For most of us, coffee is a pretty standard way to start the day. It gives us the energy to tackle the day. Did you know we only use 1% of coffee? There is another 99% full of nutrients that we can still use but usually don’t. If it’s painting a picture or even cleaning clothes, you can probably do it with coffee. Today, coffee is a pretty standard way to start the day, meaning there is usually some coffee grounds or coffee filters laying around somewhere.
With important nutrients that coffee grounds contain and the texture of coffee filters, there are plenty of ways to recycle these things! There is so much more to coffee than just giving you a morning boost! From gardening your plants to coloring your hair, here are 50 things you can do with coffee, coffee grounds, and coffee filters.
Almost everyone has cellulite somewhere on their body and its one of the most annoying things to get rid of! Sure, you can work out, but it doesn’t always work. Did you know coffee is the main ingredient in those overpriced cellulite creams?
All you have to do is mix a 1/4 cup of warm coffee grounds with one tablespoon of olive oil. Apply it on the areas of your body that you have cellulite, and wrap it with saran wrap. Take it off after 10 minutes and then shower as you normally would. Did you know there are three different types of cellulite? Adipose cellulite is firm, Oedematous cellulite is soft and, Fibrotic cellulite is hard. I’m pretty sure I have all three.
Naturally Highlight Hair
Okay girls, do you ever want lighter hair or fun highlights, but scared of the damage bleach can cause? Wash your hair with strong cooled coffee! It will bring out your natural highlights and also help enhance the shine! You only need coffee grounds and two cups of hot water. Use it to clean your hair for about 15 minutes, and you will notice a vibrant radiance coming from your hair.
Another method is to put some in your conditioner. This hack works best with all shades of brown and dark red hair. Not very recommended for blonde hair. Fun Fact: on average, a person has approximately 100,000-150,000 strands of hair on their head. It is the fastest growing tissue in the body after bone marrow.