Work boiled coffee grinds into your scalp for 60 seconds, then rinse and apply shampoo and conditioner.
Coffee grinds absorb odors from damaged or too aromatic meals. Fill a container with used or new grounds and store it in the refrigerator.
When gardening, use coffee grinds instead of commercial fertilizer. Coffee grounds are readily available, reduce waste, and smell pleasant.
Brunettes, coffee grounds can boost hair color without harsh chemicals. Apply cooled coffee grinds mixed with conditioner to shampooed hair.
Coffee grounds' grit can be used as a DIY cleaning scrub. Since they can sterilize, they're perfect for homemade soap.
Mix half a teaspoon of old coffee grounds with half a teaspoon of honey as soon as you notice your lips are getting chapped to make a simple yet powerful lip scrub.
Bring a mug of coffee grounds to the fragrance counter to "refresh" your perception of smell between spritzes.
Under-eye dark circles and puffiness are a common beauty problem. Apply cold coffee grounds beneath your eyes for 10 minutes, then rinse.
A study published in Analytical Methods reveals that caffeic acid, an antioxidant found in coffee, may increase collagen levels and slow the aging process of cells.