Tea Extracts (green and black)

Tea Extracts As an Anti-Wrinkle Treatment

Ah, tea. Nothing beats coming home after a long day of meetings and deadlines and drinking a cup of freshly brewed tea. Whether you prefer black or green tea, this warm and soothing liquid has long been hailed by experts as having so many beneficial antioxidants that it’s now been harnessed into skin and hair-care products! Chances are that you’ve seen more than your fair share of tea treatments at your local beauty store – like toners, scented soaps, shampoos, lotions and shower gels. But what about anti-wrinkle products?

Since tea is packed with powerful antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals, it makes sense that manufacturers of skincare products have been using tea as a main ingredient. And when it comes to fight off those expression lines and deep-set wrinkles, tea extracts can really help you to recapture that youthful glow that will be the envy of your friends and coworkers.

So how does tea work against wrinkles, and what kinds of products should you be using?

Let’s first begin with green tea, a natural element for keeping your skin young and beautiful. Studies have shown that taking green tea supplements can increase the production of collagen in your skin, which is what keeps your wrinkles at bay. In fact, a recent study proved that applying a green tea cream to the skin and taking a green tea supplement can help you to regenerate a youthful look without injections or expensive treatments. Green tea’s antioxidants not only produce an anti-inflammatory effect, but also protect your skin from the damage caused by exposure to UV rays and free radicals. With all of these skin benefits packed into a single cup of green tea or supplement, it’s no wonder that it is one of the most popular natural health choices on the market today!

Black tea has also been shown to have a remarkable effect on the appearance of skin, as research has confirmed the link between rising collagen production with a diet rich in black tea. Again, more collagen production in the skin means a tighter and more youthful appearance, so if you don’t favor green tea help yourself to a steaming cup of black tea for an instant glow.

If you’re not a fan of drinking tea, then simply use a supplement that’s packed with all of the great antioxidants that you can find in just a single cup of green or black tea. Take one supplement daily, and try to compliment your supplement by decreasing your coffee intake (which has actually been shown to increase the appearance of wrinkles due to its dehydrating effect).

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