I don’t know about you, but like most people, starting out my day with a coffee or two is an absolute necessity. Without it, I am unable to properly function- or at least, that’s what I think. Maybe it’s a placebo effect, but I find everything about coffee enticing. Its smell, its warmth, its taste. I know that it’s not good for me, but it’s the once vice I refuse to give up. Then again, what if there was a way to get my coffee fix without settling for all of its harsh consequences? What if there was a way to reap all of the benefits whilst neglecting the negatives? Fortunately, there’s now a solution, and pretty much anyone can give it a go.
Tantric, Coffee massages are the new ‘must have’ in the world of erotic massage. Sensual and uplifting, masseuses have developed a way to perform this classic massage with the aid of coffee based products known to rejuvenate the skin. Coffee beans are ground and used as a stimulating exfoliant scrub to remove dead skin cells across the body, either by hand or with the help of a wet cloth. Once the skin has been scrubbed, coffee based oil or lubricant is drizzled all over the body in preparation for the Tantric massage to come.
But this poses the question: If we don’t consume the coffee, how do we obtain all of its benefits? Well, I am here to tell you why.
Coffee is good for your face
Although coffee is regarded as unhealthy in many respects, its actually known for being great for the skin, believe it or not. Caffeine actually reduces skin inflammation across the body but is particularly good for the face. As well as brightening the face, coffee softens lines, prevents clogged pores and acts as a chemical exfoliator. Similarly, if you suffer from puffy under-eyes, using a coffee-based eye cream could be just what you to resolve the problem. The eyes are lymphatic channels that drain poorly, meaning eyes often appear puffy when water becomes trapped. When coffee is applied to the skin, it dehydrates and constricts blood vessels, aiding the channels to drain more efficiently. This reduces the appearance of dark circles and minimises puffiness.
It reduces the risk of cancer
Ever stayed out in the sun a little too long on your summer holiday and been left red raw? Most of us have at one point, and it usually comes down to the fact he haven’t applied enough suntan lotion. However, according to a 2011 study, scientists have discovered that coffee can actually protect the skin from sun damage. When applied to burn-prone areas of the body, caffeine helps to protect against the skin cancer at a molecular level by constraining a protein enzyme in the skin. Essentially, this minimises the chance of skin burning.
Improves your sense of smell
Ever been for a fancy meal in a Michelin start restaurant and had sorbet between courses? Well, just like sorbet, coffee beans can actually act as a palette cleanser for the nose. Just like the body and mind, the nose can tire, making the sense of smell less poignant. However, researches at the University of California have determined that the smell of coffee prevents nose fatigue, heightening the sense as a whole. No wonder we all love the smell of coffee so much!
The Reason why you should avoid drinking coffee
It can increase Osteoporosis
Although consuming coffee does have some health benefits, it’s also been linked to the development of Osteoporosis. Drinking coffee causes the body to excrete calcium in the urine which can result in the development of calcium-related illnesses.
Coffee can raise cholesterol levels
If you’re pregnant or overweight, you should put down the coffee immediately. For women who are expecting, coffee can increase the chance of babies being underweight at birth. People who suffer from diabetes can be negatively impacted by caffeine which can make blood sugar levels difficult to control and increase insulin resistance. Similarly, unfiltered coffee can raise cholesterol levels as well as worsening peptic ulcers and heartburn. Suffer from high blood sugar? Steer clear of coffee because it’ll send if through the roof!
It causes insomnia
Most people consume coffee throughout the day because it up’s our energy levels and makes us more alert. However, these effects don’t just disappear when the sun goes down, far from it. When consumed in excess, coffee is renowned for causing sleep deprivation. Lack of sleep effects performance in all walks of life and is closely linked with stress, anxiety and depression. Getting between 6-8 hours of sleep per night is imperative when it comes to brain function, but coffee hinders us from switching off when the lights go out. Although drinking coffee has this impact, using coffee based creams and oils on the skin does not.
What happens during a Tantric coffee massage?
Tantric massages were developed through the ancient practice of Tantra, whereas the integration of coffee is more of a modern twist to this classic style. Pouring the coffee-based product all over the skin, Tantric masseuses use gentle touch to unlock senses right across the body. This romantic style of massage is the perfect recipe for relaxation, but also incorporates sexual stimulation for a journey filled with serenity and pleasure. The coffee makes specific massage techniques and strokes more fluid, but also electrifies the senses, making every touch twice as intense and twice as defined. Although Tantric massages are not defined as a style with a ‘happy ending’, most clients are in fact lucky enough to reach that point. Tantric massages are powerful because the unite relaxation and sex to be one in the same thing, meaning participants are able to experience a powerful, full-body, holistic release. The use of coffee intensifies this feeling.
So, next time you drive past Starbucks and consider dropping in for an espresso, reconsider. Tantric coffee massages have all the benefits of drinking coffee but are far more rewarding in every single way. Swap your latte for a green tea and save your coffee intake for your massage- it’s the best coffee you’ll ever have.
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