Scientific Reasons Green Tea Is Good For Your Skin

Scientific Reasons Green Tea Is Good For Your Skin

Yellow Browser

Start Reading

Green tea used topically for two weeks reduced sebum production and follicular inflammation. Decaffeinated green tea extract (GTE) also reduced acne lesion numbers.

1. Green Tea Manages Acne

Photoaging results from extended UV exposure. Green tea polyphenol EGCG protects skin from UVB radiation and inhibits protein oxidation. It can prevent skin aging.

2. Green Tea Polyphenols Block UV Rays

A study found that green tea polyphenols could protect solar UVB light-induced skin illnesses such melanoma and nonmelanoma skin cancers and photoaging. 

3. Green Tea May Lower UVB-Induced Skin Cancer Risk

Many studies have found that drinking green tea regularly may lessen skin cancer risk in animals and people. More human subject research is needed.

As we age, our skin wrinkles. The skin looks plump and smooth due to collagen and elastin. These break down with age, causing skin to fold and droop.

4. Green tea antioxidants reduce skin aging and wrinkles

In mice, green tea water extract reduced skin damage, anti-wrinkling, and collagen aging. Tannase increased green tea's antioxidant activity, decreasing wrinkles.

Skin surrounding the eyes is thin and sensitive. UV exposure, stress, poor lifestyle, heredity, and lack of sleep wrinkle, age, and colour it. 

5. Green Tea May Protect Eye Skin

Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, UV-protective, and anti-wrinkle qualities of green tea may help prevent pigmentation, wrinkling, and sagging around the eyes.

How Video Calls Saved the Day

How Video Calls Saved the Day

Yellow Browser

Click Here To See