I am not a medical/health/emotional/financial /nutrition or any other kind of expert as far as it concerns the contents of this blog,  therefore anything written on the blog is not to be taken as any kind of advice, and should you choose to rely on anything  I write on this blog- you are doing it at your own risk and at your own responsibility.

*Add to the above disclaimer that I am also not a certified dermatologist- or a beautician. also- if you happen to have sensitive or delicate skin, or suffer from any allergies or special skin conditions-please don’t experiment on your face after reading some whacky post online.

Actually, even if you have problem-free facial skin(and who has that kind of skin outside the Disney studios?)-I think it would be wise to try new ideas derived from online blogs- on a hidden spot (beneath your chin or something like that)- before finding out the hard way the scrub wasn’t for you after all.

OL- now that I warned all the warnings- I want to emphasize once more the fact that everyone should do their own research before doing anything in this world of ours- and that includes, naturally, whatever you put on your face.

Speaking of naturally-

This coffee scrub is 100% natural, organic, vegan, costs 0000$, and it works like magic on my specific face– it might not do anything to yours- or you might even respond poorly for some reason again- use your brain before. oh -and also avoid it if you hate the smell of coffee (for some reason some people do- not judging, but what??). but it might also be the best scrub in the world for you- as it seems to be for me.

I drink 1 cup of black coffee a day- first thing in the morning- while still fasting.

I found out that more than one cup causes my eyes to start twitching, and my sleep hours are widely condemned at my household as it is -so not more than 1.

I never ever wash my coffee cup remnants down the kitchen sink- because coffee ground stick together and stick to fat in the drain and cause drain clogs which are a known bummer.

Also -ground coffee is excellent compost for my compost pile, so I spoon the remnants into my compost bin- and go on about the rest o my day.

That is- until recently.

Now- if any of you want to ask -why would I recommend a coffee scrub -which obviously after rinsing it off the face- inevitably goes down the drain-

Well- apparently you are not alone -because when I searched the web looking for potential hazards of said coffee scrub- I found a whole elaborate article stating the possible drain clog .

To this I say- people- the amount of coffee ground needed for an entire facial scrub is around 1/16 of a tsp-maybe even less. No way this amount will cause any clog- because this is the usual coffee residue I still have in my cup after discarding the grounds in my compost bin.

So?

So- I drink my coffee, and when the cup isn’t hot anymore- I take a tiny bit of the residue, with my spoon, and after rinsing my face with water- regular- faucet water- I scrub my face with the coffee grounds- really- a little goes a long way- if your face is a little wet from the water rinse- and I strongly advise that it will be- otherwise it can scratch your delicate facial skin- then rinse it off with water, then I add a little scrub with the leftover lemon cut that I use to spice up my water cup.

I rinse again- with water- then tap dry with a towel- and apply my usual facial cream/ and voila!

Shiny clean face with all the coffee ground benefits- for 0000$.

What benefits? here is a link to an article. I must say I see no reason to add sugar- white or brown for that matter- or coconut oil.

Why? because “if it ain’t broken- why fix it?”

Some people don’t react well to coconut oil- and adding sugar- especially in the summertime- is an open invitation for ants to join in. also – brown sugar is a bit harsh for my (slightly aging) skin.

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/322875

I know this may sound preposterous- but listen- my skin is actually tighter and though I’m hesitant to say it out loud- it is glowing. seriously.

This post should be titled “instead of botox -part 3”.

But don’t forget- first on a hidden spot!

Enjoy- the cooliflower.

Published by wiseassvegan

an organized full time working vegan -with plenty of ideas on getting everything done in the most simple and efficient way possible.

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    1. That’s great idea! BTW I noticed that since I started “feeding” my plants more of my “homemade” compost and adding water- they seem less prone to bugs? (those horrid afids). thanks for the comment+as usual- for reading!

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