Coffee is Good For Your Skin!
Executive summary about coffee is good for your skin By Mark Ramos
The first point on the list of Java benefits for your skin is the fact that it is the leading drink containing antioxidants that we as Americans lean to. The brew is chock full of antioxidants, and as a refresher, antioxidants are incredibly good within skin care because they work to neutralize free radicals that run rampant and damage our cells.
The cherries are actually being extracted to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and hyperpigmentation, which is the discoloration of the skin in the form of brown spots due to sun damage and age. There are even numerous new skincare lines on the market that use the extract from this cherry as a main anti-aging ingredient, and they have been found to reduce the appearance of fine lines by 46% and smooth skin by 64%.
When you put both of these benefits together within your skincare products, it means that coffee can be used to turn back the clock for a more youthful appearance, as well as tighten the surface of your skin due to its natural caffeine content.
Coffee is Good For Your Skin
Executive summary about coffee is good for your skin By Gary Alan
Coffee can keep your skin healthy in a lot of different ways. Other than preventing skin cancer and melanoma-related diseases, coffee has anti-oxidant ingredients that can help:
- Your skin be free of different radicals that can cause acne, eczema and other skin diseases
- Improve the flow of micro-cellulars in your skin
- Break up fatty deposits which cause those ugly cellulites
- Clear up your skin of acne and other blemishes
- Act as sunblock and prevent sunburn and wrinkles
- Absorb and neutralize strong odors such as fish and other smells
How can you get all these skin benefits from coffee? There are two ways. One is to go to a spa that offers coffee treatment, and the other option is to make your own homemade coffee skin care treatment. Here are some suggestions on how to prepare your own coffee skin care products:
- Use coffee beans to rub on your damp skin before taking a steam bath or going in a sauna bath. Coffee beans can lightly exfoliate your skin and its rich oils can soften it.
- After having your fill of your morning coffee, used coffee grounds can be reused into a variety of skin products:
- Coffee grounds mixed with olive oil - Apply this mixture all over your cellulite regions, and wrap these areas using plastic wrap. Leave this on for at least 5 minutes, remove the plastic and shower off. This can help reduce cellulites from your body.
- Coffee grounds mixed with egg white - Apply this on your skin as an exfoliant for softer skin.
- Coffee grounds mixed with your skin cleanser - This mixture can be your very own coffee exfoliating scrub.
- Coffee grounds mixed with cocoa powder and whole milk or cream - This mixture is a great smelling facial mask.
Coffee as an ingredient for skin care products have been used by women from Russia, Hawaii, Bali, and South America for several years now.