Caffeine, when applied topically through masks and other skin care treatments, constricts the blood vessels and helps reduce inflammation and puffiness. It also tightens, brightens the skin, Anti-aging benefits, and reducing wrinkles and visibly smoothing away cellulite on the body. Coffee is a rich source of vitamin B3 (niacin), thanks to a breakdown of a key compound called trigonelline and helps to dilate blood vessels that contribute to dark circles. However, trigonelline breaks down into niacin after coffee beans have been roasted.
Acts as a natural moisture barrier protecting the skin against premature ageing. Antiseptic, antiparasitic, anti-inflammatory properties, high in Vitamin C.
Rosa damascena owes its benefits to numerous chemical components found in it. Following compounds are found in Damask rose:
Anthocyanins, Citrenellol, Disiloxane, Flavonoids, Gallic acid, Carboxylic acid, Heneicosane, Myrcene, Quercetin, Geranial, Nerol, Kaempferol, Vitamin C.
Widely used by Indian women for hair grow, hair fertilizer and to make more blacken hair. A traditional use for it in Ayurvedic medicine has been hair loss treatment and hair dyeing.
Bhringraj oil has antimicrobial and antifungal properties that can help reduce dandruff. The oil also has anti-inflammatory properties, which can help psoriasis or other skin irritations on the scalp.
In past posts, Ive mentioned that Vitamin C and Vitamin E work together to protect both the watery parts and fatty parts of the cells and the body from free radical damage. Vitamin C is water soluble and Vitamin E, fat-soluble. But more recent research has shown a third powerhouse ingredient that works with these Vitamins for even more antioxidant protection……. Ferulic Acid. Ferulic acid is a phyto chemical commonly found in tomatoes, corn, rice, oats, whole wheat, apples, oranges…even coffee and peanuts. When used topically, ferulic acid improves the stability of Vitamins C and E as antioxidants and helps protect your skin from photo damage and sunburn.