Frank Coffee Scrub

Hey babe-town,

I figured it was about time I started telling the world what I think.

Some people think I’m a sleaze but I’m not. I’m just a humble coffee scrub that loves booty, making babes’ skin smooth and showers.

As a certified expert in bodies, skin and smoothness, I’ll be offering advise on how to make your bum more bootylicious, touching on the intricacies of healthy skin and sharing with you few of my observations of the world.

Stay clean.




Babes, when it comes to butts, frank knows best. Trust me I’ve seen a few in my time.

I love being rubbed all over you- smoothing any lumps and bumps as I got. But, while I can help reduce the appearance of cellulite and stretch marks, I can’t help you lose weight or build muscle mass. So to make your butt even more juicy you need to combine me with a good workout plan.

Squats are one of the best moves to target the thighs and butt. But if you’re serious about this, let’s take it one step further.

Enter, the Sumo Squat.

No, stop thinking of that big guy. Sumo squats will change your world, or at least, your arse. These bad boys target your butt and inner thighs like no other.

‘How?’, I hear you ask. Read on.

Start by widening those legs.


Toes out. Now squat as you would in a regular squat. If you’re bobbing straight up and down like you did in ballet class, you are doing it wrong- butts out, babes. Don’t forget to squeeze your cheeks on the way up.

Feeling it yet? Make it tougher by holding a 5-10kg kettle ball straight between your legs. This will increase resistance and strengthen those glutes. You now have the perfect combo of squat and deadlift, the butt’s best weapons- along with frank.

I promise you’ll feel it tomorrow. And just when you think you can’t get out of bed, just remember… I’m waiting for you in the shower.




Hey Sweet Cheeks,

What do you think of when I say brown sugar? Spongy cakes, steaming porridge, juicy mojitos, that night you and that babe had a food fight in the kitchen and what happened in the shower after… sorry #dirtymind.

Wouldn’t you like your arse to be just a tasty? It can be. Brown sugar is one of my key ingredients. Rough when it needs to be, gentle where it counts and full of important acids; frankly you’re much better off rubbing sugar on your skin than shoving it in your mouth. 

So for lick-worthy skin get in the shower with me. After I’m through with you, your skin will be tastier than salted caramel parfait. *Warning: If your partner is a biter be careful, you might be in for a few nips.

Here are 5 reasons why. 

1. Sugar scrubs are great for exfoliating. In winter particularly, heaters, hot showers and lack of love wreak havoc on your skin. It’s not uncommon for dry patches to appear. Dry, dead, flaky skin- gone. Softly scrubbed away by my sugar granules.

2. Sugar scrubs promote firmer, younger-looking skin. After dead skin has been scrubbed away, your body works to create a fresh new layer. These new skin cells will tighten the skin giving it a more even and youthful appearance.

3. Sugar scrubs help treat eczema and acne. The sugar in me removes dead skin and clears pores. This allows your skin to work more efficiently expelling toxins and taking in nourishment. This is particularly helpful for people who suffer from eczema and acne.

4. Sugar scrubs give you glowing skin. Glycolic acid is an alpha-hydroxy acid that is crucial for maintaining healthy skin.  The natural glycolic acid in sugar not only helps condition and moisturize skin, but also protects it from toxins.

5. Sugar scrubs make your skin soft. Immediately your skin will feel smoother, softer and more touchable. Don’t be surprised if you keep touching yourself. It’s natural.

There you go babes 5 reasons sugar is a vital part of frank. Now get to the shower and get scrubbing.  



Girls, I know you all want a bit of a glow. You know that ‘I just got back from a week in the sun/good work out/session between the sheets’ look? Let’s face it; glowing skin is good skin.

Unfortunately, we’re in for some cold months ahead, and unless you’re lucky enough to be jetting off to an island, it is likely you’ll be blasting the heater and drying out your poor skin. But that’s ok, I’m here and packed with goodness to give you the soft, supple skin you’re after.

If you fancy yourself a bit of a chef, you probably know all about the benefits of using almond oil for cooking, but did you know it’s as good for your outsides as it is for your insides? Here’s why:

1.    It’s vitamin rich

Almond oil is a great source of vitamin A, E and D, all of which work wonders in moisturizing the skin, bringing it back to its plump, youthful state. You’ll instantly feel the difference and won’t be able to keep your hands off yourself.

2.    It contains linoleic and oleic acids

They sound scary but, trust me, these are acids of the good variety. It’s these babies that help promote skin healing, and are the main reason why almond oil is used in many eczema treatments. Scabs, scars and stretch marks, be gone.

3.    Anti-ageing properties

Almond oil won’t make you look 20 years younger, but its anti-ageing properties will help to reduce the telltale signs of a good time ageing, like pigmentation and dullness.

Don’t settle for dry, dull winter skin. Feel the frank effect, instead.