This DIY Anti-Cellulite Exfoliating Coffee Scrub incorporates caffeine,
which is said to reduce the appearance of cellulite, tighten skin and provide antioxidants.
The bonus of this DIY Anti-Cellulite Exfoliating Coffee Scrub is that you likely have all the
ingredients needed on hand. This mix of household essentials makes for a great
exfoliating scrub that also smells delicious.
Plus, you’re basically recycling and getting rid of cellulite scrub with old coffee grinds.
Can You Actually Get Rid of Cellulite?
While it might be impossible to completely get rid of cellulite completely.
It’s possible to reduce the appearance of cellulite by not only using the anti-cellulite coconut oil
and coffee scrub, but also dry brushing regularly.
I’ve been dry brushing and scrubbing for the last month,
and I am noticing slight improvement in the appearance of cellulite.
Overall bonus is that my skin as a whole feels and looks better.
The combination of dry brushing, and then scrubbing with caffeine and coconut makes me
feel refreshed and a bit more confident.
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What is Dry Brushing?
Dry brushing stimulates the skin, gets rid of toxins, and promotes cell renewal, tightness and blood flow.
The best time to dry brush is right before you shower.
Start with the top of your feet and move all the way up your body in circular motion.
Use firm, circular strokes. One thing to remember is that you should always brush towards your heart.
Avoid sensitive areas such as the breast, and pay lots of attention to the back of your thighs, arms and bum.
For best results make it part of your nightly routine to see changes.
Use a brush with natural bristles, not synthetic ones. I purchased this one on Amazon.
Follow up dry brushing with the anti cellulite coconut oil and coffee scrub.
How to Make the DIY Anti-Cellulite Body Scrub
- 1/2 cup of coffee grounds
- 3 tbsp coconut oil
- 2 tbsp of sea salt or sugar
- an empty container
Combine the dry ingredients in a bowl. Melt the coconut oil in the microwave for 30 seconds, and add to the dry items. Mix everything together. Transfer the scrub to a waterproof jar or a container that will survive in your shower for several days. I used a standard mason jar.
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