“Get Naked, Get Dirty, Get Rough, Get Clean.” Frank Coffee Body Scrub.

I can’t get enough of Frank.

Frank coffee body scrub, that is.

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I first read about Frank in a Marie Claire article. After reading the article and seeing the before-and-after photos, I was hooked. I wanted more information so I looked up Frank’s different types of coffee body scrub products. I thought it was too good to be true that a coffee scrub could help get rid of cellulite and stretch marks! I read everything on the FAQ page to try to understand it and make some sense of it all. And then I couldn’t believe users’ success stories and photos on Frank’s blog! But hey, I don’t knock things until I try them out myself. So, I bought my first Frank coffee body scrub that day.

I. Am. So. Pleased. With. Frank. Sigh ❀

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I love drinking coffee and eating coffee-flavored items. But scrubbing coffee grounds onto my body? I never thought of that. After just one use of Frank, I was absolutely sold.

I bought Frank with the intention of using it on my thighs to target cellulite and stretch marks. I stepped into the shower, dampened my thighs, and then pulled a small handful of Frank out of the packaging and started scrubbing. It took me forever and I hate just standing in the shower scrubbing. But in the end, the results were worth it. My thighs felt as smooth as a baby’s behind! I was so amazed!

The next time I used Frank, I decided that since I loved how smooth it made my thighs feel, I’d use it all over my body. This time, I blasted the radio before I stepped into the shower. I dunked my hand deep into Frank’s packaging and pulled out a handful of the moist and fragrant coffee scrub. I danced and sang along to my favorite songs as I scrubbed the formula all over my body from my forehead down to my toes for about 5 minutes. When I stepped out of the shower, I was SO smooth, all over! AH-MAYYYY-ZING! πŸ˜€

I seriously swear by this product. Frank works! I would want to try to make my own coffee scrub, but I feel like it’d be one of those Pinterest fails. You know what I mean? The DIY version looks great online when someone posts instructions and photos, but then you try it at home and it looks horrifying. Yup. That’d be me πŸ˜›

I’m already almost done with my Frank body scrub 😦 So sad. I’ll just have to buy another one soon πŸ™‚ I’m way too excited! There were a total of 3 different Frank body scrubs online. I got the original coffee scrub, but I’d love to try the other two!

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I kind of wish the packaging was in a tin, but then I’d be tempted to just keep it in the shower or I’d forget about it and leave it in the shower. Now, I store Frank in a cool cabinet, away from water splashes from anywhere in the bathroom. Frank is super messy when you use him in the shower. So be warned! But it’s OK, because Frank goes down the drain easily. Plus, you smell like coffee afterward πŸ™‚

I highly recommend Frank coffee body scrub if you want super smooth skin. Frank made my elbows less flaky and my ashy feet less ashy. Frank works better on my heels than my pumice rock! And that’s saying something.

I was very surprised Frank helped with my hives a bit. I broke out in hives because of heat and stress a while ago. It was slowly healing but I was SO itchy! And I looked scary because of the red blotches of hives all over my chest and stomach. I thought Frank would be too harsh of a product to use on the hives, but it felt so nice to have a thick scrub over the hives. I was always scratching at the infected area, but the coffee scrub felt oddly soothing. It was like me scratching, but felt (and smelled) much nicer. After my shower, I noticed the hives actually disappeared significantly. Now, I’m not saying Frank can cure hives! I’m just saying it can help if you’re itching a lot and need a bit of relief on your skin. I have sensitive skin, so I’m glad this scrub worked out for me!

So, what are you waiting for?

“Get naked, get dirty, get rough, get clean” with Frank. He totally knows what he’s doing.


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