This or That: Coffee or Tea?
Coffee has a ton of beneficial nutrients for your skin. It’s full of powerful antioxidants like polyphenols and flavonoids that help protect against sun damage and fight off free radicals.

Caffeine for your skin may sound strange but it’s great for waking up tired eyes by constricting blood vessels, which reduces the appearance of dark circles. It’s also chock-full of antioxidants, so it’s a great ingredient to look for in eye creams.

Thanks to the antioxidant-rich and anti-inflammatory flavonoids and polyphenols in coffee, it actually makes a wonderful skin-soother found in moisturizers and cleansers that reduces redness, inflammation, and helps protect against sun damage.

The anti-oxidant, anti-ageing and anti-inflammatory properties present in tea helps keep your skin healthy and glowing. Green tea and black tea contain caffeine and are super-rich in catechins and polyphenols, two antioxidants that are known to fight ageing.

Green tea has powerful anti-inflammatory properties, thanks to its high content of polyphenols called catechins. The catechins in green tea reduce irritation, redness, and swelling.

Green tea is chock full of vitamin B2 and vitamin E, both essential for skin health. B2 plays an essential role in maintaining collagen levels for youthful skin structure and firmness.

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