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Green Tea use in skin care

Green tea is a popular ingredient in botanical skin care products for good reason.  

The active components of green tea are micro-nutrients called polyphenols.
Polyphenols are:

-micronutrients that naturally occur in plants.
-Polyphenols’ antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. 
-Polyphenols naturally protect plants from the strong, damaging UV rays of the sun.

Green tea (and polyphenols) have a plethora of benefits for the skin, and are a powerhouse of a skincare ingredient through correcting and protecting your skin.

One of green tea’s most notable attributes is polyphenols’ ability to manage and reduce sebum by lowering lipid levels- making it a valuable ingredient for oil and acne prone skin and prevent breakouts.

Green tea extract also has been known to improve moisture retention-making your moisturizer more effective, improving your skin texture, and evening redness.

  • Anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties soothe inflammation- such as acne, eczema, and chronic dryness.
  • Green tea combats signs of aging such as hyperpigmentation and sunspots, and boost firmness to treat fine lines and wrinkles (making it very popular in anti aging products).
  • Green tea also contains caffeine known to reduce puffiness and shrinking blood vessels, improving skin texture and complexion.

Green tea is also known to help protect the skin by:

  • neutralizing free radicals via antioxidants
  • protect skin from pollutants, UV rays, and other sun damage

Some of Remedy’s products that include green tea are:


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