Coffee is naturally full of antioxidants and caffeine which assist the skin’s ability to heal, restore, firm and tighten. The caffeine in the coffee is said to reduce dark circles and puffiness of the under eye area as it is known for increasing blood circulation to give the skin a more rejuvenated and refreshed look.
Gently pat around eyes before going to bed or in the morning under the eye makeup to brighten your eyes.
Green Coffee bean infused olive oil, Shea butter, Cocoa butter, Almond oil, Grapeseed oil, Safflower oil, Vitamin-E, Lavender essential oil.
Cold pressed, organic safflower oil is proclaimed to be wondrous for some skin problems, particularly acne.
As it a good natural source of omega-6, it is less likely to form lumps or stick together. This tendency is owing to the fact that the molecules repel each other, thus making it more disposed to disperse and stay fluid.
Due to the antioxidant and soothing properties, removes fine wrinkles, helps wound healing and reduces inflammation.
Keeps skin supple by retaining moisture
Is non-comedogenic(does not block pores) an is useful in the treatment of acne
Absorbs readily into the skin
it’s a potent antioxidant that combats free radicals from UV rays by neutralizing its oxidizing effects.
it repairs traumatized skin cells, which restores collagen, fades age spots, and heals scarring.
When you wake up, the skin under your eyes will feel hydrated, supple, and restored. With use of Nature Made Vitamin E overtime, you will notice less fine lines and gradually less smile lines.
Green Coffee Beans:
Reduces Puffy eyes and dark circles – Caffeine, when applied topically to the skin, constricts the blood vessels under the skin and help reduce puffy eyes and also treat dark circles.
Shea butter is full of nutrients, including vitamin A, which has many healing properties and has been known to aid in treating blemishes, wrinkles, eczema and dermatitis, as well as burns and even stretch marks. Shea butter is also packed with antioxidants like vitamin E , as well as polyphenols and phytonutrients. These ingredients make shea butter an anti-inflammatory, which is why it works so well at moisturizing and soothing all types of skin
Antioxidants: Cocoa butter is high in antioxidants which help fight off free radicals damage to the skin. Free radicals can cause skin aging, dark patches, and even dull skin. Protecting your skin from free radical damage is a must if you want healthy and young looking skin.
Stretch Mark Reducer: There are many women who claim that the regular use of cocoa butter was what kept stretch marks away while they were pregnant. We’re not entire convinced anything can keep stretch marks away, you’ll find many anti-stretch mark cocoa butter products to choose from. In fact Palmers, a line devoted to cocoa butter has a product just for stretch marks. People also say that cocoa butter helps to heal scars.
Deep Hydration: Cocoa butter is high in fatty acids and hydrates the skin deeply making it a wonderful addition to body moisturizers and lip balms.
Sensitive Skin Healer: Again, no guarantees, but cocoa butter has been noted to help skin irritations such as eczema and dermatitis.