Coffee and vanilla based moisturiser for men.
Smells good, feels great.
Herbal inclusions: strong fresh coffee (from roasted beans), comfrey, white willow, aloe vera, stachys, (herbal) marshmallow and vanilla.
Designed to be a simple but effective moisturiser with skin-stimulating, antioxidant herbs and extracts. Sunscreen protection courtesy of coffee extracts and anti-inflammatory herbs, see studies for more info!
Purified rain water; Extra virgin olive oil infused with organic coffee beans; Olive oil-based emulsifier; Glycerine; Macadamia nut oil; Cocoa butter; Aloe vera; pp Honey; Dried and tinctured extracts of Comfrey leaf and root; Stachys; dried and oil extracts of Calendula petals, organic Oats and Stachys leaves; Vitamins A&E, Vanilla essential oil; Naticide® (essential oil based, European) preservative.
- Apply gently, with clean, dry fingers, morning and evening to dry, washed or cleansed face and neck.
- Contains comfrey, so external use only and do not use under occlusive dressing.
- Keep out of direct sunlight and replace the top firmly each time, this is a very natural product.
- Look after your cream and it will look after you!
- Our products are designed for all skin types but since skin is individual, always test on a small area of skin first to determine personal sensitivity.
- Caffeine and caffeine sodium benzoate have a sunscreen effect, enhance UVB-induced apoptosis, and inhibit UVB-induced skin carcinogenesis in SKH-1 mice. From the abstract: Caffeine-SB and caffeine are the first examples of compounds that have both a sunscreen effect and enhance UVB-induced apoptosis. Our studies suggest that caffeine-SB and caffeine may be good agents for inhibiting the formation of sunlight-induced skin cancer.
- Evaluation of the efficacy of topical caffeine in the treatment of psoriasis vulgaris. Based on the results of the trial, topical caffeine is an effective, safe and inexpensive treatment for psoriasis, with a delay in action.
- Role of Caffeine in the Management of Androgenetic Alopecia from the conclusion: The beneficial effects of topical application of caffeine in AGA can thus be attributed to inhibition of phosphodiesterase, improvement in barrier function, follicular penetration, stimulation and promotion of hair growth. Interesting role of caffeine for hair growth and improvement of follicle response.
- Histopathological evaluation of caffeine-loaded solid lipid nanoparticles in efficient treatment of cellulite. Caffeine has been shown to assist with reduction of cellulite, probably due to inducing better skin metabolism and tone. In this study small lipids are used to enhance that absorption - we use quality cocoa butter and low pufa oils.