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I don't even like normal scubs. This just sounds gimmicky to me.

 

I'll stick with my coffee in a mug, just black and strong, please.


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I've done that before. Just used my actual coffee grounds. It's a pretty common DIY scrub recommended to help cellulite. It seemed like it helped a little. Smelled and felt great.

 

But I only did it about 4-5 times before abandoning the practice. It was really icky looking to rinse out of the tub. And you have to get every little bit of the grounds or it looks nasty.

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Sugar and salt dissolve in water (just like bath salts); coffee grounds don't.


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