Just Skin Food
Use this scrub on your body for glowing and smoother skin. Many have used finely ground coffee and cinnamon as a facial scrub, but be gentle, skin on the face is very thin.
Cinnamon contains anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties, as well as a natural grittiness that helps clear out clogged pores. Researchers have found that cinnamon increases the production of collagen on skin.
Apply this scrub in the shower, take a spoonful or two and apply in a circular motion, paying attention to cellulite areas, small varicose vein areas, and dry skin. Never apply dry cinnamon directly to your skin as it can cause irritation.
Organic espresso coffee, organic cold pressed virgin olive oil infused with organic vanilla bean, organic dried rosemary herb, organic cinnamon, pure orange peel butter, and rhassoul clay*.
*Rhassoul Clay used in ancient Rome and Egypt as a daily cleanser comes from the Atlas Mountains in Eastern Morocco from deposits formed from volcanic ashes. Rhassoul Clay has a rejuvenating effect on the skin. It has a high content of Silica which supports deep layers of collagen and gives the skin its elasticity. Two other natural component of Rhassoul Clay is Magnesium and Calcium, which are essential for skin regeneration. And it mildly lathers.
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