Coffee to Kickstart Your Day, Coffee Fruit to Transform Your Skin! And your Brain they say?

Harness the Power of Nature: Unveiling the Skin Benefits of NE Coffee Fruit Cellular Extract

Coffee Cherry ... Berry ....More than the bean, the Coffee fruit is set to make new trends in skin, body care and the natural nootropic is flagged for supporting brain function and immunity! 

Supercharge your serums, mists, body lotions, and eyecreams with the latest nootropic!  

The Green Coffee Bean extract has long been a favorite in global skincare, particularly as a source of caffeine, featured in body care, face and under eye care. 

Did you know, the fruit flesh that encapsulates the bean, is fast becoming an exciting untapped source of potent phyto-nutrients.

A Multifunctional Botanical and untapped Powerhouse for Skincare and Brain function  

The NATIVE EXTRACTS Coffee Fruit Cellular Extract is an exciting hydrophilic entourage of water-soluble phyto-compounds, including trigonelline, caffeine, chlorogenic acid (CGA), protocatechuic acid (PCA), and a spectrum of amino acids, terpenoids, flavonoid glycosides, and phenolics. Many of these compounds are well known in skincare for their contributions as antioxidants, anti-aging, luminosity, hydration and barrier function!  

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‌”Recent studies have shown that the coffee berry has numerous health effects, from increasing brain function to boosting immunity.1 

The coffee fruit is considered to be a superfood because it is rich in the following nutrients: 

- Caffeine 

- Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 

- Magnesium 


- Chlorogenic acid 

- Quinic acid

- Diterpenes (cafestol and kahweol)”1 

More recently, research is being conducted and scientists are working to discover the benefits of coffee berries. The coffee fruit has long been an untapped resource, to date most of the global tonnage of Coffee Fruit is discarded as waste in pursuit of the bean, but this nootropic fruit’s plant profile is promising to make its own mark in human health, which brings an exciting opportunity for repurposing vast amounts of waste from the coffee industry, potential to extend the value of growers crops by diversifying and upcycling the raw plant source, it also stands out as a superfood, now poised to make its mark in the skincare industry and beyond.    

“Some of those potential health benefits being explored include the following: 

Coffee fruit is rich in antioxidants and polyphenols. Harvested Coffee berries are filled with antioxidants and polyphenols, such as chlorogenic acid. They protect your body from free radical damage, which can cause oxidative damage to cells and result in diseases. 

Coffee fruit can protect your brain. Studies have shown that coffee fruit helps protect your brain from Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, and other age-related diseases. The protective effects of coffee berries is because of the procyanidins or polyphenols. Coffee fruit raises your levels of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), which is a protein that protects your brain cells from damage and improves brain function.”1  (Medically Reviewed by Zilpah Sheikh, MD on September 25, 2023 Written by WebMD Editorial Contributors 


New ingredients for a new era in natural trends – nootropics for skin 

In the bustling realm of skincare innovation, the quest for new natural, ingredients is perpetual. Amid this journey, the NATIVE EXTRACTS Coffee Fruit Cellular Extract emerges as a testament to the symbiosis of nature and science, offering a myriad of potential to rejuvenate, protect, and enhance skin health. Let's delve into the essence of this remarkable extract and explore how it can inspire a new brand trends and your next NPD project. 

The Hydrophilic Entourage of NE Coffee Fruit Cellular Extract 

Utilizing NATIVE EXTRACTS’ founded and pioneering Cellular Extraction innovation, that harnesses and maintains the integrity of these natural molecules, delivering them in their synergism, the entourage. This process not only yields a nutrient dense extract but also reflects a commitment to eco responsible manufacturing processes. 

Natural compounds found in the Coffee Fruit Cellular Extract Concentrate are trigonelline, caffeine, chlorogenic acid (CGA), protocatechuic acid (PCA), and a spectrum of amino acids, terpenoids, flavonoid glycosides, and phenolics 

These compounds have been shown in non-related literature reviews to offer a postive impact on skin health: 

  • Antioxidant Protection: consideration for a robust defense against oxidative stress, a key factor in skin aging. By increasing antioxidant capacity and mitigating inflammation, it may help protect the skin from environmental aggressors and UV radiation. 
  • Anti-Aging Benefits: Compounds like trigonelline and caffeine, are considered to help prevent wrinkle formation, and may enhance skin firmness and elasticity. It can assist in promoting collagen support, potentially reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and shields skin from photo-aging effects. 
  • Hydration and Barrier Repair: The presence of sugars and amino acids is worth considering as an ingredient to help maintain skin hydration and possibly strengthen the skin barrier. It may also help your skin retain moisture, hydration, and resilient against external stressors. 
  • Luminosity and skin tone : Compounds like CGA and PCA have shown potential in skin liminosity or reducing hyperpigmentation, and enhancing overall skin radiance. By inhibiting melanin production and attenuating pigment formation. 
  • Wound Healing and Anti-inflammatory Properties: We are currently considering the Coffee fruit Cellular Extract Concentrate for possible wound healing care and may possess anti-inflammatory activities. It may also support tissue repair and skin irritation, making it ideal ingredient option for sensitive or compromised skin. 

Responsible Skincare for Tomorrow – responsible eco-conscious manufacturing practices 

Beyond its remarkable skin loving compounds, the NATIVE EXTRACTS Coffee Fruit Cellular Extract aligns with the growing demand for eco-responsible beauty products. 

  • Repurposing waste: Taking fruit from the growers that would normally be discarded while harvesting the bean. With tonnage globally discarded, this fruit represents a new way to look at coffee, and revalue its waste as a material potentially more valuable than its bean. 
  • Rain-harvested, filtered, and deionised water to highest standards, saving the public supply. 
  • Minimal and responsible waste management: By-products are biodegradable, repurposed and/or composted.  
  • Energy efficient, rapid processes reduce our impact on the environment. Solar panels are installed reducing our energy consumption by over 50%. This is part of our ongoing commitment to eco-conscious manufacturing.  
  • World first Palm Oil Free certified extract company, certified POFCAP. 
  • Strong back stories is an invaluable tool for a brand to forge a meaningful connection between customers and their ingredients. 

Cellular Extraction is a responsible and conscious manufacturing practices, using purified, deionized, rain-harvested water, energy and biomass efficient, and ensuring traceability and transparency in composition. This approach not only minimizes environmental impact but also ensures that the extract's phyto-compounds are uncompromised. 

Incorporating Nature's Brilliance into Your Skincare Routine 

The NATIVE EXTRACTS Coffee Fruit Cellular Extract is versatile, finding its place in a range of skincare formulations, from active mists and cleansers to serums, moisturizers, and sunscreens. Its multifunctional benefits make it a valuable addition to products in R&D targeting premature aging, hydration, brightening, and more. 


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Related Articles  

1 What to know about Coffee Fruit, Medically Reviewed by Zilpah Sheikh, MD on September 25, 2023 Written by WebMD Editorial Contributors  

Reyes-Izquierdo, T., Nemzer, B., Shu, C., Huynh, L., Argumedo, R., Keller, R., & Pietrzkowski, Z. (2013). Modulatory effect of coffee fruit extract on plasma levels of brain-derived neurotrophic factor in healthy subjects. British Journal of Nutrition. Cambridge University Press. 

Escuela, P. Jimenez, V. 2011. Functional properties of coffee and coffee by-products. Science Direct. Volume 46, Issue 2.