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Sensory and yield response surface analysis of supercritical CO2 extracted aromatic oil from roasted coffee
(Assn Food Scient Techn IndiaMysoreÍndia, 2001)
Sensory evaluation of black instant coffee beverage with some volatile compounds present in aromatic oil from roasted coffee
(Soc Brasileira Ciencia Tecnologia AlimentosCampinasBrasil, 2009)
The green generation of sunscreens: Using coffee industrial sub-products
Spent coffee grounds and green coffee defective beans, which are industrial sub-products of coffee processing, have a potential use for cosmetic applications, due to their safety and high content in lipids that present ...
Synergistic effect of green coffee oil and synthetic sunscreen for health care application
(Elsevier B.V., 2014-01-01)
Green coffee oil (GCO) is a potential natural product for application in health care products. In this study, the properties of GCO from spent coffee grains were evaluated aiming its application in sunscreens. GCO showed ...
Extraction of green coffee oil using supercritical carbon dioxide
(Elsevier Science BvAmsterdamHolanda, 2008)
Thermal behavior of coffee oil (Robusta and Arabica species)
Coffee seeds are a source for obtaining oil which is used in the candy, soluble coffee, and cosmetics industries. The main purpose of this study was the investigation of the lipid profile and thermal behavior of the roasted ...
From coffee industry waste materials to skin-friendly products with improved skin fat levels
Spent coffee grounds (SCG), which are the residue obtained from the treatment of coffee with hot water or steam, can be used for industrial applications, due to the high content in lipids. The cosmetic products might be a ...