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6 Fantastic Coffee Benefits For Your Skin

To some people, coffee is more than just an energy-boosting drink that gets us out of bed and ready for the day – it is a way of life that can enhance skin beauty. And that sentiment may actually hold some merit given the number of scientifically-backed benefits that come with consuming coffee.

Thanks in large part to the internet, we now know just how beneficial coffee is for our health, including our skin. Coffeedorks.com brings you an in-depth look as to how good a cup of caffeine can be for your skin:

1.       It Fends Off Free Radicals

The culprits responsible for causing premature skin aging are free radicals. Due to this, you come off as a middle-aged woman whose face is riddled with wrinkles, fine lines and loss of elasticity. And that’s where caffeine comes to the rescue.

Caffeine consists of antioxidants that can lock on to those nasty free radicals and have them gone from your system for sure. As a result, your skin will end up having a better overall appearance. This is why caffeine is known for its anti-aging properties like that of skincare lotions and creams.

2.       Cellulite Reduction

Some studies have revealed that coffee may help in reducing cellulite on your skin. The caffeine content within coffee is believed to be the key to this as it dilates blood vessels beneath your skin and improves overall blood flow. As a result, this reduces the appearance of cellulite on your body.

The coffee scrub is said to go well with this method because the exfoliation can not only smoothen your skin but also give it an even appearance.

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3.       Exfoliation

If you’re looking for a natural solution to exfoliate dead skin cells, then coffee grains are the go-to solution for you. The reason for this is because the grounds don’t dissolve in water and that makes them great at scrubbing away dead skin cells.

According to a 2013 study, the substances within the coffee also promote healthy skin. The most prominent of these substances is caffeic acid, which is an antioxidant that may help boost our body’s collagen levels and reduce our cells’ premature aging.

Caffeic acid also includes antimicrobial properties, as in they help protect your skin against germs. However, more studies are required to confirm this.

4.       Prevents Ultraviolet Rays

Polyphenols is another great antioxidant that resides within the contents of your caffeinated drink. Some studies claim that this antioxidant guards your skin against ultraviolet rays and prevents signs of aging.

A 2014 study concluded that those with the highest consumption of polyphenols had fewer UV age spots on their faces. The participants for this study were Japanese women aged between 30-60. Though more studies are required to confirm this.

5.       Lowers Inflammation

Coffee is also known for its anti-inflammatory properties as well. Combined with potent antioxidant substances such as hydrocinnamic acids and polyphenols, this may be possible according to one such study.

Anti-inflammatory effects may also be contributed by chlorogenic acid (CGA) as well as melanoidins. CGA has also been associated with reducing hyperpigmentation, which is said to be linked with inflammation.

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6.       Acne Treatment

Coffee is the only inexpensive, natural and effective acne-combating facial scrub you’ll ever need all in one thanks to the antioxidants, stimulants, and chlorogenic acids that it comprises of.

Acne is the result of dead skin cells, oils and other substances that clog your skin’s pores, become infected by bacteria and results in inflammation.

It is only by scrubbing the face with coffee scrubs can you be rid of dead skin cells and unclog your pores. The chlorogenic acids in coffee might not only help against inflammation but also prevent some strains of bacteria as well.

Jacqueline Maddison

Jacqueline Maddison

Jacqueline Maddison is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Beverly Hills Magazine. She believes in shining light on the best of the best in life. She welcomes you into the world of the rich and famous with the ultimate luxury lifestyle.

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