Origin: May be derived from various sources including coffee beans, cocoa beans, tea, yerba mate, guarana, and kola nut. The caffeine from these sources undergo laboratory process that include filtering out water and other chemical components to form caffeine anhydrous.

Also Known As: 

Dehydrated caffeine

Overview: Caffeine anhydrous is a form of caffeine that contains 0.5 percent or less of water. It is obtained through dehydrating caffeine extracted from plant sources until a white crystalline powder with a bitter aftertaste is formed.

When applied topically, caffeine stimulates circulation which helps increase the flow of nutrients to the skin tissue. It not only improves skin vibrance but also helps lighten dark undereye circles.

Caffeine anhydrous also has antioxidant properties that helps repair skin damage caused by harmful UV rays, free radicals, and environmental stressors. It slows down photoaging and the formation of wrinkles while promoting skin vibrance and elasticity.

It also has anti-inflammatory properties which helps reduce redness and swelling around the delicate eye area. It reduces puffiness which makes the eyes look well rested and bright.

Suggested Uses:

Eye creams and serums
Anti-aging products
Body scrubs
Eye brightening and de-puffing products
Facial oils