The Frank Body Scrub and The Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning

You may have seen these Frank coffee scrubs popping up all over social media recently. I know I have. Well, they are a cult fave for a reason..

Frank Body Coffee Scrub

Well, inside these cute little brown bags is 200g of all-natural, organic, vegan and animal friendly coffee scrub, packed with minerals and essential oils for smooth skin and antioxidants for scars and stretch marks. Also, due to the concentrated caffeine in the scrub, it helps to increase blood flow and circulation to the areas, reducing the appearance of cellulite and nasties. 
The scrubs are £11.95 – £13.95 with free worldwide shipping, and they also come in three flavours: sweet almond and orange, coconut and grape seed and cacao. I tried the sweet almond and orange and the smell just hits you as soon as you open the bag. Super sweet but with that bitter coffee scent. I hate to drink coffee but I absolutely adore the scent, so with that added orange scent in the mix, it just smelled heavenly. You get into your shower (or things could get messy), grab a small handful and begin to massage it into your body in circular motions. You only need two small handfuls really to be able to get a full body scrub, but I must say I was immediately taken by it. The smell, the exfoliation, the packaging. And after rinsing, your skin is super smooth and hydrated and the scent lasts on the skin for hours! The skin literally just feels plumped and revived, I loved it. I realised straight away why so many people have been loving this little scrub. I will be genuinely gutted when this runs out and I’ll definitely be giving each flavour a go. 
Frank is actually working with Macmillan this year for their annual World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, scheduled for this Friday 26th September. Last year, the fundraiser raised £20million for those affected by cancer and is an amazing event for an important cause. All over the UK, for the past 24 years, people get together with friends, colleagues or neighbours and hold a coffee morning to raise money for Macmillan. In that time, Macmillan has raised £113.5million, and it will only grow and grow each year with support from more and more coffee lovers or donators. There are so many coffee mornings taking place all over the UK, and it is estimated that you will be within 1/2 a mile of your local coffee morning, so wherever you are, google your area or look out for signs for your local coffee morning. If you would like to host a coffee morning on Friday, head over to this link where you can register. There are 210,000 coffee mornings taking place this Friday, so why not get involved!

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