The warm, inviting aroma of coffee bean steam distilled oil can be used in many ways. Uplift your mood with this wonderful scent. Coffee Oil can also be used when you are feeling under the weather.
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Stimulate Hair Growth
The caffeine found in coffee oil has been found to counteract testosterone caused hair thinning. They believe it stimulates the follicles, allowing for more activity and longer hair.
Coffee oil has many properties such as being antibacterial.
You can add a couple drops to vinegar to create a surface spray that will help keep your house clean and reminding you of a fresh cup of coffee at the same time.
This seems to be a persistent problem for many people, despite changes in diet and exercise. Your body is determined to hold onto the lumpy bulges on the hips and thighs. Research has shown that using coffee infused oil for cellulite does show a change in the appearance of cellulite on the body.
Mix the coffee oil with a carrier oil and apply it anywhere on your body where you have cellulite. All the beneficial chemicals will be absorbed through your skin, and you may begin to see changes in your body.
One of the compounds found in coffee oil also has a slightly sedative effect, which can be helpful when it comes to dealing with the extremes of depression and other mental disorders. This effect allows the mind and body to relax so that hormones can be balanced between feeling good and existing in a constant state of stress.
Add coffee oil to your diffuser when you need to be relaxed. Coffee oil blends well with ylang-ylang, which is also a mood enhancer with a slight floral smell that shouldn’t overwhelm the smell of coffee, or sandalwood if you prefer a less citrus scent.
When you think of coffee, skin cleanser is likely the last thing you would think of when considering how to use coffee infused oil. It has been shown that using this oil mixed with a carrier and used as a topical application can help prevent the signs of aging, which are usually indicators of the cells being damaged by free radicals in the environment.
Add some coffee oil to witch hazel to add in the astringent properties found in it. The oil will sink into your skin and work to protect you from further damage.
Boosts Your Immune System
Coffee is one of the biggest sources of antioxidants for the modern world, and coffee oil comes packed full of antioxidants that can boost your immune system. Several studies have highlighted how coffee’s properties can help prevent free radical damage to your cells and reduce your oxidative stress. This can boost your immune system and keep you healthier.