rinse them out for shinier, silkier, longer hair.
How to do it? Simply apply 1/3 cup of ground coffee to your wet scalp, massage in circular motions for 60 seconds, and then rinse, following with your usual shampoo and conditioner.
Warning: If you have color-treated hair, do not use this hair mask as it may darken your color and you don’t want that. On the other hand, if you don’t have color-treated hair, this mask will make your natural color pop!
3. Odor remover
Got a lingering odor that just won’t go away? Put your old coffee grounds in a bowl and place it in your refrigerator or wherever the lingering odor is to get rid of it.
In addition to those apple, banana and orange peels, you can add old coffee grounds to your compost pile. You can even mix them with warm water and use the mixture as a fertilizing spray and/or insect repellant. Score!
Who would’ve thought that you could use coffee grounds as a marinade? Just add a small amount to your marinade for that extra kick! The bitterness of the coffee grounds helps to bring out the flavors of the meat, but that’s not all! The acids in the coffee grounds will tenderize the meat.