Kona coffee, one of the most expensive coffees in the world, is the coffee cultivated on the slopes of Hualalai and Mauna Loa in the North and South Kona Districts of the Big Island of Hawaii. The weather of sunny mornings, cloud or rain in the afternoon, little wind, and mild nights combined with porous, mineral-rich volcanic soil create favorable coffee growing conditions.

 The Kona coffee tree with ripe beans

Benefitting from coffee

The reader surely be happy to know about some of the merits of coffee. It turns out that coffee reduces the risk of depression, neurodegeneration, cancer and liver disease. Drinking coffee may help reduce the risk of having various diseases such as diabetes 2, Parkinson's disease, dementia, certain types of cancer and stroke. Enjoying a cup of coffee every day does not lead you to the doctor's visiting room.

Want a beautiful facial skin? Start the day with a cup of quality coffee.

A lot of health myths, positive and negative, were created around the caffeine component that coffee contains, which left confusion. It is worth noting that the caffeine component works wonders in restoring facial skin.

And here you'll read how it works.

How many times in her life has a beautiful woman heard the phrase - 'Want to meet for coffee?' In light of recent research, the question is whether she was invited to have a cup of coffee because she is beautiful, or that all the times she met and had a cup of coffee made her so beautiful?

In recent years, the field of pharmacology has shown that the largest contribution of caffeine is related to the repair of facial skin damage. It turns out that caffeine has a stimulating nature for the body and skin of the human being. Apart for its stimulating effects, at the internal body level, which include higher concentration ability, acceleration of metabolism that contributes to weight loss, improving the effectiveness and intensity of physical training and exercise, caffeine appears to have significant properties at the outer level as well, to have an effect on "skin awakening," especially facial skin.

So the question is what exactly is caffeine?

Caffeine is a natural stimulant, found in coffee beans, tea cocoa, guarana and Mate grass. Caffeine, which simulates the action of methamphetamine, belongs to the family of stimulants called Methylxanthines and is found, naturally, in more than 60 plant species. The main pharmacological properties of caffeine are stimulation of the central nervous system, respiratory system, and heart rate, and its effect depends on the recommended amounts consumed.

How the cosmetics industry use caffeine to improve facial skin condition?

Caffeine is known to stimulate the receptors that stimulate arousal. Therefore, its incorporation into Retinol-containing night products contributes to the production of hyaluronic acid and other vitamins found in human skin. In addition, caffeine has been shown to be an antioxidant with long-term anti-inflammatory properties and is therefore effective for treating acne, rosacea, redness reduction, and after greater exposure to the sun. Caffeine is known to help against the aging of the skin, and as an antioxidant it helps to rejuvenate the skin and suppress sunspots’ visibility. Moreover, studies have shown that a 10-percent dose of caffeine, in smearing preparations, for a period of about a month, has contributed to an improvement in psoriasis. Another advantage is that the delicate skin around the eyes of the person has unique features: lack of milk glands, sensitivity, thin and dense filaments, thin delicate texture, and frequent movement of blinking and facial expressions. Over the years, these properties cause aesthetic damage. The ability of caffeine, tested in eye preparations for the relief of swelling and edema-bags under the eyes symptoms, has been proven to help drain fluids from the intercellular cavity, and thus reduces swelling.

Research has also shown that smearing caffeine and massaging the hair roots with it may contribute to the growth of hair follicles. For this reason, the cosmetic industry has begun to produce creams, caffeine emulsifiers and preparations to solve baldness and to protect the scalp.

USA made natural and organic Kaffé Skincare

This is a story of a future generation determined to make the world a better place to live, a place where the ‘ME’ generation becomes the ‘WE’ generation.

A group of skilled and talented USC (University Southern California) students, with the right coaching, began to realize that the world needs help. They observed that in an attempt to achieve flawless skin appearance young women are spending an absurd amount of money on cosmetic products, in particularly skincare, mainly face creams, face and body scrubs, and youth invigorating serums.

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 Kaffé students' group-L-Jacob Rosen, Dale Saferstein, Cassidy Vida, Sean Bar, David Torre[

While focusing on their high education studies, in different courses, the group started researching the process of what actually goes into these highly priced skincare products, to later find out that many of the ingredients used in these costly products are ineffective chemicals.

The smart and curious group of students they are, with an alternative agenda in mind, through the many connections they have, made contact with a person who had worked for top skincare brands, who explained to them the broader picture of this industry.

Edification made the entrepreneurial students realize that companies manufacturing cosmetic and spa products are selling low quality products at high prices, simply because of the brand name they created. What more, they felt that this type of salesmanship exploits low-earning and financially stressed people, in particularly students who are struggling to pay for their college provisions. The essential need to take care of your appearance and have healthy and glowing facial and body skin should not leave one financially pocketbook poor.

That is how Kaffé Skincare line, all natural and no animal testing, was born. The prolific students spent months figuring out what perfect cosmetic formula could truly benefit the masses at an affordable price. They came across Kona coffee and have learned that Kona coffee extract, along with other natural ingredients, could become one of a kind skincare products’ collection. The results and what we see and can purchase nowadays, is an all-natural formula derived from plants, flowers, vitamin C, D, E and organic Kona Coffee extract, packaged most elegantly, and most importantly, affordable. Kaffé Skincare Kona Coffee comes directly from their farm on the Big Island, Hawaii, while the entire line of products is made in mainland United States.

 USA made Kaffé products

The Kaffé unique social approach

A business platform that will unite all students in the United States, Canada and Mexico so they can buy quality cosmetics at the most affordable prices. And of course not to neglect the older woman who is having financial difficulties.

The business platform strategy, an all consumers’ percentage earning partnership, allows to send ordered products at no preliminary payment. No use of credit cards. COD (Cash On Delivery), send a check upon receipt of order system. And if you do not send a check, keep the products, use the products; after all you may use it and then tell others of the satisfactory results you have experienced. It is an honesty testing company as well.

The group of students, with proper guidance, believe they are starting a movement. They meet each day to discuss the business aspects and see where improvements are needed and should be implemented and once a week they meet and receive mentoring.

“We want everyone to have age defying beautiful skin, less the overspending,” they claim. The big futuristic pix is: a better world for and of all of the people! A world where everyone has a true partnership in society. 
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