Frank Coffee Scrub | Beauty - LC's Beauty

Monday, 27 April 2015

Frank Coffee Scrub | Beauty

frank coffee scrub

I'm sure most of you have heard about Frank, this little kinky body scrub can be found all over social media these days. But for those of you who haven't heard, Frank is a coffee scrub made with all natural ingredients such as coffee, sweet almond oil, orange oil, etc. It is said to be able to reduce the appearance of stretch marks and cellulite, which lets face it the majority of us women don't like.

I bought Frank, the original one, about 6 months ago online from their website (here), at the price of €14.95. It took about a week to arrive in the post and when I opened the box it gave me a good chuckle.
The packaging is so kinky saying things like, tear my top off, get naked, talk dirty to me and much much more haha.

frank coffee scrub
It comes in a 200mg bag which is brown paper on the outside and plastic on the inside and it is re-sealable too. The smell over powered the room, a rich smell of coffee with a zesty smell of oranges, I'm not gonna lie it made me drool a little and the first thought that sprung to my mind was Terrys Chocolate Orange.

Frank is a dry scrub so keep in mind that there is going to be ALOT of mess so I advise you use it while standing in a tub.
It can be applied to wet skin or dry skin for best results and is recommend you leave it on for 5-10 minutes.
What I normally do is hop in the shower, apply the scrub to wet skin as I find it doesn't stick very well to dry skin. Play some music and sing along to two or three songs which wastes about 7-9 minutes and then I rinse it off. It will leave a mess in your shower but nothing a quick rinse down won't fix.


frank coffee scrub
I don't find Frank did very much for my stretch marks or cellulite but I did find it leave my skin ridiculously soft and smelling like a giant orange latte. (yum)

Would I repurchase Frank again? Yes, most definitely. Although I'm not a fan of how much wastage there is when apply so I'll need to figure out a way to combat that. Other than that I love Frank. Honestly I wasn't expecting it to banish my stretch marks or cellulite because to be quite honest I don't think any product on that market is good enough to do that yet!

Have you tried Frank? Do you love it or hate it?




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1 comment:

  1. i've heard a lot about this, really want to try it!


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