Internationally, coffee is known as 'Coffea' that belongs to the Rubiaceae family. Originating in Ethiopia in the 15th century, it was brought to Brazil, India, Vietnam, Mexico, Nepal Guatemala, Indonesia, and Sri Lanka for its herbal benefits. Grown in winter, It provides 2-3% caffeine, 13% proteins, 3-5% tannins, 10-15% fixed oils, Vitamin B2, antioxidants, magnesium, polyphenols like chlorogenic acid and quinic acid, and diterpenes including cafestol and kahweol. For the flowery, nutty, and smoky fragrance, ancient people used it as a beverage of nobility, but now it is more than that. Nowadays, coffee is used for various skincare treatments. Applying coffee on the face prevents sunspots, redness, fine lines, and thus it reduces the photogenic effects on your skin. The antioxidants present in coffee stimulate every core of your skin and Vitamin B3 helps in transforming the trigonelline into niacin that prevents the nonmelanoma skin cancer. The chlorogenic acid in coffee reduces the inflammatory effects on your skin and prevents acne. The caffeine is highly responsible for dilating the blood vessels beneath your skin, reducing the cellulite and removing the dark circles so that you can get bright and smooth skin without much effort. Coffee can be used as a face scrub or anti-cellulite body scrub as it is the natural source of healthy and glowing skin.