a few drops of tonka bean oil to the soap. Whip to incorporate.
  6. Using a piping bag or cake decorating tool, pipe the whipped soap onto the scrub base.
  7. If desired, dust with more instant coffee.

Caramel Latte Coffee Scrub

This coffee body scrub is scented with the rich sweetness of a caramel latte (or caramel macchiato). Its sweet caramel aroma comes from tonka bean essential oil. It’s topped with whipped soap and a faux caramel sauce for a realistic appearance.

If desired, you can also replace the sugar with salt to make a salted caramel latte scrub!

Homemade caramel latte sugar scrub with whipped soap and caramel sauce

Ingredients

For the caramel latte scrub base:

1/2 cup sugar (or salt for salted caramel scrub)
1/4 cup milk powder
3 tbsp instant coffee powder
1/4 cup liquid coconut oil (or other oil)
10-20 drops vanilla essential oil
10-20 drops tonka bean absolute

For the whipped soap topping:

1/4 cup shea butter
1/4 cup Castile soap

For the faux caramel sauce:

1 tbsp liquid honey
White kaolin clay
Rhassoul clay, golden clay or other cosmetic clay to create a caramel tone

Equipment

Small metal mixing bowl
Hand mixer
Piping bag or cake decorating tool
Glass jar for storage

DIY caramel latte coffee scrub

Instructions

  1. Being preparing your scrub base by mixing sugar (or salt), milk powder and instant coffee.
  2. Add coconut oil and mix to incorporate.
  3. Add vanilla bean essential oil and tonka bean absolute and mix again.
  4. Place the scrub into your storage jar.
  5. Make the whipped soap topping (instructions here).
  6. Using a piping bag or cake decorator, pipe the whipped topping onto the scrub base.
  7. To create the faux caramel topping, mix honey and tonka bean absolute. Then, add small amounts of clay until you achieve your desired caramel colour.
  8. Drizzle the caramel topping onto the whipped soap.

Vanilla Latte Sugar Scrub

Recreate this classic favourite in scrub format! Thanks to vanilla essential oil, this coffee scrub smells just like a warm vanilla latte. The addition of milk powder adds a creamy texture and skin-softening properties.

DIY vanilla latte sugar scrub

Ingredients

1/2 cup sugar
1/4 cup milk powder
3 tbsp instant coffee powder
1/4 cup liquid coconut oil (or other oil)
30-40 drops vanilla essential oil

Instructions

  1. Mix instant coffee, milk powder, and sugar.
  2. Add coconut oil and mix to incorporate.
  3. Then, add vanilla bean essential oil and mix again.

Mocha Coffee Body Scrub

This mocha body scrub combines the rich decadence of chocolate and coffee. Faux whipped cream and chocolate sauce make this sugar scrub the ultimate skin treat! As well, cocoa powder and optional cacao absolute provide antioxidants and a potent chocolate scent.

Homemade mocha coffee body scrub

Ingredients

For the mocha sugar scrub base:

1/2 cup sugar
1/4 cup milk powder
2 tbsp instant coffee powder
1 tbsp cocoa powder
1/4 cup liquid coconut oil (or other oil)
30-40 drops cacao absolute (optional)

For the whipped soap topping:

1/4 cup shea butter
1/4 cup Castile soap

For the faux chocolate sauce:

1 tbsp liquid honey
2 tsp cocoa powder
10 drops cacao absolute (optional)

DIY mocha coffee scrub with chocolate and whipped soap

Instructions

  1. Prepare your scrub base by combining sugar, milk powder, instant coffee, and cocoa powder.
  2. Add coconut oil and mix to incorporate. If desired, you can also add a few drops of chocolate essential oil.
  3. Place your scrub into your desired container.
  4. Follow the instructions for the whipped soap topping (recipe here).
  5. Using a piping bag, pipe the whipped soap onto the scrub.
  6. To create the faux chocolate sauce, add cocoa powder to liquid honey until you reach your desired colour. You can also add a few drops of chocolate essential oil for a stronger fragrance.
  7. Drizzle the chocolate topping onto the whipped soap.

Coconut Milk Latte Body Scrub

If you’re vegan, allergic to dairy, or simply love coconut, this creamy coconut milk latte scrub is for you. Coconut milk powder provides moisturizing benefits, antibacterial properties and a delicious and tropical coconut scent!

Vegan coconut milk latte coffee scrub

Ingredients

1/2 cup sugar
1/4 cup coconut milk powder
3 tbsp instant coffee powder
1/4 cup liquid coconut oil (or other oil)

Instructions

  1. Mix instant coffee, coconut milk powder, and sugar.
  2. Add coconut oil and mix to incorporate.

Espresso Coffee Body Scrub

This simple espresso body scrub lets the rich aroma of coffee shine through. Simply mix instant coffee and sugar with your choice or oil for an easy coffee scrub that’s effective and inexpensive.

Homemade coffee sugar scrub

Ingredients

1/2 cup sugar
3 tbsp instant coffee powder
1/4 cup liquid coconut oil (or other oil)

Instructions

  1. Mix instant coffee and sugar.
  2. Add coconut oil and mix to incorporate.

Whipped soap for coffee scrubs

I wanted these coffee scrubs to look as realistic as possible. So, I created an easy 2-ingredient whipped soap topping that looks just like whipped cream.

To create the topping, you will need shea butter and unscented liquid Castile soap. When both ingredients are whipped together, they create a creamy, fluffy soap with the texture of whipped cream. As a bonus, it’s also extremely moisturizing!

As for equipment, you will need a metal mixing bowl, a hand mixer, and a piping bag or cake decorating tool to dispense the whipped soap. As well, you’ll need a shallow pan or a pot that fits your mixing bowl.

Before you begin, it’s also vital to temper the shea butter. What do I mean by this? Essentially, you will need to melt and then rapidly re-cool your shea butter in the refrigerator.

Have you ever wondered why shea butter is so often grainy? This is because it contains a variety of fatty acids with different melting points. Depending on the ambient temperature, some of the fatty acids will melt and solidify, leading to lumps.

By tempering the shea butter first, you ensure all fatty acids solidify at the same time. This creates a smooth, homogenous consistency.

How to make whipped soap for coffee scrubs

  1. First, you’ll need to temper your shea butter. Begin by placing it into a heat-proof metal mixing bowl. Then, create a double boiler by placing the bowl in a shallow pan filled with water, or on top of a saucepan filled with water.
  2. Melt the shea butter over medium heat, stirring frequently to ensure even melting. Once it has liquified, remove it from the heat and place it into the refrigerator to cool for approximately an hour.
  3. After the shea butter has completely solidified, remove it from the refrigerator and allow it to come to room temperature. At this point, your shea butter will be completely smooth and free of lumps.
  4. Using a hand mixer, whip the shea butter until it’s smooth and creamy.
  5. Then, add half the Castile soap and whip again. Once incorporated, add the remainder of the Castile soap and whip until the mixture reaches the consistency of whipped cream. Your whipped soap is finished.

How to use your coffee body scrub

To use your coffee scrub, apply to wet, freshly washed skin. Exfoliate by gently rubbing your skin in circular motions. Avoid the face, neck, and other delicate areas.

Leave the scrub on for a few minutes to allow the caffeine time to permeate your skin. Rinse off your coffee scrub with warm water and proceed with your body care routine as usual.

Tips for using your coffee scrub

  • Before bathing, scoop out your desired amount of coffee scrub and whipped soap into a separate container. You should only take the amount you intend to use during one shower or bath to prevent contamination.
  • The coconut oil and sugar may separate in storage, so give your scrub a gentle stir before use.
  • If using a scrub with a whipped soap topping, you can mix the layers together in your hands before use. Or, simply use the soap and scrub separately.
  • Keep your scrubs in a cool, dry place.

Health & safety information

  • Do not use a body scrub if you have cuts, rashes, eczema, psoriasis or another skin condition.
  • These scrubs contains caffeine, which crosses the skin barrier. Do not use these coffee scrubs if you are pregnant, nursing, or have any health conditions. Even if you are healthy, you should always consult a professional before using any DIY beauty recipes you see online.
  • Please be careful, as the oil in the sugar scrubs can make your bathtub or shower slippery.
  • Please do not take the entire jar of scrub into the bath or shower. Introducing water into your scrub jar can cause hazardous mold and bacterial growth.

DIY coffee body scrubs FAQ

Can you use a coffee scrub on your face?

No, contrary to popular opinion, you shouldn’t use a coffee scrub on your face.

Evidence shows that coarse exfoliants like sugar, salt, and coffee grounds are much too abrasive for the delicate skin of the face. Over time, they can cause micro-tears and skin damage.

Chemical exfoliants are much safer and actually offer anti-aging benefits. This popular BHA liquid is one such example of an effective, skin-safe exfoliant.

If you’d still like to use a physical scrub, choose exfoliants made with soft exfoliants, such as my gentle face scrub made with cranberry powder, or my exfoliating pumpkin face mask.

Can you make a coffee body scrub without coconut oil?

Yes, you can make each coffee scrub without coconut oil. Each recipe calls for fractionated coconut oil, but you’re welcome to use any liquid carrier oil of your choosing. Options include avocado oil, olive oil, and jojoba oil.

Can you make a coffee body scrub without oil?

Yes, it’s possible to make a coffee scrub without oil. If you have oily skin, or simply don’t like the feeling of an oily scrub, you may wish to make a coffee scrub with honey instead of oil.

However, you’ll need to use coffee grounds as your exfoliant, as both sugar and salt dissolve in honey. And if you’re vegan, you can use another syrup-like sweetener such as agave nectar as your base.

To make a simple coffee honey body scrub, all you need to do is mix coffee grounds and honey. You can also add some instant coffee for extra skin benefits.

However, as previously mentioned, be aware that coffee grounds clog shower drains. I recommend purchasing a fine mesh shower drain guard to catch the coffee grounds before they cause an issue.

How do you make a vegan coffee scrub?

To make a vegan coffee scrub, simply replace the milk powder in each recipe with coconut milk powder.

How long does a homemade coffee scrub last?

The shelf life of a homemade coffee scrub depends on a variety of factors, including the freshness of each ingredient. It will also depend on whether your scrub has a whipped soap topping.

Instant coffee has an indefinite shelf life. Sugar doesn’t really spoil, and for the purpose of a body scrub, its best before date isn’t anything to worry about.

Therefore, the shelf life of your coffee scrub will mostly depend on the kind of oil you use in your scrub. For example, the shelf life of fractionated coconut oil is 2 years or more.

If making one of the simple scrubs, as long as you are careful not to let any water get into your scrub jar, your coffee scrub will keep for a long time.

If your scrub has a whipped soap topping, you should aim to use it up faster than the rest of your scrub.

Castile soap has a high pH that resists mold bacterial growth. However, its resistance to pathogens will also depend on the particular brand of soap you use. So I cannot make any claims about how long your whipped soap will last.

How often should you use a coffee body scrub?

You should only use a body scrub 1-2 times per week to avoid over-exfoliating your skin. It’s important to remember that body scrubs are abrasive and can damage skin with overuse.

Yield: 1 coffee scrub

DIY Coffee Body Scrub Recipes

DIY coffee body scrubs

Learn how to make 6 easy DIY coffee body scrub recipes that look real. Each recipe is crafted after a popular coffee drink flavour and scented with essential oils. Choose between dalgona coffee, vanilla latte, caramel latte and more!

Active Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Difficulty Easy
Estimated Cost $4

Materials

Dalgona Coffee Body Scrub

Caramel Latte Coffee Scrub

Mocha Coffee Body Scrub

Vanilla Latte Sugar Scrub

Coconut Milk Latte Coffee Scrub

Espresso Coffee Body Scrub

Whipped Soap Topping

Tools

Instructions

Coffee Body Scrub

  1. First, create your coffee scrub's base. Combine the dry ingredients – sugar, milk powder, and instant coffee.

    If making the coconut milk latte scrub, sub coconut milk powder. Skip the instant coffee if making the dalgona coffee scrub – it will be added to the whipped soap instead. And if making the mocha scrub, don't forget to add cocoa powder.
  2. Add coconut oil (or liquid oil of choice) and mix to incorporate.
  3. If the scrub recipe calls for essential oils, add them and mix again.
  4. Place the coffee scrub into your desired storage jar.
  5. If your scrub calls for a whipped soap topping, make it by following the instructions below.

    If making the dalgona coffee scrub, add instant coffee and tonka bean oil to the whipped soap.
  6. Using a piping bag or cake decorating tool, pipe the whipped soap onto the scrub base.
  7. If your coffee scrub calls for a faux sauce, make it by mixing honey with clay (for caramel sauce) or cocoa powder (for chocolate sauce).
  8. Add tonka bean oil to the caramel sauce, or cacao absolute to the chocolate sauce.
  9. Drizzle the sauce onto your whipped soap topping.

Whipped Soap Topping

  1. First, you’ll need to temper your shea butter. Begin by placing it into a heat-proof metal mixing bowl. Then, create a double boiler by placing the bowl in a shallow pan filled with water, or on top of a saucepan filled with water.
  2. Melt the shea butter over medium heat, stirring frequently to ensure even melting. Once it has liquified, remove it from the heat and place it into the refrigerator to cool for approximately an hour.
  3. After the shea butter has completely solidified, remove it from the refrigerator and allow it to come to room temperature. At this point, your shea butter will be completely smooth and free of lumps.
  4. Using a hand mixer, whip the shea butter until it’s smooth and creamy.
  5. Then, add half the Castile soap and whip again.
  6. Once incorporated, add the remainder of the Castile soap and whip until the mixture reaches the consistency of whipped cream.
  7. Place your whipped soap into a piping bag or cake decorator and pipe onto your coffee scrub.

Notes

Can you make a coffee body scrub without coconut oil?

Yes, you can make each coffee scrub without coconut oil. Each recipe calls for fractionated (liquid) coconut oil, but you can use any liquid carrier oil of your choosing. Options include avocado oil, olive oil, and jojoba oil.

How do you make a vegan coffee scrub?

To make a vegan coffee scrub, simply replace the milk powder in each recipe with coconut milk powder.

Can you make a coffee body scrub without oil?

Yes, it’s possible to make a coffee scrub without oil. If you have oily skin, or simply don’t like the feeling of an oily scrub, you may wish to make a coffee scrub with honey instead of oil.

However, you’ll need to use coffee grounds as your exfoliant, as both sugar and salt dissolve in honey. And if you’re vegan, you can use another syrup-like sweetener such as agave nectar as your base.

However, as previously mentioned, be aware that coffee grounds clog shower drains. I recommend purchasing a fine mesh shower drain guard to catch the coffee grounds.

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Caz / InvisiblyMe

Sunday 18th of October 2020

What an awesome idea, very creative. A good point on not using things like sugar or coffee on delicate facial skin though. These looks so cute and definite realistic, so much so that I'd be too tempted to eat them! xx

Caz (https://invisiblyme.com/)

Kyla

Monday 19th of October 2020

Thank you so much for the kind words, Caz! Yes, unfortunately there's a lot of misinformation out there about using coffee scrubs on the face! So I wanted to make sure no one used these scrubs in a potentially damaging way. 😊

Cyna

Friday 16th of October 2020

Oh, wow! These look good enough to eat. Amazing recipes, Kyla, and beautiful photography, Kim!

Kyla

Sunday 18th of October 2020

Thank you, Cyna! 😊