Today we will answer the question: Is Caffeine Good For Your Nails? Caffeine has become quite the popular ingredient in skincare products in the United States. From body lotions and cleansers, it wasn’t long before a company marketed a nailcare product that included the magical ingredient. In 2017 a cosmetic company created and marketed a line of nail polishes infused with caffeine. This caught the attention of coffee and nail polish-loving women across the United States. Unfortunately, there have been questions about whether the caffeine could actually penetrate the fingernails to improve the nails. So, where do we stand on this?
Luckily for coffee lovers, there are more effective ways to improve the look of your nails!
If you’re looking for a skincare product that combines caffeine and ingredients to improve the look and health of your hands (which makes your nails look fabulous, no matter what length they may be), you’ll want to find products that use ingredients known for rapid cell regeneration and oils that nourish and moisturize the skin as they cleanse it, like Buffing Beans Coffee Scrub, and finish up with a moisturizer like Soft Whipped Body Cream Vanilla.
Ingredients to Look For:
Chlorogenic Acid: Found in green coffee extract, this antioxidant is said to improve the overall look of the hands. This is because it helps to reduce damage from free radicals and to hasten new cell development.
Avocado Oil: An avocado is high in healthy fats that help the body to hold on to moisture and to reduce inflammation.
Almond Glycerides: From the fatty acids in almond oil, glycerides help to condition the hands, acting as an emulsifier in moisturizers.
Vitamin E: This particular vitamin strengthens nails and adds moisture to the skin and the nails themselves. It also can help keep your nails from yellowing.
If you’re looking to refresh your hand and nail care routine this spring, consider Callysee Cosmetics’ skincare products to stimulate cell generation, limit damage and hydrate your skin.
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