Get Rid Of Cellulite With This Homemade Vanilla Coffee Soap

by - March 07, 2022

This homemade coffee exfoliating soap is simple to make and smells amazing. It's a terrific way to brighten up your morning shower. Not to mention the fact that it can help to reduce the appearance of cellulite.  

I decided to share my favorite soap bar recipe with all of you coffee lovers out there. I love the aroma of vanilla and coffee combined, and the burst of energy that follows is something I look forward to every timeShea butter is well-known for its emollient properties. Mix it with some coffee grounds to help with cellulite reduction and to keep your skin looking healthy and smooth. The best part is that it only requires three ingredients! How's that for simple?



  • It's an emollient that moisturizes and softens the skin.
  • It may help reduce the appearance of stretch marks and scarring.
  • Its anti-inflammatory properties help soothe the skin. 
  • Shea butter benefits those with acne, as it helps fight breakouts.
  • It promotes collagen production.
  • Prevents skin irritation.


  • Coffee may help minimize the appearance of cellulite on the skin.
  • Coffee contains antioxidants, stimulants, and anti-inflammatory compounds, making it an effective acne treatment.
  • When used as a scrub, coffee can help remove dark spots, brighten dull skin, and smooth out uneven textures.
  • Caffeine in coffee can increase blood circulation and stimulate blood flow. 
  • Caffeine has the ability to firm and tighten the skin.
  • Honey is a natural humectant that helps soften and hydrate the skin.
  • It helps heal the skin and reduces inflammation, which can help fade acne scars.
  • It can lighten and brighten dark spots.
  • Honey helps reverse signs of aging.


  • 2 TBSP Coffee Grounds
  • 1 Pound Soap Base (melt and pour base)
  • 1-2 TBSP Honey
  • 1 TSP Vanilla Extract
  • 10 Drops of Cinnamon Essential Oil (optional)


1.) Cut the soap base into small cubes.
2.) Microwave the soap base for 45 seconds, then take it out and stir it. (Or place cubes in a double boiler. Heat over medium heat until melted.)
3.) Remove from heat and add the remaining ingredients. Stir everything together thoroughly.
4.) Pour into soap molds.
5.) Extra coffee grounds can be sprinkled on top if desired.
6.) To prevent air bubbles, lightly spray with rubbing alcohol.
7.) Allow at least two hours for the soap to set at room temperature.
8.) Remove the soaps from the molds once they have completely hardened.

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