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Women Can't Stop Raving About Frank Body's Original Coffee Scrub In Dramatic 'Before And After' Pics

A £12.95 coffee scrub has beauty fans raving about its "magic" effect on stretchmarks.

Frank Body's Original Coffee Scrub is also said to help with scarring and acne with the help of robusta coffee grinds, which gently exfoliate the skin while promoting blood flow and collagen production.

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The all-natural and vegan scrub boasts cold pressed sweet almond oil to hydrate your skin, vitamin E to protect it from free radicals, and sea salt to boost exfoliation and combat breakouts.

Since launching in 2013, the ground-breaking scrub, which is suitable for sensitive skin, has made a splash amongst beauty fans, who have awarded it 4.9 out of 5 on their website.

We must admit its effects are undeniable, if the photos are anything to go by, and Frank Body is understandably proud of the result it has on customers.


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So proud in fact they regularly share before and after pictures of their fans using the scrub on their feedback Instagram, Frank's Feedback.

The inspiring posts have fans commenting in their droves about the wonder Australian product.

One fan raved: "I love this scrub! My skin has never looked so radiant or felt as smooth and soft as it does after using this."

"Seriously amazing stuff! Helps clear up all the little red spots, cellulite and stretch marks.... I can't live without this ever again!" another added.

A third shared: "Having dry and sensitive skin I always have to be careful with scrubs but this stuff is amazing!"

"Not only is it gentle enough but it makes my skin so smooth and smells amazing!" a final fan concluded.

Since launching in 2013, the Australian brand has brought out three other coffee scrubs alongside the original, which are infused with peppermint, cocoa and coconut alongside.

Prices start from £12.95 and you can purchase it here.

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