The word coffee comes from Kaffa, a region in Ethiopia where coffee beans may have been discovered. Coffee is the most popular beverage in the world, with more than 400 billion cups consumed each year. Researchers have looked at the benefits of drinking coffee for conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, inflammatory bowel disease, and liver disease.
Scientifically, recently several international dermatological journals have validated and published the positive effects of application of caffeine or coffee extracts on skin like cellulite reduction, anti-aging, acne control, skin cancer reduction and UV damage control. It also repairs, brightens skin and removes spots.
Raw and Repair has launched an amazing nature based scrub infused with caffeine. Caffeine in skin care products are being used in a large scale as it is a potent anti oxidant, has anti-aging properties, has UV protection properties and assist in skin repair. Our coffee scrub deep cleans the skin by removing the dead skin layer, polishes the skin and brightens it with regular use. Most importantly, all our products are nature based and free from any types of harmful chemicals.
How does Coffee help in skin care?
Most of us wouldn’t dream of starting our day without a hot cup of coffee. The benefits of coffee go beyond your morning pick-me-up. It may have surprising benefits for your skin. Let’s take a look at what the science says and what coffee can, and can’t, do for your skin.
Coffee Is High in Antioxidants which help protect your skin from free radical damage.
Several studies have shown spent coffee ground extract helps protect the skin against damage from UV-B rays. So, when included in skincare preparations, the coffee extract may help protect your skin against wrinkle formation and sun damage.
Coffee when used as scrub polished the skin, removes the dead skin layer and repairs the skin damage due to pollution and sun rays. There were among several benefits of using coffee either as a drink or as a skin/hair care product.