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Mixed in with a rich scent of brazilian espresso coffee , cocoa butter and brazilian almond oil.The coffee lover in me was certainly drawn to this particular coffee soap . The aroma of freshly brewed coffee, not to mention the scent of vanilla and hazelnut essential oil mixed in with a rich scent of Brazilian espresso coffee , coffee butter and the addition of Brazilian almond oil makes this coffee soap not only alluring on your nose but great for your skin. Since ground coffee is a natural exfoliate and helps move away dead skin cells it makes this a great scrub coffee soap. Packed with freshly ground Brazilian espresso coffee and coffee butter ,it wont disappoint any coffee lover or anyone who can appreciate the aroma of a fresh brewed exotic coffee. Brazilian coffee grinds absorb garlic and onion smell off your fingers, A must in the kitchen and shower
The Brazilian coffee soap holds a special place in my heart! I believe that every coffee soap we sell at natural handcrafted soap is the best that particular region has to offer, and I know that many of you truly appreciate the quality and the scent of the coffee soap. Fight acne, eczema and psoriasis - The natural oil in coffee contains enzymes that detoxify, cleanse and help unclog pores, making it ideal for treating acne, eczema and other skin problems. Coffee oil is very similar to our natural body oils and has the same PH level as human skin. Your skin will absorb the oils in this natural soap, giving it a soft and silky feel.
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Didn't really feel clean after using it. No lather, which isn't a big deal. I have used other coffee sodas and loved them that why I tried this one. Not worth the price.Published 8 months ago by Robin Gillette
I've tried other NHC soaps (Lemongrass,Morrocan Grapefruit and Red clay)and I love citrus so I expected to like one of the two the most but this Brazilian Expresso Coffee... Read morePublished 10 months ago by J. Carroll