The caffeine in coffee:
- Too much caffeine will dehydrate your skin
- As it is considered a diuretic, meaning that it causes the body to produce more urine
- Dehydrated skin can give you a duller appearance, dampening your glow and complexion!
We know it's hard to give up on coffee, but try to incorporate the following steps:
Compensate with water
If you’re a coffee drinker that likes to have more than 2 cups a day, make sure you’re drinking a lot of water to make up for it.
Skip the extra stuff
Give the creamer and sugar a miss as it is more likely to cause skin issues than the coffee itself.
Dairy changes hormone levels which can lead to blemishes.
Sugar spikes insulin levels, triggering acne.
The good news, coffee is not all bad!
- When consumed in moderation (without creamer or sugar) it can be beneficial to the skin.
- Coffee has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties
Restore your glow with skincare instead.
Coffee-lovers, restore your skin's glow with our overnight mask, Dream Capsule!
With Bakuchiol, Niacinamide, Purslane and Squalane, this ultimate antioxidant smoothie repairs and nourishes your skin while you sleep.