Hope you are all having a fabulous day. During the Christmas season I received a NAYKI Autumn spice vanilla chai coffee scrub from my lovely best friend. I have previously heard and read some wonderful reviews about coffee scrubs and the benefits to your skin. Before writing this review I had not tried a coffee scrub before. Of course I have tried many others over the years and even made my own as you would have seen on my blog. I was particularly excited to try this product, as I always love trying new products, particularly ones made from all natural ingredients. Many of which are organic. Using these wonderful ingredients the scrub is designed to
“repair damaged skin, treat skin conditions such as Acne, Eczema & Dermatitis”.
I love the way that NAYKI has packaged this scrub. There is a lot to be said for simplistic presentation. When first opening the packet I was instantly hit with a familiar coffee smell that took me straight back to the coffee shops of London. There is also a very distinct spice smell that begins to overpower the initial coffee scent. I was expecting to smell a hint of vanilla, however even when using this in the shower I wasn’t able to smell vanilla. This might just be me or this specific batch. Unfortunately I am one of those rare unicorns who has an aversion to the taste and smell of coffee. To give you the perspective of someone who loves coffee I asked my lovely mother's opinion. She found the aroma sweet with a nice coffee scent that wasn't overpowering.
Scrub a dub dub
After using this scrub my skin honestly felt incredible. All of the different oils had absorbed into my skin making it feel really soft and smooth. I am also left with a spiced coffee aroma on my skin. I would definitely recommend this product to the coffee lovers out there. It will make your skin and bathroom smell like chai spiced coffee, whilst making your skin very happy. After trying this scrub I'd love to try one of their green tea scrubs.
If you want to try out NAYKI’s coffee scrubs yourself check out getnayki.com. I've also listed all their other links below.