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The Power of Green Tea

Unlock the Secrets to Radiant Skin with Green Tea

Green Tea has been used for centuries to heal a plethora of ailments, and just one Google search will reveal the extensive list of advantages it offers. From enhancing fat burning to boosting brain activity, from nourishing skin to lowering cancer risks – Green Tea is an incredible ingredient that can be included in your life. However, keep in mind that although remarkable, this ancient remedy should not replace medical treatments or medications prescribed by professionals.

Here, we believe in the power of fusing science and nature. We’ve taken it upon ourselves to mix these two forces within our products so as to produce potent formulas that truly yield results. This is why you’ll find Green Tea in many of your beloved items – its effectiveness has been instrumental for us.

The extract form of Green Tea is the most effective way to reap the full benefits of its potent leaves. Its impressive array of topical advantages are why it has become so popular in skincare products. Boasting high quantities of active polyphenols and tannins, this ingredient provides powerful antioxidants that can protect cells and repair skin damage caused by inflammation while also helping to prevent collagen breakdown. All-in-all, Green Tea offers an effortless solution for some common skincare issues.

Reduce Inflammation

If under eye puffiness is your main skin concern, then green tea should be your go-to ingredient. Its anti-inflammatory abilities and caffeine content make it optimal for treating this issue. 100% Pure Green Tea EGCG Concentrate Serum was designed with these properties in mind while Jane Iredale Disappear Concealer allows you to fight bags using both skincare AND makeup.

Combats Free Radicals

Although sunscreen is still the benchmark for protection from UV rays, Green Tea has been proven to have a beneficial impact when it comes to reducing sun damage. This powerhouse ingredient combats free radicals that can cause harm – and this is even more helpful when included in an item you use on your face each day, like foundation. So don’t underestimate the power of Green Tea. When coupled with a suitable SPF, your skin gets an excellent shield from the sun’s harmful rays. Pro Tip: incorporating Vitamin C serum into your skincare routine can further improve your complexion’s ability to fight damaging free radicals.

Eliminate Acne

Green Tea is a powerhouse of anti-aging and acne-fighting compounds – catechins, which are also known as antioxidants. One particular type of catechin found in Green Tea, Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), can help to eliminate bacteria that cause acne. Not only does Green Tea possess calming properties for inflammation, EGCG provides an antibacterial agent for natural astringency. In a clinical trial, 80% of women aged 24-45 with moderate to intense acne reported marked decreases in the extent of irritated blemishes after four weeks of taking daily doses of EGCG. Green can be located in cleansers, toners and moisturizers, which collectively aid those struggling with troubled skin gain clarity faster.

Anti-Aging Properties 

Don’t expect Green Tea to take away your wrinkles and make skin look firm, but it will help in slowing down the aging process. Its EGCG content is a great solution for those with acne or aging concerns – as it works to repair DNA damage caused by environmental factors. Moreover, this miraculous extract brims with Vitamin B2 and Vitamin E which work together to promote collagen production in the body. If you’re still uncertain why collagen should be a part of your daily routine, it’s because it helps keep your skin looking young and radiant. If that wasn’t enough to convince you, the Green Tea EGCG Concentrate Serum contains green tea which with continued use will give you skin an even complexion as well as boosting its glow.

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