Wake Up and Smell the Coffee, Dr Squatch to the Rescue

Wake Up and Smell the Coffee, Dr Squatch to the Rescue

November 28, 2019

Would You Clean Yourself with Coffee?

Coffee is good for many things, but have you ever considered cleaning yourself with it? That’s exactly what Fire Dept. Coffee and Dr. Squatch encourage you to do! Fire Dept. Coffee has recently partnered up with Dr. Squatch Soap Co. to craft their newest product; The Cold Brew Cleanse bar. This soap bar is specifically designed to energize your shower, jump-start your skin, and supercharge your day with a blend of shea butter, salt, kaolin clay and, of course, some top-notch Fire Dept. Coffee roasted coffee beans.

Dr. Squatch uses a cold process to create their soaps. That is, they use lye, which is naturally removed during the soap making (saponification) process. Their soaps also contain essential oils or fragrance oils that are gentle on your skin, as well as natural exfoliants such as oatmeal, peppermint leaves, sea salt, and sand. Additionally, since coffee contains caffeine, that may help reduce the appearance of cellulite when used as a scrub. It can also help tighten your skin and can stimulate blood flow as well.

Dr. Squatch Soap Co. comes from the same integrity as Fire Dept. Coffee in using only all-natural ingredients to create original products. So if you’re someone who enjoys smelling great, but doesn’t want to compromise your skin’s chemistry, Dr. Squatch’s soap is the product for you! Don’t buy into the commercialized soap filled with chemicals that line the store shelves, purchase Fire Dept. Coffee’s Cold Brew Cleanse bar for a natural spin on your favorite beverage.

Dr. Squatch Cold Brew Cleanse bar.

Fire Dept. Coffee prides itself on being a business that aids ill or injured first responders. Now, you can get clean for a good cause, because Dr. Squatch will also be making a small donation to the Fire Dept. Coffee Foundation for every Cold Brew Cleanse bar sold.



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