Get Firmer, More Radiant Skin This Winter with a DIY Coffee Scrub
Hey Dolls! I’ll probably be uploading a lot this week since my internet and site has been giving me problems and I want to get back on track in time for the holidays! Today’s post features an awesome DIY Coffee Scrub to incorporate into your beauty regime this winter. I know right, time to make, prep and pamper. If you’re wondering what this scrub does, well let me tell you you’ll be happily satisfied by the results…this scrub is a cheap and natural way to reduce the appearance of cellulite, leaving a more refreshed appearance for that bikini weather that’s going to be fast approaching when 2018 hits.
I am all for self love and body confidence, let me just put this out there, things like cellulite and stretch marks are nothing to be ashamed off! As a woman you can’t always control every aspect of your body as you grow and develop and it’s truly important to understand and embrace that. With social media charging steadily towards us, we see all of these models and Instagram beauties with flawless bodies and skin and then you look at yourself and scrutinize every detail wishing you were as picture perfect. (Yes, I’ve been there & I know the struggle) Let’s be honest, more than often we’re aware of the Photoshop and all the fancy apps that help achieve this look but when you’re caught in the moment that’s the furthest thing from your mind. Every woman has their battles and it’s ok if you want use a little photo magic but I’m here to remind you that YOU’RE BEAUTIFUL and your body is a work of art.
Enough of my little speech, Let’s get to making this DIY Coffee Scrub! Here’s what you’ll need:
Now that you have all of your ingredients, grab your glass bowl and mix one (1) cup of the coffee, six (6) tbsp of coconut oil, three (3) tbsp of salt, two (2) tbsp of honey. Voila! now you have your DIY Coffee Scrub at your fingertips. Cellulite’s krytonite is caffeine and that’s coffee’s super power. I add honey for cleansing purposes and the sea salt is used to exfoliate but sugar can be a great substitute. Next use the dry brush as a stimulator in the target areas and rub gently in a circular motion (the brush step is optional but it’s recommended). Since this can get messy do your application in the shower and rinse. Repeat before every shower for best results and kick cellulite’s butt!
I hope you guys enjoyed this post, thank you for reading! Remember it’s perfectly natural to have cellulite and it’s totally ok to want to feel confident in your skin however you see fit. Comment or let me know how it works for you!