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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.
This lovely scrub smells delicious, and leaves my skin feeling soft and smooth. Really great for the tougher, dry spots like knees and elbows, but gentle enough for all over.4
Not only was the sample of this product ridiculously small, I didn't think it was really anything great. I don't really know of anyone who wants to smell like coffee either. Nothing special.2
I loved how this scrub felt on my tired feet! However, from afar, the product had more of a medicinal smell than the good coffee smell I expected.3
This scrub smells like dark roar coffee and dirt. There is zero suds so it feels like rubbing dirt all over your body too. Not for me.2
My skin feels amazing...best body scrub ever! I will my local spa carried it...would be perfect for a scrub followed by a massage!5
I wanted to love this product but it fell flat for me. Not as exfoliating as I would have liked in a scrub and I didn't like the scent at all.2
The smell was nice and I liked that the exfoliating particles were larger. It seemed like I needed to use a lot to get the job done, though!3
This scrub is great! I love the way it left my skin feeling. And the idea that it is made of coffee is an added bonus!4
Left coffee grounds in my shower and smelled bad. Didn't notice a difference with my skin.1
I liked the smell and loved that it didn't have any oils or anything that left the tub slippery. Perhaps I didn't use enough because the sample size was quite small, but I didn't find it to be very effective.1