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Why Green Tea Is Good For Your Skin Care

Why Green Tea Is Good For Your Skin Care

Green tea – a superfood with several health and beauty advantages – is our long-term partner in good skin. Although it has long been one of the most popular drinks in the world, it is still relatively new in terms of skincare and beauty. Japanese monks who had traveled to China to study Zen Buddhism in the seventh century brought back knowledge of the amazing therapeutic benefits of green tea. Drinking green tea regularly gave Japanese monks the stamina and concentration they needed to improve their meditation throughout the following decades.

Green tea has a stellar reputation because of its rich antioxidant content. Green tea's primary feature isn't the only one; it also detoxifies the body, calms inflammation, and lowers cholesterol and blood pressure. Although green tea has many remarkable health advantages, its topical application also works like a million bucks in products like wrinkle-reducing eye lotions, face cleansers, and sunscreens.

What Makes Green Tea Good For Our Skin?

The leaves and buds of the Camellia sinensis tea plant are used to make green tea, which contains polyphenols, also known as catechins, which positively affect the skin because of their anti-inflammatory and antioxidant qualities. With the addition of caffeine and tannins, this wonder plant also has the potential to reduce puffiness by gently constricting blood vessels. Impressive.

How Can I Serve My Skin (A Cup Of) Green Tea?

Depending on the item, there are several ways to include green tea in your daily routine. According to dermatologists everywhere, the most fabulous skincare and body care routines are ones that cleanse, protect, correct, and hydrate. As a genuine overachiever, green tea is available in all of them; cleansers, serums, moisturisers, body wash, and masks – all with deliciously protective and corrective properties.

But What Exactly Can Green Tea Fix?

Green tea has been investigated as a therapy for several dermatological problems, including acne, rosacea, psoriasis, viral warts, and even skin cancer.

How Exactly Does Green Tea Make Our Complexion Pop?

Fights free radicals:
The antioxidant that scavenges free radicals from environmental stresses, including pollution and UV radiation, protects the skin. To preserve the skin, it makes sense to include it in any anti-aging skincare routine as it encourages DNA repair; EGCG can prevent DNA damage in skin cells.

Reduces aging symptoms:
Green tea helps lessen aging signs, including hyperpigmentation, rough skin, and fine wrinkles.

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Decreases extra sebum:
This substance is suitable for acne patients and those with oily skin due to its capacity to decrease sebum and its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial qualities.

Green tea might reduce inflammation in eczema, psoriasis, and dandruff cases.
All-in-all, several research studies show that topically applying green tea can benefit your skin, help with acne, and endow your skin with a youthful glow – potentially helping to prevent melanoma and nonmelanoma skin cancers. We think it’s time to pour your skin a cup!

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