An excellent ingredient for personal care, cosmetics, and the food processing industry.
For the personal care industry we present Caffe Inc. coffee oil. Coffee oil has nourishing properties that are beneficial for skin and hair. Explore the beauty potential of coffee oil!
Coffee oil boasts advantageous features including UV filtering, anti-aging effects, moisturizing properties, and antioxidant qualities. These attributes make coffee oil a superb addition to
100% natural, vegan and circular
The coffee beauty market is booming! And for good reasons. The benefits of coffee oil have been widely researched. Its unique composition and active components relate to many benefits:
- Moisturizing effect
- Anti-ageing effects
- Antimicrobial agents
The high amount of polyphenols and tocopherols (a.k.a. vitamin E) protects the skin from common detrimental external factors such as ultraviolet radiation, pollution and oxidative stress. Moreover, essential fatty acids, mainly linoleic (a.k.a omega 6) and linolenic acid (a.k.a omega 3), play a major role as a building block of the skin barrier. Thus, repairing the skin from damage, improving water retention and keeping irritants out.
Additionally, coffee oil contains caffeine which is commonly known for stimulating blood circulation, functioning as an anti-inflamatory agent and improving skin elasticity. A perfect ingredient to keep your skin healthy and young. These qualities make the coffee oil excellent for use in personal care and beauty products such as:
- Skin care (face and body)
- Shampoos & conditioners
- Handsoaps and (body) bars
- Shaving products
You no longer need to choose between looking good and doing good!
Make impact by using upcycled coffee oil
We make use of resources that are already there.
Our products are extracted from the waste that arises after making coffee beverages, or coffee beans that do not meet the market standard. This ensures our product to be:
- 100% vegan, food grade, and circular
- No land-competition with food crops within the EU
- Savings on CO2 emissions and water usage