Good skincare is hard to find. And now that summer is coming, we're going to be showing off more skin than we have been. For some people, the thought of having to show off the parts of the body revealed by summer clothing is anxiety inducing. Because of things like body acne scars, stretch marks or other skin maladies, summer is hard. But thankfully, there is a product that people are raving about to combat a lot of those common skin issues. And it's just in time.
Frank Body A-Beauty Scrub is being hailed online as a miracle scrub. With coffee as its base, the scrub is good for reducing the look of stretch marks, acne scars and hyperpigmentation. If it does all of that, no wonder the A-beauty product is seen as a miracle worker.
But you may be wondering what exactly is "A-beauty?" Well, the A stands for Australian. Australian beauty products have minimal fillers, focusing instead on really top quality natural ingredients. The Frank Body scrubs use not only coffee, but things like olive oil and aloe. In these specific scrubs, they use AHA derived from Finger Lime, which is a strong exfoliant, eucalyptus, which has antiviral, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic benefits, macadamia nut oil, and vitamin C from the Kakadu plum.
And to tackle things like stretch marks, they use coffee grounds as an active scrub. This will exfoliate your skin (gently!) which then promotes cell turnover and collagen production. Additionally, the scrubs also uses sweet almond oil for hydration, sea salt as another exfoliant, but also as a way to fight breakouts and vitamin E to protect your skin from things like free radicals.
Frank Body scrubs are vegan and cruelty free, and best of all, they're good for people with sensitive skin. That's likely due to their natural products. And while the scrubs are made for your body, some people have claimed to use them on their faces as well.
These scrubs work like any other scrub, meaning its best to use them in the shower. Because of the base of coffee grounds in the scrub, you want to use just enough to properly exfoliate. Too much can definitely clog your shower drain.