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How does Coffee Fight Skin Aging?
Coffee prevents premature aging
Coffee helps you fight skin aging thanks to its powerful antioxidant activity. Coffee oil is rich in free radical scavengers like tocopherols and linoleic acid which are able to limit the reactive oxygen species preventing cellular skin damage. It will help you combat the effects of photoaging, such a discoloration and wrinkles.
Coffee deeply hydrates the skin
When used on the skin, coffee can have similar effects as hyaluronic acid and help keep it hydrated by reducing water loss. Coffea Arabica extract has been found to significantly increase the expression of aquaglycerolporins-3 (AQP-3) and the amount of glycosaminoglycans, both of which play important roles in maintaining skin moisture.
Coffee repairs skin barrier
Rich in linoleic acid, coffee oil is able to maintain the integrity of the water permeability barriers of the skin, preventing water loss. Linoleic acid is the true holy grail skincare ingredient for hydration. It is a precursor for ceramides, which prevent water loss and lock in moisture.
Coffee boosts skin elasticity
Caffeine, when applied topically, constricts the blood vessels and helps reduce inflammation and puffiness. As your blood vessels appear smaller, your skin will look brigheter and tighter. Caffeine will also reduce wrinkles and prevent excess accumulation of fat within cells.
Coffee detoxifies and is anti-microbial
The caffeine and chlorogenic acids contained in coffee beans help reduce inflammation due to skin problems such as eczema, acne, and psoriasis. Coffee grounds are promising for fighting skin infection diseases given its strong antimicrobial properties.
Clinically proven and tested by +25,000 researchers
"Scientific studies have demonstrated the rejuvenating effect of coffee beans. Thanks to their antioxidants and anti-inflammatory action, caffeine and chlorogenic acids effectively protect the skin from UV-induced damages.
Coffee thus combats the effects of photoaging, like wrinkles and discolouration."
Nisakorn Saewan, School of Cosmetic Science