Caffeine is one of the most common household items found in homes. People can’t function without caffeine whether if it’s from coffee, diet water or any other caffeinated drink. Well there are other uses to caffeine other than consuming it. It has proven to be beneficial and can be included in skin and hair care routines at home. It is cheap and locally available making it very convenient. Caffeine has also been infused in beauty products and it’s for a number of reasons.
Caffeine is good for the skin. You can use liquid caffeine instead as it is much easier to apply. It acts as an antioxidant and protects the skin from premature aging and wrinkle formation. This happens by drawing of excess fluids out of the cells thus creating a lightening and tonic effect. It acts as an anti-aging skin care product.
This improves the texture of the skin. It also helps reduce redness and skin inflammation in affected areas by constricting blood vessels. Caffeine can also be used to treat puffiness and dark circles under the eye by boosting blood circulation.
The caffeine also helps reduce cellulite on the skin. It stimulates dilation when you scrubbing in increased circular motion. This plumps up the skin and help reduce the cellulite. It also temporarily tones up, tightens tissue and also reduces water retention. Plus, the presence of antioxidant helps in collagen production.
Caffeine is a great hair treatment. It helps loosen the hair strands and by penetrating deep into the hair roots and stimulating them. It also prevents male baldness and hair loss. It is also a good regimen for hair growth. It acts as a stimulant for hair follicle and will restore hair.
It is also a hair strengthener to the shaft and at the same time adds shine to it. It makes the hair easy to manage and it is also good for colored hair. There are products like shampoos, shower gels, face creams among others that are infused with caffeine and are a great option.