DIY Vanilla Coffee Sugar Scrub

DIY Vanilla Coffee Sugar Scrub

While this is a delicious smelling body scrub that would make an awesome handmade gift for any time of year, Mother’s Day is just around the corner! Not only will any coffee lover be enamored with the smell of this sugar scrub, caffeine is also shown to have great results when applied to your skin. This scrub comes together in just minutes.

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup coconut oil
  • ¾ cup coffee grounds (not instant)
  • ¾ cup evaporated cane juice (or other coarse sugar)
  • 3-4 droppers full vanilla essential oil in jojoba

Mix all ingredients together until well combined. Use as a body scrub in the shower. It’s that simple!

I found the built in dropper in the vanilla oil to be hard to use to I removed it and use the dropper shown in the below pic. The recipe use 3-4 droppers full.

DIY Vanilla Coffee Sugar Scrub

 

Enjoy!

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  1. Oh coffee goodness. I have done something similar to this and I cannot wait to try this one combining the coffee and sugar.

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    • Hi Amy! I see plenty of people use it in DIY recipes online but I’ve also read that typical vanilla extract isn’t great for skin use so I’m not sure to be honest but I’d stick with the vanilla oil for using on skin. Have a great day! -Dawn

  3. When you are saving up your coffee grounds….should you let them dry completely and then store them in a container until use? How long can the scrub be stored once it is mixed? Can it be stored in the freezed to prolong shelf time??

    • Hi Cindy! You actually want to use fresh grounds, not used. The scrub keeps about 6 months but mine only lasts 1-2 with weekly use. I wouldn’t recommend freezing it but that’s not to say you can’t! Hope this helps! -Dawn