Review: Dazzy Coffee Scrub

Dazzy coffee scrub review

You may have seen them in stores, on Insta and on beauty blogs but what exactly is coffee scrub, what does it do, and what are the benefits?

Well, it's a 100% natural scrub for your face and body that claims to help clear impurities such as spots and acne, as well as other skin issues such as cellulite, stretch marks, psoriasis, eczema and small veins. All while making your skin 'softer' and more hydrated.

This particular coffee scrub is made up of coffee (obvs), virgin coconut oil, almond oil, brown sugar, vitamin E and other 'miracle ingredients'.

As mentioned in this blog post, my skin has all of the problems. As well as trying to achieve clear, glowing skin, I want to help prevent fine lines and wrinkles forming as I don't think it's ever too early to do this! So bearing this in mind, scroll down for my review of the Dazzy coffee scrub...

Dazzy coffee scrub review
Dazzy coffee scrub review
Dazzy coffee scrub review

So, does it do what it says on the, er, packet – or is it all hype?

Well, as far as I can tell, it does what it claims. I don't have cellulite (that I'm aware of, probs do), stretch marks or small veins, so I can't profess to know whether or not it helps with those problems, but I do have VERY sensitive skin and I'm prone to breakouts and clogged pores. I'm very picky about what I use on my skin, but this scrub is 100% natural, so I decided to give it a shot. It's not too harsh at all. In fact, despite leaving it on for a little longer than I should've the first time, (I was getting the above snap etc), it didn't sting or redden my skin like a lot of masks and scrubs do. It smelt delicious (very strongly of coffee, which was left me wanting a cup even though I'm a herbal tea only person!) and left my skin feeling beautifully hydrated, soft and glowing. 

You can really feel the oils getting to work hydrating your skin (hydration is vital whether you have dry or oily, spot-tone skin because it will both solve dryness and reduce irritation which leads to breakouts!), meanwhile the coffee and brown sugar work to remove dead skin and impurities, bringing a fresh, clean glow to your skin.

What I love most about this coffee scrub, however, is that you can use it on your body too and it has the same glowing, hydrating and refreshing effect.

Would I recommend the Dazzy Coffee Scrub?

I would definitely recommend the Dazzy scrub to anyone who wants to try something new to give their skin a healthy glow, soft texture and fresh appearance. It's ideal for a pampering evening in, and I'd definitely recommend using it in the bath because one thing to note about this scrub is that it can get messy! Just make sure no one's gonna walk in on you when you're covered head to toe in coffee because it freaks them out, trust me. 

I tried the Coffee & Citrus scrub, but they do a variety, check them out via their website here and head here to purchase.

Sensitive skin rating: 4/5
Ingredients rating: 5/5
Spot/acne rating: 4/5
Glow rating: 5/5
Practicality rating: 2/5


* I happily received this scrub free of charge from Dazzy as I have been excited to try a coffee scrub for a while, but this was not a paid for post and is 100% my honest opinion!




1 comment

  1. This sounds great!! I've read so many coffee scrub reviews but it is still something i'm yet to try. I have quite bad acne and i'm trying to combat it but am yet to find something that works! This does sound super interesting x

    Abi | abistreetx

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