Scrub babe, scrub. You’ve got a dirty mind.
Scrubbing for a short time has a lot of benefits. Like instantly softer skin. But scrubbing for a long time is even better. Just like one episode of Love Island is good. But an entire season is serious entertainment (or your guilty pleasure).
“What are exfoliation benefits?”
Exfoliation is the removal of dead skin cells. These pesky cells can create a barrier on your skin, clog your pores, and make you look dry & dull.
“What are the immediate benefits of using a coffee scrub?”
When your dead skin cells get buffed away, your skin instantly looks and feels smoother. My scrubs exfoliate with coffee grinds, but they also moisturise with natural oils, like cold pressed sweet almond oil, macadamia oil, and coconut oil. So you’ll look & feel smooth, soft, and moisturised, 365 days a year.
“What are the long-term benefits of using a coffee scrub?”
Long-term exfoliation is like a relationship: you commit to it and it will shower you in love & the occasional bouquet of roses. Over time, exfoliating will give you a brighter & more even skin tone, smoother texture, reduce the appearance of hyperpigmentation, fine lines, scars, and stretch marks.
Exfoliation also helps wake up your skin cells & get your blood going. Plus when you buff away your top layer of dead skin, you’re helping your other products sink in even deeper.
“What conditions does scrubbing help?”
Coffee scrub benefits can be seen & felt on your body, your face, and your scalp: anywhere you’ve got skin.
Coffee scrub benefits for your body:
Scrubbing your body has benefits, for a good time & a long time. It can help with scars, stretch marks, dry skin, body breakouts, keratosis pilaris, and cellulite, to name a few. Regular massaging, exfoliation, and moisture can help fade the appearance of marks & scars. It can also help smooth over stubborn lumps & bumps found anywhere from the backs of your arms to your booty. It’s safe to say the scrubbing benefits are endless.
Coffee scrub benefits for your face:
Fact: pimples are caused when your pores get clogged with dead skin, sweat, bacteria and dirt. Exfoliating with a coffee scrub helps with acne on both your body as well as your face. How? It buffs away the dead skin, stopping it from getting clogged in your precious pores.
Don’t forget, your lips are on your face too. They’re one of my favourite parts of you, #letsbefrank. Exfoliating keeps your lips smooth, especially if you’re someone who’s lipstick collection could rival Kylie Jenner’s. Lipsticks & lip products can dry out your lips, causing dryness and flakes. Keep a scrub handy and pay extra attention before and after painting your pout red (or pink or brown or blue).
Coffee scrub benefits for your hair:
Scrubbing benefits your hair, too. When you scrub your scalp, you remove product build up & dead skin cells. This helps other products absorb better and keeps your scalp clean & healthy. Exfoliation paired with moisturising helps with dry scalp, which happens when there’s not enough moisture in your scalp. When your hair is thirsty, I’ll be the tall drink of water it needs.
“How often should I exfoliate?”
It all comes down to the babe. If you have extra dry skin or want to see some serious results, scrub 2-3 times a week. If you’re simply doing it to feel smoother or you have sensitive skin, 1-2 times a week.
And it’s not just a winter sport or summer activity: you should scrub all year long. In winter to ward off dry, flaky skin and in summer to remove excess sweat & sunscreen. And in spring and autumn because soft skin is a year ‘round mood.
“What happens if I don’t exfoliate?”
#letsbefrank, the world won’t come crashing down if you miss a few sessions. But skipping out on the scrub could lead you to clogged pores, dry skin, and skin irritation.
When you don’t exfoliate, dead skin builds up. The buildup can lead to dullness, dryness, flaky skin, and premature aging.
“What do long-term scrubbing benefits look like?”
Ready to commit? Try my scrubs for face, body, and scalp. Take a before photo when I arrive. Then take your after photo after 1 month, 2 months, 1 year. We’ve got a good thing, babe. Let’s keep it going. And glowing.