Coffee Scrub – Your New Morning Fix

One of the best smells in the world is the aroma of freshly brewed coffee. Well, for me at least there is nothing better than waking up to that first cup of coffee each morning. The smell instantly wakes me up and that first sip turns my mood dial to “happy”. It gives me the kick I need to get out there and face the world head on. But did you know that it also has some amazing benefits for your skin too?

An all natural exfoliator, coffee helps to removes dry, dead skin cells leaving your skin soft, supple and silky smooth. In fact, Tighten & Tone Coffee Scrub boasts many other beauty benefits as well so continue reading.

5 Ultimate Coffee Scrub Benefits

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1. Detoxifies

Coffee is a rich source of anti-oxidants which help fight free radicals whilst eliminating impurities from the skin. It stimulates blood flow and promotes regeneration of new skin cells.

2. Targets Cellulite

The combination of caffeine and the circular scrubbing action dilates the blood vessels, improves circulation and plumps up the skin making cellulite less noticeable and giving the skin with a firmer and more toned appearance.

3. Brightens Dull Skin

Caffeine is a stimulant so in the same way it wakes you up in the morning it wakes up your skin. Additionally, the process of scrubbing removes the dry dead skin cells on the skin’s surface which leads to your skin looking brighter.

4. Restores Ageing Skin

Antioxidants in coffee help neutralise the effects of free radicals, which cause damage to the inner layer of skin. The resulting damage is seen as age spots and wrinkles.

As the scrub is applied, the antioxidants are absorbed helping to prevent premature ageing. The coffee also stimulates the production of collagen and elastin helping to minimises fine lines. Coffee Scrub

5. Hydrates

It’s not the coffee that hydrates your skin but the sweet almond oil that gives the scrub is moisturising power. This light non-greasy oil is naturally rich in Vitamins, A, B and E and other skin loving nutrients to leave your skin feeling hydrated, soft and supple all day.

Packed full of natural ingredients, adding a Tighten & Tone Coffee Scrub to your morning skin care routine 2 or 3 times per week is not only a wonderful way of exfoliating and nourishing your skin leaving it silky soft and smoother than ever, it’s a feast for your senses too.

Why not give it a try?

About Vicki Law

Vicki Law is the Founder of SKN Complex, a 100 per cent Australian owned and operated skin care company committed to taking the clinical complexity out of the science of beauty and to provide an exceptional, inspiring range of products to Australian women. You can connect with Vicki via Twitter, LinkedIn or Email View all posts by Vicki Law ➞

Faith - September 21, 2016

I didn’t realize all the benifits from a good scrub. I really need to join the craze and give it a try. I really think I would find it relaxing!

xx

Carly Gordon - September 21, 2016

Coffee scrub is the ultimate! my fave is blended with almond oils <3

    About Vicki Law - September 21, 2016

    Almond oil is so nourishing. I’m thinking of bringing one out with macadamia oil for those we extra dry skin.

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