Coffee Scrub

We are all familiar with the intoxicating aroma of freshly roasted coffee beans, and the stimulating effect of drinking coffee, but it can also be a great pick me up for the skin, and is a common ingredient at spas across the island.

The first time I had a coffee scrub at the Private Spa Wellness Centre in Seminyak I was amazed at how soft and silky my skin was. Ever since I have been saving the coffee granules from my plunger pot each morning, and once a week smother myself in a coffee scrub and then sit in the sun for a few minutes to let it dry. Sometimes I add some organic cocoa powder to make an even richer and more intoxicating mix. My skin LOVES it! Honey is also a good addition

  • 1 cups of coarsely ground coffee
  • 1/2 cup raw sugar or sea salt
  • 2-3  olive oil
  • 1 tbspoon organic cocoa powder  or honey (optional)

About Coffee

The volcanic islands of Indonesia produce some of the world’s finest coffees, from the robust beans harvested from the mountainous slopes of Kintamani, to exotic blends from Papua New Guinea, and richly flavoured Lombok coffee.

The coarse nature of ground coffee beans makes it an excellent choice for body scrubs as it  arouses skin cells, thus improving circulation and helping flush away toxins. A scrub will also remove dead skin and firm and tone those areas prone to cellulite. Effects are enhanced when mixed with honey which is antibacterial, rich in antioxidants and delightfully soothing on the skin.


Spoil yourself with the Royal Touch Pampering treatment at The Spa at The Breezes, which includes massage, coconut scrub, coffee and honey wrap, flower bath, honey facial and manicure pedicure.




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