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Coffee Essential Oil 10ml

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Product Details

Name: Coffee

Scientific Name: Coffea arabica

Method of extraction: Cold pressed

Part of plant: Roasted beans

Country of origin: Brazil

Coffee essential oil is derived from coffee beans and has a rich, earthy aroma that is reminiscent of freshly brewed coffee.

Rich in caffeine, it is commonly used in aromatherapy to promote mental alertness and focus, as well as to help reduce feelings of fatigue and drowsiness. Coffee essential oil is also known for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and can be used in skincare products to help improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and dark circles under the eyes. Additionally, it can be added to natural perfumes and diffusers to add a warm and inviting scent.

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Cosmetic Antioxidant

Coffee essential oil has high antioxidant potential and fights free radicals, assists in rejuvenation by softening wrinkles and expression lines. It is indicated for facial treatments as it has a tonic effect and leaves the skin firmer, as it stimulates collagen synthesis. 



Studies showed that caffeine promotes the release of catecholamines and stimulates a metabolic rate and thermogenesis of brown adipose tissue, which is expected to reduce obesity. Caffeine also upregulates the expression of uncoupling protein 3, which has been linked to carbohydrate metabolism and type 2 diabetes.[1] 


Do not use it on injured skin and in the eye area. In case of irritation discontinue use. In case of accidental contact with eyes, rinse with plenty of water.

External use only, do not ingest.

How to use

Coffee Essential Oil is concentrated and should always be used diluted, whether in vegetable oils, oily extracts, creams, etc.

The concentration may vary depending on the type of use and should not exceed 15%.

Do not apply on the skin without dilution. 


[1] -Bisht, S., & Sisodia, S. (2010).Coffea arabica: A wonder gift to medical science. Journal of Natural Pharmaceuticals, 1(1), 58.doi:10.4103/2229-5119.73595