I used the coffee with some cetaphil and it left me skin feeling soft and moisturized. Note that I didn't scrub too much because I do get red easily and use a little more moisturizer than you usually wold because the skin is a little raw after exfoliation and it will get dry, I use coconut oil.
I add some coffee grounds, some aloe 100% vera gel, and a little bit of organic coconut oil. The coconut oil dissolves makeup, the coffee exfoliates and the aloe soothes the skin. Not drying at all and it smells great!
I used this for the first time today and for someone who has sensitive skin I really liked it. I'll post back tomorrow or in a couple of days to see if maybe it takes longer to work. I probably also should use it a bit more before posting aswell. But here's how I used it: I mixed 1 teaspoon of ground coffee with 1 teaspoon of coconut oil and mixed it together with my hands. I put it on using my hands and rubbed it in, in circular motions very gently. I left it on for 15 minutes and then gently removed it. My initial thoughts though are that I really like it. My face feels really clean but also kind of moisturised because of the cocout oil. I did moisturise and put on sunsreen afterwards because you're still exfoliating and this used to always be my mistake in my skincare rountine, forgetting to moisturise. Not only do I feel moisturised but because of the coffee I feel it really cleaned my skin deeply and gave my skin a lovely glow. One word of advice is that although it is mild and didn't irritate my skin be careful when applying and especially removing the mask. Use plenty of water to remove it and don't use the coffee granules to scrub your face, it could end up damaging your skin.
I haven't made my own mix but I've bought 3 different coffee scrubs from [link removed] and they work amazingly for a variety of skin issues. The biggest thing I got out of them was a decrease in discoloration > more even skin tone, and very moisturized, supple skin! They're only ~$14 and lasts at least 4 months
This stuff is awesome. First time I tried it it was a miracle. I mix it with coconut oil and sugar, like I saw in a video and it works great. I put the mask on for about 10 minutes and wipe it off. Immediately I see a difference. My skin is brighter, my sits have reduced in size an lost some redness. But make sure that your mask it fresh every time you use it. I have tried putting it in a container and using it the next day, but I do not get the same result. But still. WORKS WONDERS.
I am sitting here with a bright red face after making a facial scrub out of coffee grounds, green coffee, agave siroup and a bit of green tea. I have used coffe egrounds befor with oils, it was always quite good, so I am not sure what went wrong today (maybe the green ingredients?) but after 5 minutes my face was itching like crazy. After about 8 minutes I washed it off and my face was covered in raised spots and red blotches :( never doing THAT again!
TRY THIS. A MIRACLE! I'd almost given up and I was ashamed of my skin - I had to even almost cancel dinner plans one night because I was afraid of being judged but mostly feeling ugly and less confident and just DIRTY... PIMPLES AND REDNESS MAKE ME FEEL LIKE I'M UNCLEAN!... but NOW with this recently, as a scrub alone or combined with plain greek yogurt as a mask (TIP: ALSO YOU CAN ADD IN TURMERIC POWDER AND LEMON JUICE FOR EXTRA LIGHTENING AND GLOW) - FREAKING AMAZING - I GET THAT CELEBRITY SKIN! Glowy and clear! YES! AND I AM ACNE- PRONE... I also do take 100 mg doxycycline every night and use Retin-A every two or few days - BUT THIS IS AMAZING ON ITS OWN OR WITH OTHER HELPFUL ACNE ROUTINES!!!!!
I came across this body scrub, I believe it was something like "You make me Coco?" I'm not sure, but anyways I always try to find a more natural method for getting similar results. So I decide to use coffee grounds at home, and I have to say it's very refreshing! I do this once a week, and I honestly always look forward to it. I like to begin by dry brushing my skin since it's known to increase blood flow, and apparently get rid of cellulite (although I have yet to see results). Then I like to go into my shower and scrub it, and you'll want to use it everywhere. You will immediately feel the softness and cleanliness. To conclude, I enjoy putting olive oil onto my skin and it just tops everything off. Trust me you guys, you'll feel as though you have returned from a day at the spa. It's calming, and purifying and just overall amazing. Now, I've read that it is not recommended that you use coffee grounds on your face although I do, when I do, I've had great results. It de-puffs your eyes and brightens and clarifies your skin. Overall, it's a great regimen. One I have grown to love and its inexpensive!
I've tried so many acne methods from shrubs, masks, astrigents, etc. But so far the best method I have used was using plan coffee grounds on my face. Not only does it make my skin softer and brighter, I've noticed it makes my acne scars fade away. I'm probably going to do a YouTube tutorial on this for my subscribers because the new acne method I have now literally made almost all my acne disappear in about two days. I was pretty dang. Impressed honestly. Haha