Coffee and Essential Oils Scrub
Coffee has antioxidant properties and astringent in its grains that favor a deep exfoliation and revitalize the skin.
While coffee has several benefits as a beverage, it can also be used as a body scrub. A study in Korea found that the Caffeic Acid that is found in the coffee beans can significantly affect anti-inflammatory activity and heal skin wounds.
The main chemical in coffee is caffeine, a natural antioxidant. Antioxidants have many benefits, including properties that improve heart disease and fight cancer. They also neutralize the effects of free radicals, which can damage the inner layers of the skin. This damage is often reflected in wrinkles and age spots. When you apply a coffee scrub, the skin absorbs these antioxidants and can prevent premature aging.
The coffee scrub is made with coarse grains of salt or sugar, these are the ones that do the work on the skin. Regular exfoliation of the skin removes residual dirt and gives it a younger, fresher look. After the procedure, it will be able to absorb more effectively moisture. All beauty regimens include exfoliating treatments and coffee provides its.
Some people use body scrubs to fight the appearance of varicose veins. The caffeine found in the coffee scrub increases blood circulation and can reduce the appearance of cellulite. Even the action of applying the product can help with these problems since squeezing and massaging the body helps to eliminate the toxins and fats retained in the skin.
Caffeine is a vasodilator, which means it narrows the blood vessels in the skin. This causes the vessels to constrict and affirm quickly, which is reflected in the texture of the skin.