In my opinion this would be better as a jar product or a hard bar soap. I've found coffee grounds in soap to be great. It not only gets off the grime but it also deodorizes. Emulsified sugar or salt scrubs would then be the jar type.
If you want to continue with the liquid I'd use homemade liquid soap which is a totally different animal. The issue would be to keep the particles suspended which would take something other than a natural product or have the particles so light that you then have a very thick liquid to keep them suspended. You'd still more than likely need to shake before pumping. Either way when you make liquid soap you always dilute it to the consistency that you want.
Have you made liquid soap before? It's very different to make than bar soap. Not hard but it does take some practice. Catherine Failor has a good book. Her formulae seem intimidating because it's negative superfat meaning it looks lye heavy. BUT you have to realize that potassium hydroxide is far from pure....when you add in the impurities it's about right. If you want some ideas on liquid soap...give me a shout and I'll give you one of my formulations I use.
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