Product Spotlight: Coffee Body Scrub

Product Spotlight: Coffee Body Scrub


We simply cannot function without our morning cup-o-coffee here at BBE. The smell of fresh java alone does wonders for the senses! So, we bottled up that feeling in one mighty little scrub. Organic fresh coffee grounds, sugar, and apricot kernel oil are just a few of the ingredients that make this coffee body scrub the best.


Product Spotlight: Coffee Body Scrub

Coffee Scrub Benefits

- Exfoliation for Smoother Skin

- Improved Circulation

- Reduces the Appearance of Cellulite

- Perfect for Fading Scars

- Invigorating Coffee Scent

- Longer Shelf Life Than DIY Coffee Scrub/Homemade Coffee Scrub

 Beauty by earth coffee body scrub on a leg

Coffee Scrub Ingredients


Sugar is a natural exfoliant that helps lightly dust away flaky skin, dirt, and any other funk left on your skin. Unlike other physical exfoliants that use harsh, micro-tear-causing ingredients like walnut shell, sugar scrubs are gentle—even for sensitive skin. Using light scrubbing you can remove dead skin cells for more healthy, rejuvenated looking skin.


Sugar - an ingredient in BBE's coffee body scrub


A nutrient-rich oil overflowing with anti-aging and antioxidant properties. Nourishes skin and reduces water tension (which leads to the breakdown of cellulite). It's also a rich source of vitamin b3 which helps prevent non-melanoma skin cancers. Using a coffee sugar scrub certainly be a game changer for your skin.

 Coffee - an ingredient in BBE's coffee body scrub

Sunflower Seed Oil

Get this. Sunflower oil contains Vitamin E that as many of us know, is a potent antioxidant that can keep skin looking your and luscious. On top of that, this ingredient contains linoleic acid, which helps to protect the skin’s natural barrier and allows it to retain moisture more easily. Needless to say, dry skin stands no chance against this powerful organic ingredient.

Sunflower Oil - an ingredient in BBE's coffee body scrub 

Apricot Kernel Oil

This light-weight, colorless oil is made from pressing the kernels of apricot fruit. It dually moisturizes and exfoliates skin, making it a favorite among natural beauty enthusiasts. Because it's so good at locking in hydration, apricot kernel oil is a go-to ingredient for helping reduce rosacea, inflammation, psoriasis, and eczema. And because of its anti-inflammatory properties and protection against sebum buildup, it's a beauty care MVP for anyone with acne-prone skin.

 Apricot Kernel Oil - an ingredient in BBE's coffee body scrub

Marula Kernel Oil

This emollient coffee scrub ingredient will leave your skin silky smooth. Perfect for dry skin that needs a little extra love and hydration. On top of ultra moisturizing, it helps protect the skin from antioxidants and helps soothe inflammation or skin irritation.

 Marula Kernel Oil - an ingredient in BBE's coffee body scrub

Get Rid of Dead Skin Cells - How-To

Body scrubs are good to use any time you're in the shower! We like to use them pre-shaving for the smoothest results. Once you've got wet skin, scoop out a generous amount of scrub and move head-to-toe with gentle, circular motions.

Coffee body scrub on fingers

Up close shot of Applying coffee body scrub  

If you're wanting to up the pampering anty, use it for your own coffee scrub massage at-home. Read more about the technique here. Rinse well with warm water and finish with your favorite body lotion for baby-soft skin.


 We hope you enjoyed this product spotlight on our coffee scrubs! What's your go-to coffee drink? Let us know in the comments below! And, let us know what other products you'd like to see us feature.

As always, thanks for reading, coffee lover.


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