Coffee and skin cancer

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17 Responses

  1. Jennifer says:

    ~*LoL…I loved this post. Yeah, when I first saw a man wearing a pink shirt and two men holding hands, while studying abroad, my first thought was “…they must be really secure with their sexuality” :P*~

  2. Jennifer says:

    ^—– Yeah, I totally posted this comment in the wrong article. So never mind πŸ™‚

  3. jehan says:

    thanks for this info ate betchay… i actually have an overly sensitive skin.. so i had the chance to see different dermatologists but all to no avail.. my uncles from the US sent me sets of ProActive and Murad but then again, no effects… i guess i just have to live taking antihistamine everyday…

    then i got hold of this skin care brand iWhite Korea having coffee grains for a facial scrub.. i tried using the whole trial set and my skin had good reactions with it.. but now i stick to VOV skin care line, i sometimes use Deoproce which i buy from a korean beauty shop here in baguio.. it turns out my skin reacts very well with Asian skin care products…

    now i can fully switch to iWhite’s (coffee) facial scrub…

  4. Betchay says:

    @jehan >> i’ll have to check that brand… i haven’t really tried a lot of korean brands… the ones i use are usually gifts πŸ™‚

  5. john says:

    ck out this great coffee based tanning gel i can’t believe all the benefits u get from coffee ck out there site http://www.sstanonline.com

  6. real coffee says:

    I know for sure that all people who drinks coffee won’t have skin cancer because of this. πŸ™‚ So keep drinking hot black coffee πŸ™‚

  7. AntiAging says:

    Finally, some good news about coffee. I drink 10-12 cups a day, also black please, and it’s good to hear that it might be good for me.

  8. Guess I should have been drinking more coffee, maybe I could have avoided getting basal cell carcinoma three times on my nose. This last time they cut off half my nose and rebuilt it using a cosmetic surgery procedure where they take a flap of skin from the forehead and attach to to area that was removed. It produced good results with not much scaring.

    You can see pictures of my experience with basal cell on my site at: http://www.basalcellmohs.com/
    Not all the picture are pleasant but the whole procedure was fairly remarkable. I’ll have to add something about drinking more coffee, that’s really interesting. Thanks for sharing this!

  9. I might add that I’m an American, married to a wonderful Pinay. Loving every minute of it!!!

    Here’s a picture of her standing by my Suzuki mini truck. Gotta love those green slippers too!
    http://s195.photobucket.com/albums/z243/abbakd/Minitrucks/?action=view&current=DSC01297.jpg

  10. never mind says:

    nothing here

  11. Tom says:

    Do you think that it is an enough reason to drink that amount of coffee? You should reconsider it and should find some more reason or some reason to get rid of this habit.

  12. Dermaroller says:

    Have you never tried drinking tea instead. That is full of antioxidants and so on and can still have as much or as little caffeine as you want (depending on the type)

    Remember that caffeine is a drug and worse than that coffee stains your teeth too. It can’t be healthy drinking that much!

  13. Sean says:

    I am a huge coffee drinker and I have always wondered about any negative affects it has in my body. I am glad to hear that it actually helps fight skin cancer, but like you I wear sun screen year round!

  14. Georgina says:

    Nice site, with some good information. I wrote an article about an exciting breakthrough in treatment.

    STA-478, A New Skin Cancer Drug Treatment

    There is a new skin cancer treatment that is causing a huge buzz. Huge enough that two major Drug makers, GlaxoSmithKline PLC and Synta Pharmaceuticals Corp. will be collaborating on the development of an exciting and very promising new skin cancer drug treatment. This drug treatment has been shown to aid in even Stage 1V melanoma, which kills 70 per cent of its victims within one year

    Named STA-4783, this is a new, injectable drug candidate that kills cancer cells by overloading cancerous cells with oxygen. Since cancer cells have a much lower tolerance for oxygen than non cancerous cell do, this causes them to self-destruct. This is a new category of anti cancer therapy, with remarkable potential.

    In layman’s terms, STA-4783 raises the level of oxygen inside of the cancer cells. Cancer cells can not tolerate as much oxygen as normal cells, and this drug elevates the oxygen inside the cancer cell, and this causes the cell to pass the critical breading point, It then undergoes apoptosis, or programmed cell death. STA has little or no effect upon normal non-cancerous cells. http://www.signsofskincancer.tdick.com

  15. Darlene says:

    One cup of coffee a day is the recommended amount of consumption to enjoy all of its antioxidant benefits.

  16. jeshudas says:

    great article! i’ve been stop to make a coffe since i felt my skin is not fresh look..
    now i drink a water for 5 glasses a day

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