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I don’t know about you, but my skin is incredibly dry in the winter. It’s gets pretty cold around here in Boston and my poor skin sure pays the price. I am always looking for ways to keep my skin moisturized and over the weekend I got a brilliant idea. I decided that I wanted to make a homemade coffee scrub. Being the coffee addict that I am, I figured it would have a dual purpose by moisturizing and smelling awesome.
I headed to Walmart to grab some Jergens moisturizer to use in my scrub. I couldn’t decide which one to get, so I grabbed a bottle of Jergens Wet Skin Moisturizer (Green Tea Oil) and a bottle of Jergens Wet Skin Moisturizer (Coconut Oil). I only needed one for my scrub, but with my super dry skin this winter, I figured they would both be good to have on hand.
Here’s what you need:
- 1/3 Cup Jergens Wet Skin Moisturizer (Coconut Oil)
- 1/3 Cup ground coffee
- 1/3 Cup brown sugar
You will also need:
- 8 oz jar
- Mixing bowl
- Small mixing spoon
Here’s what you do:
1. In a small mixing container, add your Jergens Wet Skin Moisturizer, coffee, and brown sugar.
2. Mix all your ingredients until it reaches a wet sand like consistency.
3. Scoop into your small 8oz jar.
4. To use: scoop out as much as you’d like and rub it into your skin, then just rinse off.
Jergens Wet Skin Moisturizer is the perfect moisturizer to use in this scrub. It absorbs two times faster, which makes for soft skin that lasts for a full 24 hours. Plus all you have to do it apply it to wet skin and it instantly locks in moisture on your wet skin!
I am loving it so far. How do you keep your skin moisturized in the winter?