Coffee (Direct Trade)
Coffee is used in soaps to absorb odors from the skin. It also contains well-known cellulite fighter - Caffeine! Caffeine helps temporarily plump and smooth the skin.
In haircare, brunettes have been pouring freshly brewed coffee on their hair for centuries to help transform flat brown tones to into shiny, rich color and maybe even do away with some of those pesky gray strands. The natural oil from the coffee beans adds luster to dry hair and studies done at a university in Germany suggest that caffeine promotes hair growth.
We are proud to have a collaboration with a company that uses Direct Trade practices to work directly with individual coffee producers. As a result, they have not only improved the quality of the coffee, but also the quality of life for farmers that are fairly compensated for their superior beans.
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