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How to utilise caffeine?

How to utilise caffeine?

Caffeine is primarily known as a component of the coffee that many people consume daily. It is also frequently used in the formulation of skincare products. It is found in numerous treatments for its stimulating properties and its ability to combat fatigue. Discover how to use caffeine in a beauty treatment.

What exactly is caffeine?

The caffeine is a stimulant that accelerates the functioning of the nervous system. This natural ingredient is found in many plants such as coffee, tea, mate, kola nut, etc. Depending on the variety, coffee beans can contain varieties of caffeine such as Arabica or Robusta coffee.

In its raw state, caffeine presents itself as a white powder with a bitter taste. Beyond its effects on the nervous and cardiovascular systems, caffeine also has effects on the skin. It is because of its effects on the skin that it has become an ingredient with interesting properties for designing beauty care products.

How to use caffeine in beauty care?

Thanks to its numerous properties, caffeine is used in the formulation of many beauty treatments. Its incorporation into a beauty product is done cold at the end of preparation. This ingredient should not be used as is, but must be diluted. Its dosage should not exceed 6% in a treatment.

  • Use of caffeine on the skin.

    Caffeine can be applied to the skin to combat skin sagging. Thanks to its draining properties, caffeine helps to reduce dark circles and bags under the eyes. Presented in cream form, it is gently applied to the eye contour. Just a few drops are sufficient and the treatment can be used daily every morning. You can indeed benefit from the advantages of caffeine with our caffeine and niacinamide eye serum. It is suitable for all skin types and helps to reduce the appearance of purple dark circles, while restoring tone to the skin.

    Also containing antioxidants, caffeine is ideal for combating premature skin ageing. For sensitive skin prone to redness, it is possible to apply a treatment containing caffeine to soothe feelings of discomfort. Always in the form of a cream, this treatment is gently applied to sensitive skin, the face and neck. It can be used every day, particularly in the morning to maintain the skin.

  • Use of caffeine on hair.

    The caffeine is applied to the scalp to stimulate the growth of clean and healthy hair fibres. The roots are strengthened, growth is accelerated, and hair loss is limited. It can also be used as a conditioner to soften the hair fibre and limit hair loss.

    Depending on the hair type, a shampoo or conditioner containing caffeine can be applied with each hair wash. When combined with other natural ingredients, caffeine can be used as a hair mask. This will help to cleanse the hair and make it resilient. The mask should be applied approximately once every two weeks.

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