The Benefits of Using Green Coffee Oil

Numerous scientific studies show that Green Coffee Oil has regenerative capabilities, improving the appearance of fine lines, firmness, redness & texture. It has an excellent composition of essential fatty acids, sterols, vitamin E & antioxidants1 making it one of the most powerful & luxurious skincare ingredients on the market
 
Topical benefits
  • Moisturizing + repairing care for dry & damaged skin.
  • Skin softening.
  • Improves skin barrier function helping to prevent dehydration.
  • Increases the synthesis of collagen + elastin.
  • It is an excellent treatment for mild acne due to the essential fatty acid composition (high in linoleic + low in oleic) This profile also makes it a very useable product for oily skin types.
  • Beneficial for uv-induced hyperpigmentation a.k.a sunspots.
  • Rich in Antioxidants. 

 

Use it as

  • A lip oil, it will plump, soften, nourish + hydrate while leaving a semi-matte, non-sticky shine.
  • An under-eye treatment to plump out fine lines + brighten, with fast absorption it will work under makeup.
  •  A spot treatment for Acne, it can help reduce inflammation + help the skin heal faster.
  • A body oil, it will smooth + tone, best applied while the skin is damp to lock in hydration.
  • A wash-out hair treatment to maintain healthy, shiny + hydrated locks. The smallest amount on dry hair to tame frizzes.
  • A beard oil to tame and condition.

 

Green Coffee Seed Oil contains a very small amount of Caffine. Caffine is water soluble and a small trace of water will mix with the oil during the cold pressing process.

Green Coffee Oil & the oil pressed from roasted coffee beans are different, while the roasted version may have a beautiful coffee aroma due to being heat treated will not be as beneficial to skin or hair.

 

 


1 - Valazquez PMC, Dieamant GC, Eberlin S, et al. Effect of green Coffea arabica L. seed oil on extracellular matrix components and water-channel expression in vitro and ex vivo human skin models. J Cosmet Dermatol. 2009 Mar;8(1):56-62.
 

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