In the midst of the maelstrom unleashed by the recent expulsion of Ángel Cristo Jr. in ‘Survivors’, a ray of beauty and economy has shone on the island. Aurah Ruiz, well-known influencer and partner of soccer player Jesé Rodríguez, has revealed her low-cost facial routine to her partner Blanca Manchón. Far from cosmetic luxuries, both contestants have resorted to an unusual ingredient: coffee grounds.

“If you want to save money, you grab coffee, oil, and exfoliate your skin,” Aurah shared, noting the versatility of resources available on the island. Although the lack of coffee has not been an obstacle for these beauty entrepreneurs, who have replaced the star ingredient with water, keeping the essence of the treatment intact. Caffeine, known for its stimulating properties, has been the secret behind this peculiar ‘skin care’, promoting cell renewal and leaving the skin soft and revitalized.

Between laughter and complicity, Blanca Manchón enthusiastically joined the ritual, recognizing the value of the natural resources on the island. “In the absence of creams, coffee grounds are good,” declared Aurah, highlighting the creativity and adaptability of the participants. Beyond aesthetics, this practice has symbolized resilience and the ability to make the best of every situation, even in the midst of adversity.

Aware of the limitations of their environment, Blanca and Aurah have embraced the philosophy of affordable and sustainable beauty, demonstrating that true elegance does not depend on the budget, but on the attitude. “We are full of war wounds, but with renewed skin,” Blanca reflected, summarizing the spirit of improvement that permeates ‘Survivors’.

Beyond the physical aspect, this experience has strengthened the ties between the contestants, who have found in natural beauty a refuge of well-being and complicity.