I use dry coffee grinds on my skin when my skin is wet (not for the face as coffee grinds can be slightly oily, seems to moisturize my body skin though). Then you take a few pinches of the coffee and massage in circles. Also doubles as an anti-cellullite massage!
Once upon a time, Mary Kay had the best hand & body scrub as part of their Satin Hands collection. It was like gritty toothpaste & was wonderful. Unfortunately, they d/c'd it. Their newer ones are not nearly as gritty. I found this one at Bath & Body Works: Invigorating Spa Scrub - There's the Rub - True BlueÂae Spa - Bath & Body Works
I like it because it is gritty & in a thicker consistency. I do not like the packaging; I wish it came in a squeeze tube. I don't use it very often because of the extra time it takes. When I need to quickly exfoliate (before using sunless tanner), I use a mesh body sponge-thingy. I might have to give the St. Ives Apricot scrub a try. It sounds good and I think I'll like the smell.