You know how one whiff of coffee instantly wakes you up and brightens your mood? It has a similar effect on your skin. When you apply it as a body mask, it’ll stimulate your skin cells and increase blood flow, which will help even out skin tone and boost your glow. Some studies show that caffeine can have benefits in skin care. All in all, it is best to combine its use with other healthy habits, such as a balanced diet. As you are inside it will be reflected on the outside. Caffeine helps to inhibit fat cells, hence it is considered as potentially beneficial for the skin, does not mean that with them you are going to get the benefits of caffeine or that you are going to be able to reaffirm the facial skin with a single application. You must be constant to be able to appreciate some benefit. We encourage you to use the masks as a complement. Also, remember that improving your habits you can give a lot to your skin. Eat healthy, rest well ... and you will see how your skin thanks you.

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There really isn't such a thing as “regular coffee.” All coffee types are made from specific coffee beans grown in a different region. Colombian beans are on the higher end of coffee luxury, and are almost always an Arabic bean. Colombian coffee is a commitment to higher-end coffee and more-refined taste

Our Body Mask is made with Colombian Coffee, and other nutrients for our skin such as:

Sunflower seed Oil, Avocado Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Macademia Seed oil, Shea butter , Orange Oil - Amazing skin conditioners that prevent dryness and provides your skin a refined healthy glow.

Argan Oil  - A quality moisturizer that softens and smooths skin with the ideal fragrance for the senses.

Coffee contains caffeine and many kinds of polyphenols... coffee, has potential anti-aging effects that contribute to the prevention of age-related diseases.

Coffee grounds don’t dissolve in water, they won’t just melt away with a slight spray from your shower head—meaning they’re super effective at sloughing away dead skin cells, boosting circulation, and reducing the appearance of cellulite. It feels divine when paired with a hot shower, and it gives your skin an undeniably healthy glow. 

How? When you use it, it reduces the appearance of excess fat cells and makes your skin look supple, taut, and shiny.

Our Coffee Skin Mask  can also be used to gently face exfoliate, please try not to be tempted to eat the scrub while you’re at it.

If you’ve ever struggled with stubborn dark circles under your eyes, you can count on the benefits of our skin mask. Instead of reaching for more concealer, consider our product with caffeine. The caffeine in coffee boosts circulation and works to firm and tighten skin, which is why it’s so effective when it comes to reducing dark under-eye circles. 

The region under your eyes needs extra love because it’s a lymphatic channel that doesn’t drain easily—and since coffee removes water, you can count on it to take out any unsightly bags. 

Now you know caffeine can do a number on dark under-eye circles, but did you know it can also eliminate dark spots in the middle of the legs, armpits, elbows and knees?

Our coffee mask, with all the additional nutrients, helps to whiten these areas.

For this to happen, apply a portion to the areas mentioned, massaging constantly for 5 minutes, leave it to act for 5 more minutes and rinse with plenty of water. After having done this section, you can now apply it to the entire body.

As I explained before, every time you use a mask, a scrub or a moisturizing gel, first moisten your body with plenty of warm water, apply the product and try to massage each area of your body for 90 seconds.

For face, body and upper and lower extremities at least 9 minutes should be used.

Leave to act for 5 minutes and rinse with plenty of cold water.

No matter what your age or skin type, oils are a wonderful skin food. When you're young, your skin exudes a luminosity and is nicely plump due to the abundance of naturally occurring oils. As we age, your cell turnover declines and so too does your skin's ability to produce oil. 

A topical application of oils is an essential component of age defying skincare. Oils act as a carrier for other key ingredients, as well as improving the function of the lipid barrier, which keeps the skin moist and hydrated. 

Sunflower seed Oil

Sunflower oil helps retain moisture; it's high in Vitamin E, A, C and D as well. Additional have beta-carotene, potassium, iron, calcium and Oleic acid. These vitamins and minerals make it a great moisturizer and skin protectant.

 Lightening and anti-inflammatory properties

Sunflower oil restrains the production of melanin and also fights against post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH), which is why it's become such a popular skincare solution for those with dark spots left behind by acne. 

 Avocado oil also contains chlorophyll, which is a natural source of magnesium and helps your body remove heavy metals (think mercury and lead) from its organs. Plus, its high content of fatty acids makes it a winner for well-hydrated hair and skin.

The beta carotene, protein, lecithin, fatty acids, and vitamins A, D, and E found in avocado oil help moisturize and protect your skin from damaging UV rays and also increase collagen metabolism . 

Sweet Almond: Nourishing the skin with antioxidants (Vitamins A and E!) and other essential nutrients to soften skin. Smoothing the look of fines and wrinkles to reveal a more youthful-looking complexion. Sealing in moisture to prevent dehydration.

Because almond oil is an anti-inflammatory , it may help ease swelling of the skin. Improves complexion and skin tone. Due to its emollient properties , almond oil has the potential to improve both complexion and skin tone. 

 Almond oil can help to lighten the dark circles under your eyes and reduce under-eye puffiness. This is thanks to its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Almond oil also contains retinol, vitamin E, and vitamin K, which can keep the delicate skin under your eyes smooth without irritating it. 

Macademia Seed oil: Contains omega 6 linoleic acid which is useful for balancing sebum production in oily skin and creates a natural protective barrier. Because its oleic acid is moisturizing and anti-inflammatory while palmitoleic acid repairs skin cells, macadamia nut oil is particularly beneficial for mature skin. 

These fatty acids also make macadamia nut oil effective in preventing dry skin and discouraging the formation of wrinkles.

The oil extracted from macadamia has excellent spreadability, lubrication and penetration properties that imparts a smooth non greasy after effect. 

Shea butter : High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make Shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using Shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin. Due to its high concentration of vitamin E, Shea butter is a potent skin lightener. ... There are many essential oils on the market that are recognized as useful in achieving even skin tone, dealing with hyperpigmentation and lightening dark areas.

Our natural Coffee Body Mask is free of :

• Paraben Free

• Sulfate Free

• SLS Free

• Petroleum Free

• Free of Synthetic Dyes

• Free of Synthetic Fragrances

• Planted based

• Never Tested on Animals

Disclaimer: For external use only. 
Keep out of reach from children.
 Avoid contact with eyes. 

If you are under medical care, pregnant, or have any health problems you may want to talk to your doctor before using natural skincare products. 
Skincare products my cause reactions, if you have food allergen, talk to your doctor and know your allergies. 

***If allergic to any of the ingredients please do not use.

Please note: None of the products I offer on this site are intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or illness. They have not been evaluated by the FDA. 
Please consult your physician or midwife before using products containing essential oils if you are pregnant or nursing. 

Always do a patch test on hand or arm before applying a new product, especially if you have sensitive skin or allergen food reactions.

I provided  the property of each essentials oils, plants or naturals ingredients, only for information, and are not intended to diagnose, prescribe or treat any diseases.



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