The Beauty In Coffee
As many of you know, Blair loves beauty. He loves beauty just as much as he loves his coffee.
Every morning, millions of people can't get into their daily routine without having a nice cup of coffee. It taste great, it perks you up, and for many, (you know who you are) you are not to be even spoken to until you had your first cup.
But some people are taking a whole new twist on the joys of coffee and implementing it in their beauty regime. Now, coffee can stain your teeth, but these three methods, you are not actually drinking a cup of joe, but wearing it!
1) Coffee on your face.
Do not, I repeat, do NOT pour hot cofee on your face. But many people are using coffee as a face mask. The coffee has anti aging properties by eliminating toxins and outside pollutions like cigarette smoke.
Here is what they do: Mix 2 tablespoons of ground coffee with 2 tablespoons of cocoa powder, 3 tablespoons of whole milk, and 1 tablespoon of honey. Apply a light coat of the mixture to your face. Let it sit for about 15 minutes then remove with a warm wash cloth.
2) Coffee in your hair.
Coffee will not only leave your hair silky and smooth but when massaged into the scalp, the caffeine can speed up growth and stengthen hair follicles.
Here is what to do: Brew a pot of coffee, then add half a cup of water. Let it cool until the coffee is lukewarm. Standing in the shower, pour the liquid onto your hair and scalp, then wrap hair in a plastic cap. Sit for 20 minutes then wash it out with warm water.
3) Coffee on your body.
Since coffee is a known diuretic, when applied to skin it can temporarily reduce the appearance of celluite since it absorbs fluid from fat cells. Again, don't pour hot coffee on your body,
Here is what you can do: Thoroughly mix together 1 cup of coffee grounds with ½ cup of white or brown sugar and 1 cup of coconut oil. After washing your body regularly, massage the mixture into your wet skin for a minute per area, then rinse with warm water.