DIY Coffee Ground Soap | A Modern Girl Recommends

DIY Coffee Ground Soap | A Modern Girl Recommends

DIY Coffee Ground Soap | A Modern Girl Recommends

Welcome to this Wednesday’s edition just two more days before the weekend begins and before the weekend starts I wanted to share a DIY that is pretty much going to be all about uniting coffee lovers, beauty and DIY addicts together in perfect harmony by taking our love for coffee, beauty and DIY’s and throwing them all together to create these Hazelnut Coffee Ground soaps that not only smells incredibly good, but packs a punch of caffeine which is loaded with an abundance of skincare benefits from de-puffing, brightening, to diminishing the appearance of cellulite and much more these coffee soaps will put an end to us tossing out those used coffee grounds or just using them for composting it time to think outside of the coffee box and start incorporating those leftover coffee grounds into our beauty and skincare so let’s get things started with my DIY Coffee Ground Soap.

What supplies you’ll need

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4 cups of clear Glycerin soap

1 Cup of used Hazelnut coffee grounds

1 tbsp of Vanilla Extract

Muffin tin

Sauce pan

Measuring cup

Measuring spoon

Coconut oil

Spoon or paring knife

Let’s Get Started 

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Step 1

First lightly oil your muffin tin with coconut oil this will make removing your soaps much easier later. Now add one teaspoon of coffee grounds into each section of your muffin tin.

Step 2

Take 4 cups of clear glycerin and cut your soap into cubes and melt over a double boiler, stir occasionally until the glycerin is completely melted.

DIY Coffee Ground Soap | A Modern Girl Recommends

Step 3

Add the coffee grounds to the melted glycerin while the glycerin is still warm and one tablespoon of vanilla extract and give it a good stir until everything is evenly blended without any clumps.

Extra tip To avoid the glycerin from ending up on your clothes and possibly burning you be careful and only add a tablespoon of your coffee grounds in a little at a time.

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Step 4

Now pour your mixture into each section of your muffin tin just before you reach the rim and Let your soaps cool from anywhere from an hour to overnight. I personally waited twenty-four hours for my soaps to cool and harden before I removed them from the tin.

Step 5

To remove your soaps from the mold carefully and very gently take a paring knife or a spoon and work your way around the edges of the soap until you reach the bottom and then the soap should release from the mold perfectly just be patient the first two might get chipped or ruffed around the edges, but after you will get a hang of things and it will be a breeze to remove.

Step 6

Enjoy your creation!.

Thanks for stopping by for my DIY Coffee Ground Soap edition this is just one of many recipes one can follow to enjoy a fun beneficial DIY. Like, share and subscribe for more to come and I will see you all again soon.

Purchasing Info

Muffin Tin 

Measuring cup

Measuring spoons

Marble tray (Similar)

Paring Knife 

Hazelnut coffee Grounds

Molina Original Vanilla Blend Extract

Glycerin

 

Disclaimer: The ingredients and items featured in the post DIY Coffee Ground Soap were purchased by me for A Modern Girl Recommends website for the purpose of the featured DIY/Tutorial, and all views and opinions expressed are of my own, and in no way dictated, affiliated or drawn by any retailer’s influence. This post may contain affiliate links. You as the reader, subscriber or site visitor will not be charged anything for clicking on these links, they are direct links to products mentioned within the post I will however receive a percentage of the cost of your purchase from the retailer.

*** This soap is not intended for children so please keep out of their reach.***

 

 

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