If you spent a lot of time outdoors over the Memorial Day weekend without enough sun protection, chances are you ended up with sunburns and peeling skin. These unsightly and often painful signs of sun damage can make anyone feel reluctant to wear breezy dresses and skirts. But we've found a homemade beauty recipe that will help you get sexy summer skin in no time.
In the video above, PopSugar Beauty reporter Kirbie Johnson breaks out a slow cooker to whip up an exfoliating body scrub made out of sugar, sweet almond oil and coffee grounds. While the ingredients read more like the makings of a Starbucks drink, the caffeinated mixture sloughs away dead skin cells, replenishes the body with moisture and firms and tones skin.
Check the clip out to see what goes into this coffee ground scrub recipe, then tell us if you'd give it a try.
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