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We've been doing it wrong all along.
Being someone who drinks coffee only once a day, I never really questioned my relationship with caffeine. Like most people, I always take it in the morning because that's when I feel I need it the most. It never really occurred to me
Supple skin is one massage away!
Other than perking us up in the mornings, caffeine excels in the skin care department, too! Turns out, this energizing ingredient has great firming properties that can improve the appearance of cellulite and stretch marks. What's more, when caffeine is infused with
Trigger warning: you may have to give up that morning cup. We clear the air once and for all—what exactly is the effect of coffee on hormonal acne?First of all, coffee is acidic and contains high levels of caffeine. The high dosage
A doctor weighs in.
Coffee is good—coffee is life. At least, that's what they say.Last month, American teen David Allen Cripe passed away from excessive caffeine intake. The 16-year-old reportedly drank soda, a latté, and an energy drink within a two-hour period. He collapsed in school,
Trying to quit the caffeine habit? We've got your back.
There are countless reasons we love coffee. It keeps us awake, tastes divinely bitter, and smells like heaven in a mug. A steaming hot cup may be your morning go-to, but in case you didn't already know, coffee has its cons, too.
Say bye-bye to your lady lumps!
I’ve waxed poetic on my love for coffee before, but the list of beauty benefits keeps on growing! Turns out, reusing your coffee grounds makes a mean cellulite-fighting scrub. With the caffeine kick tightening your skin, it gives off a more toned
Because it's Monday, and it's hard to get up on a Monday.
I am not a morning person, so believe me when I say that I need at least one cup of java to jolt me into consciousness at 9am. After that, I’m a lean mean writing machine. But, as it turns out, I