Caffeine & Skin Cancer
It has been known for years that drinking coffee is associated with a decreased risk for non-melanoma skin caners, but a recent study done at Rutgers University supports the theory that caffeine, applied directly
to the skin, might help prevent UV light from causing skin cancer. (A side note, the study found that the caffeine was most effective when the mice exercised!) There is still more research to be done, but if you're interested in trying a few coffee infused products, give these a shot...
* Coffeeberry is the red fruit of the coffee bush that contains the bean.