Coffee is most widely used as a beverage, it’s also gaining a reputation as an alternative remedy for the skin.
Applying coffee directly to your skin decrease the appearance of sunspots, redness, and fine lines.
The caffeine and chlorogenic acids (CGA) contained in coffee beans can help reduce inflammation due to skin problems such as eczema, acne and psoriasis.
Coffee may also help treat stubborn dark circles under the eyes because the caffeine content in coffee is thought to help dilate blood vessels that contribute to dark circles.
The same anti-aging benefits from coffee can also be used for post-sun care.
Anti-inflammatory effects may be attributed to chlorogenic acid (CGA) as well as melanoidins in coffee.
Vitamin B3 niacin may be helpful in preventing nonmelanoma skin cancers and can possibly prevent other skin growths.
Coffee is renowned for its stimulating effects, it may provide the opposite effects when applied topically.
Caffeine content in coffee is the key to cellulite reduction by dilating blood vessels beneath the skin.
Coffee has the potential to stimulate hair growth. When used in hair care, coffee leaves hair shiny and voluminous.
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