Why Coffee Scrubs Are Essential For Good Skin

The Many Benefits To Using Coffee Scrub

Coffee Scrubs
Coffee Scrubs

Body Scrubs are amazing. They have an abundance of benefits for your skin and body, like:

  • Removing dead skin
  • Allowing your body to absorb moisturizer better
  • Reducing stress
  • Clearing acne and blemishes

But one of the greatest favours you can do to your body is to use a coffee body scrub. I understand that it may sound a bit weird, after all everyone mostly associates coffee as a necessary beverage that is drunk each morning which allows us to function throughout the day. But coffee scrubs are astonishing for your skin and here are a few reasons why:

Coffee is an Antioxidant

  • Oxidation can cause reactions on your skin like acne and eczema, but caffeine as an antioxidant helps to reduce these reactions
  • A coffee scrub can help fix UV damage on your skin (sun spots, pigmentation and freckles)
  • The antioxidant properties help to calm inflamed skin, uneven skin tone and even sensitive skin

Fresh and Healthy Skin

  • Coffee is a natural exfoliator (not a chemical exfoliator), which removes dead skin, leaving your skin soft and smooth.
  • The caffeine can help to temporarily reduce cellulite by increasing blood flow
  • Coffee scrubs work to tighten blood vessels which then can create a firmer appearance
  • Coffee scrubs can be used to fight the manifestation of varicose veins


  • The exfoliation powers of a body scrub combined with coffee help to stimulate and wake up your skin
  • Coffee scrubs improve and stimulate blood circulation

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Lynette Kumar is currently completing her masters in Secondary Education at The University of Melbourne, however, her true love has always been writing. Lynette has spent her undergraduate years volunteering at the Melbourne Writers Festival, participating in a panel about Women's Writing at the 2015 Emerging Writers Festival and looking for any opportunity to get involved in the literary life of Melbourne. Lynette hopes to work as an editor one day and will spend any free time she has reading or continuing her pursuit to make the best chocolate chip cookies.