Instead of having a cup coffee to wake up in a good mood, how about get your dose of caffeine directly on the skin? This is the proposal of Joule, bracelet that releases caffeine directly on the body.
So let’s get to the point, what are the advantages of it? The absorption of substances through the skin is faster than by ingesting it. And unlike patches, that need to be ripped off after use causing irritation of the skin, Joule has acts in the same way, but without this risk. In addition, there is no discomfort by having something glued in the body for several hours and the bracelet can be removed when and as often as you like.
The wearable bracelet is approved by FDA, of the United States. It releases 65 mg of caffeine, the equivalent of a cup of coffee. The effect is immediate, but the release decreases to maintain a constant level of energy supply. Action lasts up to 4 hours, when it is necessary to change the filter cartridge of caffeine. There is no risk of overdose.
Jaule is made of silicone, one-size-fits-all and in 3 colours. There is also a watch option, which is basically the same bracelet, however with the time display coupled. The company has already begun an Indiegogo campaign. The basic model costs US$ 29 and the clock US$ 99, both with 30 refills. More recharging can be bought whenever you want.
If you still prefer a good cup of coffee, don’t forget about the environment. Try serving it in a plantable cup Reduce.Reuse.Grow, American startup, produces sustainable cups. After use, you may simply wet it and plant it in the soil. It already contains the seeds. In 180 days the cup degrades and flowers will be there.
Now you have no more excuses to fill plastic trash. If drinking coffee takes only a few minutes, why should the cup take more than 100 years to degrade?
References: Fine Dining Lovers