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Some mornings we’re feeling so sluggish, we’re loath to let go of our coffee even to hop in the shower. (If it gets watered down, we can just call it an Americano, right?) For those days—or anytime our morning could use an extra pick-me-up—this java-loaded scrub is just the thing. The blend of Kenyan coffee beans and nourishing oils exfoliates and hydrates, leaving skin renewed and ready for the day ahead: Think of it as skincare’s version of espresso.
Barely enough in the sample to test the product. What scrub I was able to get out of the foil packaging smelled alright but felt a little bit like scrubbing with coffee grinds. Not for me at all.1
I'm not really in to coffee smell for soaps and lotions. Also, the sampling size was so small it was hard to tell if it was a good product despite the smell.1
Not a fan of this one. I felt like I was scrubbing my body with ground up coffee due to the smell and texture. Ugh! Not for me...1
I don't know if it was the size of the sample or the general texture of the scrub, but I don't think this product worked for me at all.1
Was hardly enough to sample, which was ok after I opened and it smelled of mold!1
I tried the sample (very small sample) this morning in the shower. The medicinal smell really put me off. There was not enough of the scrub to really tell if it would have had a great result even if the smell wasn't bad.1
Smells a bit to "manly" for me. Not enough in the sample to test the effectiveness. I live a good scrub, but not this one.1
This scrub did not seem to have enough abrasive material in it to get a good exfoliation out of it. And the fragrance was not appealing to me in the least. While I loved other items in this line, the body scrub was not one of them.1
This product was not for me. I did not like the scrub1
Sample is not big enough to give it a good try to see if I would possible purchase in the future1