Coffee antioxidants and nutrients may benefit the scalp, skin, and hair. You can use it for exfoliation, acne treatment, circulation improvement, and pH control.

Many folks can only operate with their morning coffee since it gives them the energy they need to get and stay on track. However, it can be used as a skin-awakening component, which you may need to be aware of. Even though a cup of caffeine might give you a quick energy boost, putting it on your face has many benefits. If you’re interested in utilizing caffeine for your skin but need help knowing where to begin, Reviva Medical Aesthetics is here to help you!

Benefits Of Coffee For Skin And Hair


A group of coffee grounds can be used to scrub away dead skin and oil. It works great as a scrub for cleaning. You can use it anywhere your skin is, not just on your head. Apply a paste made from brewed ground caffeine to your scalp and skin. After a few minutes of gentle pressure, wash it off with water. You should get some shampoo and conditioner and wash your hair well.

Acne Treatment

Coffee‘s anti-inflammatory, stimulating, and astringent properties, especially its chlorogenic acids, could make it a good face scrub for treating acne. When pores get clogged, bacteria can get in and make the skin inflamed. This is what acne is. Try exfoliating with used ground caffeine to eliminate dry, dull skin and open up clogged pores. There are chlorogenic acids that can fight inflammation and some germs.

Getting Rid Of Puffy Eyes

Caffeine helps to drain the extra fluid that causes puffy eyes. By narrowing the blood vessels in that area, putting ground caffeine on the skin can help reduce puffiness around the eyes.

Coffee Boosts Hair Tint

You only need some ground caffeine if you want a darker hair color. Although this is a temporary solution, it can be useful if you are in a hurry and must attend a salon to get a darker hair color. Apply a teaspoon of brewed, ground caffeine to your hair conditioner before styling. After a few minutes, just like you would after applying conditioner, wash it out.


The Best Ways To Use Coffee For Beauty

Here are five ways to enhance your beauty.

Face Scrub

Mix two tablespoons of ground caffeine with one tablespoon of olive oil to get a uniform texture. Use this to scrub your face and neck. Put pressure on the area and massage it in circles for 5 minutes. After letting the mask sit for 30 minutes, rinse it with warm water.

Body Scrub

You can make a body scrub by mixing a quarter cup of brown sugar, a quarter cup of fresh coffee grounds, and enough lemon juice to make a paste. A small amount of water can be added to the powder to turn it into a paste. You should use this to scrub your whole body. Remember to use a light, circular motion when you scrub. After 5 to 10 minutes, rinse, pat your skin dry, and put on a good moisturizer.

Face Mask

Mix two tablespoons of aloe vera gel and two tablespoons of ground coffee in a bowl. By properly blending the ingredients, you can make a paste. When you’re done, rub the paste into your face and let it sit for 20 to 30 minutes. Get some cold water and clean it well.

Eye Mask

Mix together half a teaspoon of olive oil and half a teaspoon of coffee to make a thick paste. Apply this paste to the area under your eyes to make them look less puffy. Use your ring finger to gently pat this paste under your eyes for about 10 minutes. A soft rinse will make a difference right away.

Cold Water and Coffee

Mixing one cup of freshly brewed coffee with a cup of cold water will help reduce the redness of a sunburn. Soak a clean, soft cloth in water and wring it out. Now, pat your skin gently with this cloth. When used often throughout the day, it can significantly affect how much swelling goes down.

The Bottom Line

Several chemicals in coffee have been linked to a healthier scalp, skin, and hair. Ground caffeine made from high-quality beans may work better than instant coffee that has already been ground. But because the results can differ, trying a few different kinds is important to find the best one. Talk to our specialists in medical aesthetics before trying on your skin if you need more clarification. Contact us today to make an appointment with us.