DIY Coffee Skincare Products to Make at Home

Oct 18 2018

Did you know that coffee has uses beyond giving us our daily caffeine fix? It’s actually a great ingredient to use in your everyday beauty routine. What’s even better about using coffee as a skincare product is that it won’t break the bank – you can make your own skincare products in the comfort of your own home with just a few ingredients.

The benefits of using ground coffee in your beauty routine are multifaceted and include brightening, reducing cellulite, reducing dark circles, anti-aging, reducing inflammation and puffiness, treating acne, and after sun care. With this laundry list of benefits, coffee becomes a multi-use skincare product that can remedy the skin thanks to its plethora of helpful antioxidants.

Now that we know what using coffee grounds in our skincare routine can do, it’s time to discuss some DIY coffee skincare products to make at home. The options range from face scrubs and face masks to coffee ice cubes and cellulite scrubs, and likely include ingredients that are already in your kitchen.

Face Scrub

Mix together coconut oil and coffee grounds and apply to the face in circular motions before rinsing with warm water.

Face Mask

Mix together 3 tbsp yogurt, 1 tbsp honey and 2 tbsp ground coffee and apply to the  face for 15 minutes before rinsing with warm water.

Coffee Ice Cubes

Freeze coffee overnight in an ice cube tray and apply to puffy eyes in the morning to reduce the appearance of swelling.

Cellulite Scrub

Mix 1 cup of cooled coffee grounds with tea leaves from 2 green tea bags and rub the scrub in a circular motion on areas with cellulite. Rinse off and apply moisturizer.

 

If you’re interested in finding out the benefits that coffee can provide to your skin, try any of the above remedies at home. Find great deals on the best ground coffee here at Tiki Hut Coffee to use in your DIY skincare routine, which includes a variety of coffee flavors and brands. Enjoy free shipping on all orders over $29.99.



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