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Coffee seeds

Coffee, the drink that originates from Ethiopia is created from the roasted beans (seeds) of the Coffea Plant which is a small shurb/tree. It is a drink that that can be good for you skin when topically applied and in some studies it has been suggested that the chemical compound in coffee – caffeine could have a UV protective effect for our skin. You could try adding some instant coffee to your bath water and then gently exfoliate your skin with a natural sponge, brush or flannel. It will leave your skin feeling silky smooth.

Scientists have reported that caffeine could be added to sunscreen to boost protection against the most common form of skin cancer.

Tags: coffee, coffee seeds, dry skin, Skin Care, skincare


Last updated: April 14, 2013



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  • lonestar1974 says:

    This post had many good thoughts, but I’m going to send it to my friends and see what they think. I’m always getting stuff in my email from them, so I might as well share some cool things I find. Thanks, Kelly Malthus.

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