CANNABIS SATIVA SEEDS OIL: very rich in vitamin E and polyunsaturated acids, this oil has remarkable antioxidant qualities for the face and body’s skin. The vitamins B1 and B2 contained in it give it a high moisturizing and soothing ability, therefore suitable for all skin types, even the most delicate. It does not oil the skin and is easily absorbed.
Fucus Vesiculosus (Bladderwrack): is extracted exclusively from the bottom part of the plant whole, and is, therefore, more effective as this is the most active part of the seaweed plant. This seaweed is rich in iodine, which, together with other brown seaweeds, once absorbed into the skin, promotes microcirculation and stimulates the basal lamina’s metabolism, eliminating toxins with an immediate effect on skin tone and hydration. Fucus extract is also recommended for soothing red and inflamed skin because it can increase cell regeneration and heal small wounds.
GUARANA EXTRACT: with stimulating and revitalizing qualities, as well as toning, makes the skin more radiant and elastic and increases blood microcirculation.
CAFFEINE: Cellulite reduction: Coffee may help reduce the appearance of cellulite on the skin. It’s thought that the caffeine in coffee is the key to cellulite reduction by dilating blood vessels beneath the skin and improving overall blood flow. In turn, this may help decrease the appearance of cellulite. This skincare method is thought to best be used via a coffee scrub because the exfoliation can also smooth your skin and provide an even appearance.
Calming effects: While coffee is renowned for its stimulating effects inside the body, it may provide the opposite effects when applied topically. This is thanks to the antioxidants in coffee.
Anti-aging benefits: Applying coffee directly to your skin may help decrease the appearance of sunspots, redness, and fine lines. In fact, one found a direct correlation between drinking coffee and a decrease in photoaging effects.
Vitamin B-3 for skin cancer: Coffee is a rich source of vitamin B3 (niacin), thanks to a breakdown of a key compound called trigonelline. However, trigonelline breaks down into niacin after coffee beans have been roasted. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, niacin may be helpful in preventing nonmelanoma skin cancers and can possibly prevent other skin growths.
Reduced inflammation: Anti-inflammatory effects may be attributed to(CGA) as well as melanoidins in coffee. CGA is also linked to reducing hyperpigmentation that may have a connection with inflammation.
NICOTINATED METHYL: gives a pleasant cold effect and a simultaneous sensation of the warm product increases microcirculatory activity, favouring the decrease of localized adiposity.
MENTHOL: gives an immediate cooling effect that helps increase the feeling of lightness in the legs.