Skin Food's Cappuccino Scrub Body Wash was product I purchased with low expectations that actually turned out to be great. Although the body soap has "cappuccino" in its name, there is nothing cappuccino-like about it. It smells of a mixture of coffee, hazelnut and vanilla and according to Skin Food's website, contains natural honey and sugar ingredients. I am not sure why Skin Food chose to call the body soap a cappuccino wash but other than that, I have no complaints. The wash works up a nice foamy lather and the Costa Rican coffee grounds act as exfoliating beads that smooth out the skin. I felt very clean after using the scrub and my skin was noticeably smoother after I got out of the shower. My skin was also not as dry as it usually gets when using other body washes (with the exception of LUSH's Big Calm Shower Jelly) and smelled rather nice. Apparently, the Cappuccino Scrub Body Wash is supposed to work as a slimming and anti-aging product and I am a bit skeptical about those claims, but as a regular body wash, I think that Skin Food's body scrub works quite well.