I’ve been trying to cut back on coffee. I get addicted too easily. One cup always seems to lead to more and bigger cups. (Nancy Reagan was right.) And God forbid I don’t drink it for a day, I end up with a splitting headache.
This photo was labeled “woman with migraine”. Personally, I think it should have been filed under “woman psychically trying to move a glass of water”.
All I had to do was smell Juara Invigorating Coffee Scrub and I was headed to the register before I even had the lid screwed back on.
This stuff is like a decadent spa treatment that you’d get in Indonesia somewhere. Actually, the whole Juara line is derived from Indonesian beauty rituals.
They even have a section on their website called “mini-rituals”. It’s nothing to do with giving virgins paper cuts (get it? mini-rituals?) but rather little, purifying or moisturizing or brightening, pre-packaged treatments.
So, anyway, where was I... telekinetically moving water glasses, paper cuts... oh yeah. Coffee is used to stimulate circulation to the skin, and is also known to be a powerful antioxidant. (Is it just me or do you see the words “powerful antioxidant” so much, that your mind reads it as blahblahidants?)
Anyway, this stuff is amazing. It smells like a combination of dark chocolate and delicious, rich coffee beans. Just rub this finely ground coffee (soaked in luxurious oil) in a circular motion and it generates a latte-type creaminess that cleans (you don’t need to use soap), exfoliates and leaves skin feeling super smooth, soft and invigorated. (It's a little messy, but I think it’s worth it.)