Caffeine Face Mask

Do you love coffee? What about tea? I love both and you can imagine how excited I was when I discovered that both are really great for your skin.

Don’t you just love the smell? It reminds me of a winter morning, cuddling under a fluffy blanket, sipping the smooth, bitter and sweet liquid that is coffee. My mind runs wild with nostalgia of those wonderful, quiet winter mornings – my favourite time of the year…

I made a great face mask and I absolutely love it! My skin feels so soft and it looks really clean. Caffeine actually turned out to be really good for your skin, especially in the form of green tea, but in this we will be combining coffee and tea. We will also be combining it with other ingredients that are also really great for your skin, but we will be consentrating more on the caffeine as this is the main ingredient.

 

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Soak the filtered coffee and tea in the hot water for 30 seconds.
  2. Mix ingredients together
  3. Massage into face
  4. Let it sit for 15 minutes
  5. Rins it off

Benefits of coffee for you skin

  1. It is a natural exfoliator which means it helps to remove dry, dead skin cells which rejuvenates your skin.
  2. It stimulates blood flow which helps to lessen your acne and a lot of other marks including acne marks.
  3. It targets free radicals (they are molecules that can result in visible skin imperfections when damaged). It contains a lot of antioxidants which helps to reverse the imperfections, brightening your skin and giving you a refreshed glow. I absolutely love this it is like a miracle cure!
  4. The Ph balance of coffee is the same as human skin meaning it doesn’t leave your skin oily or dry.
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Benefits of tea for your skin

  1. It fights skin cancer by promoting DNA repair.
  2. It fights signs of aging.
  3. It has anti-inflammatory properties and reduces irritation, redness and swelling.
  4. It treats acne and unclog pores because of it’s antibacterial agent.
  5. It promotes smooth and toned skin.
  6. It is full of Vitamin B2 and Vitamin E which helps to maintain collagen levels for youthful skin structure and firmness.
  7. It supports new skin cell growth and also acts as an intense hydrator.
  8. Caffeine and tannins in green tea help to shrink blood vesels around the eyes which treats puffy eyes and dark circles.
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Benefits of honey for your skin

  1. It treats acne because of it’s antibacterial components.
  2. It is full of anti-oxidants and therefor slows aging.
  3. It boosts your complexion because of it being a great moisturiser, it sooths the skin and helps to give you that desired glow.
  4. It helps to cleans your pores.
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Benefits of milk for your skin

  1. Treats dry, flaky and peeling skin.
  2. Gives your skin a youthful glow.
  3. Slows down aging.
  4. Protects skin from free radicals.
  5. Helps to fade dark spots and marks.
  6. Reduces acne.
  7. Promotes skin elasticity.
  8. Promotes new skin cell growth.
  9. Moisturises and helps to keep your skin healthy.
  10. Revitelizes dry cracked skin.
  11. Promotes wrinkle free skin.
  12. It protects skin against sun damage.
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Thank you guys so much for reading. Please leave a comment below if you have any questions or requests for a next video. You can follow me to see more posts like these and also like this.

 

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