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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.
Oh my god, this stuff REEKS. It really smells horrendous! And it has a terrible consistency too. Not only was it difficult to get out of the packaging, but it was difficult to apply/use evenly as well. I will definitely not be buying it.1
Just as awesome as it's matching face scrub. Energizing scent. Very scrubby- only need a bit to do a ton of work. Luxurious feel and silk finish. Love it5
Gets the job done, but didn't think it was super special. Maybe because the sample size was too small to get a real idea.3
I received this in my birchbox and I loved both the face scrub and the body scrub. They are both gentle and smell really good5
so this is an interesting, food-based product. I am not always one for beauty products that have food aromas, but this is a nice polish that leaves your skin feeling clean and fresh.4
I'm not really sure what the advantage of this scrub is over just making your own at home, but it did its job well.
When I rubbed this product onto my skin, it felt as if it was warming, which was unsuspected and kind of strange. Maybe it was my imagination, as I didn't see anything about this in the product description.
I liked this scrub it did a great job exfoliating my dry skin and smells awesome!4
Really liked this product. I'd never tried it before.5
I liked the product but it is not something that I would spend money on4
I love coffee but this body scrub just wasn't cutting it for me. It was gross2