The green tea contains a record amount of antioxidants and the strongest biostimulators. In total, the green tea contains hundreds of nutrients including valuable amino acids, proteins, tannins, enzymes and almost all known to science vitamins. Moreover a content of vitamin P in the green tea is several times more than in citrus, and green tea leaves are superior to the carrot in content of provitamin A. Also the green tea is rich in vitamins of group B and vitamins C and E. The unique composition of the green tea is supplemented by the complex of microelements and minerals, and precious essential oils too.
The green tea extract has pronounced antiseptic and antibacterial effects, soothes and heals the damaged skin, normalizes metabolic processes in the tissues, helps to cleanse the skin and narrow pores, improves the complexion. Also green tea eliminates redness and irritation, excessive oiliness and oily sheen. The green tea extract is a great tool for young and problematic skin care.
The green tea extract is used not only as a part of skin care products, but also in masks and shampoos for hair, bath foams and shower gels. It provides hair and scalp with complex care, strengthens hair roots and protects your scalp from dryness, restores hair strength and healthy shine.