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5 Uses For Fresh Ground Coffee
The same properties that reportedly enable coffee to reduce the appearance of cellulite can smooth and tighten your skin, and the texture of ground coffee will buff away dead skin cells, too. Make your own coffee-based scrub by combining a tablespoon of coffee grounds with half a tablespoon of olive oil and, optionally, a drop of your favorite essential oil.
Get shiny hair
Who doesn’t want shiny, healthy-looking hair?
Coffee is often recommended as a simple, natural treatment to make hair extra-glossy.
Brew up an extra-strong pot, let it cool and apply it to your dry, clean hair.
Leave it on for at least twenty minutes, then rinse. Keep it up once a week or so for best results.
Pricey cellulite creams almost always have one major ingredient in common: caffeine, which supposedly enhances fat metabolism, reducing the appearance of these fatty pockets under the skin.
To make your own coffee cellulite treatment at home, mix warm used coffee grounds with coconut oil and rub it onto your skin in circular motions for a few minutes before rinsing.
Touch up furniture scratches
Scratches on wood furniture disappear almost instantly by simply rubbing in a little bit of instant coffee dampened into a paste with hot water.
Repeat if necessary until the scratch matches the surrounding wood.
2 for 1 Use them as plant food while keeping bugs away!
Coffee grounds are acidic, which makes them a great soil amendment for blueberries, roses, hydrangeas, and other acid-loving plants.
Deter the creepy-crawlies
Sprinkle coffee grounds in areas where you would like to repel ants, snails, or slugs.