Today, it feels like spring. Check out this beautiful sight outside our home!
And with this spring feeling, I felt like cleaning! My face!
I use Aleppo soap for my hair, body and face. I still feel strange writing the word Aleppo, because the Syrian city has gone through so much. I doubt there will be much soap for sale in the foreseeable future, which is the least of our worries.
After summer holidays in Australia, wearing sunscreen every day, my skin felt really clogged, so after reading about it many times, I thought I’d give the used grounds from this morning’s coffee another job.
This is one of those easy and effective treatments where you think ‘why have I never done this before?’ Zero waste face scrub! I just put a dollop of coconut oil and a small amount of coffee grounds in my hands, rubbed them together, then scrubbed my face.
Totally sold on how effective and simple this is! Clogged pores are clear, the bumpy skin around my chin is now soft and my whole face feels fresh. Two ingredients, minimal packaging, no nasty ingredients.
And the leftover grounds went in the compost.
Will be doing this again, for sure. I liked the feeling the coconut oil left on my face (I normally just use it on my body). Here’s a recipe from PETA which uses olive oil, if you fancy trying that.
Wishing you a wonderful day.
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I had to smile – my son-in-law looked a little embarrassed when I caught him with the coffee grounds… he admitted he likes to use them as a scrub in the shower. He’s a very manly man but was as enthusiastic as any youtube fangirl lol!
As I don’t drink coffee, I’ll have to pass, though 😮
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Ahahaha love it! Good on him, it makes a lovely scrub. I also put them in the compost. Apparently strawberries dig a little caffeine hit now and then too 🙂