Date: 2020-06-01 14:00:07
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Have you ever heard that exfoliating is an excellent way to eliminate dead skin cells and blackheads and also to facilitate the penetration of your moisturizing creams, besides many other benefits?
An easy and cheap way of exfoliating your skin at home is using coffee. Have you ever heard of coffee scrubs?
In today’s video, you will learn 3 coffee scrubs to make at home and exfoliate your skin.
Exfoliating your face and body with coffee will give amazing results since, besides softening the skin, it will also help remove all the dirt and make your skin smoother.
Write down the ingredients!
All the recipes are prepared in the same way: just mix the ingredients well until it becomes a smooth paste.
Using these scrubs is easy too.
For even better results, try exfoliating after your shower since your pores will be open by the heat and steam, allowing the scrub to clean even the deepest layers of the skin.
It is recommended to apply some moisturizing cream after the exfoliation, to make your skin even softer. You can use the coffee scrub up to 2 times a week.
Besides all the benefits we mentioned above, exfoliating also helps to soften the skin, improve blood circulation, lessen red stretch marks, and stimulate the growth of new skin cells.
Do it and share your experience with us!
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