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Coffee is an integral part of the daily routine for a number of people. It has the basic function of making people feel awake and alert in the morning so they can carry on with their daily schedules which may include activities like going to the office or taking the kids to school. But a number of people, especially women have not realized how coffee has managed to tip toe its way from the kitchen, into the bed room. Many products seen sitting comfortable on the dressing table of a woman have caffeine as a core ingredient to help beautify one’s face.
The uses of coffee or more accurate caffeine in skin care has been widely researched. Some research results have also discredited the use of caffeine in skin care and treatment. However, most other research results have clearly stated that caffeine consumption in moderation or the application of caffeine in the form of creams or lotions can actually be beneficial for the skin. From creams and lotions too many make up products that women use on a daily basis, have been using caffeine to bring back beauty which has been compromised with because of stress, fatigue and age.
- Reduces Inflammation: One of the biggest fears of applying make-up products is inflammation. However it has been seen that coffee has large amounts of anti-inflammatory which help tackle the problem without any difficulty. Coffee drinkers are known to experience reduction in inflammation and redness, the effects that can be compared to aspirin in some cases. Also, it has been established that the use of caffeine in lotions and creams has been known to reduce the chances of redness and inflammation during use and make the cream suitable for use even on sensitive skin.
- Helps Get Rid of Under Eye Circles: The eyes are one of the most sensitive areas on the face. They are also the ones which need to be toned the most to give one a fabulous new look. The presences of dark circles, puffy eye lids and wrinkles are a give-away and only highlight the stress that one might be dealing with. Caffeine when consumed or when applied through creams acts as a vasodilator. This means that the chemical helps to reduce blood supply and constricts the arteries leading to a particular area. Since the body’s natural reaction to discomfort is inflammation, this natural reaction stops or reduces because of vasodilators and the skin around the eyes looks tightened and better shaped. The counterproductive nature of coffee on free radicals effectively alters the evident damage that might be visible on your face, while also improve complexion and making the skin glow naturally.
- Helps Get Rid of Cellulite: Since caffeine is known to dehydrate the cells in the body, when applied to the skin, or consumed in daily routine, caffeine helps to dehydrate fat cells, particularly from the face if applied as a cream. This helps one to reduce the amount of fat in an area while reducing cellulite production and excretion as well. This change in the condition of the skin makes it look smoother and also makes sure that the damages get covered quicker and more efficiently.
When taken in very high quantities, caffeine can be dangerous for the skin as well as other organs in the body, however when maintaining a balance, particularly between consumption and application of caffeine in any form, it helps to rejuvenate the skin and give you a brighter face with a natural glow that had otherwise been lost in the cacophony of daily life.
Jason Phillips is a skincare specialist that provides skincare treatments to face and body to enhance individual appearance. Their site opens many doors to skincare treatments.