Green tea extract can heal skin problems

Mesa, AZ: Skincare brand LuxeOrganix has recently commented on the effectiveness of green tea extract in healing skin problems as a part of their launch campaign promoting their anti-aging skincare line, which includes an eye cream for wrinkles.

Dry, flaky skin isn’t something anyone wants to deal with, but what’s exciting is that research shows that the active ingredients in green tea have great potential for fighting off skin disorders like psoriasis. A 2007 study found that an extract made from tea had the power to remove the signs of inflammatory disease in animals, and preliminary evidence shows that it works for humans, too.

According to Christine Kominiak, Co-Founder at LuxeOrganix, “Studies have shown the natural antioxidants found in green tea can go a long way towards fighting inflammation.” A report in the Journal of the American Medical Association of Dermatology found that the anti-inflammatory potential in green tea has the potential for fighting off a variety of skin disorders. In fact, the report notes that adding green tea to skincare products might have more benefits for skin disorders than the research currently reveals.

Preliminary evidence shows that the antioxidants in green tea may slow down the march of time, at least with respect to the appearance of the signs of aging on one’s skin.

When used topically, green tea can also make a difference in the presence of acne and blackheads. Research has shown that a lotion made with a two percent concentration of green tea extract can eliminate close to half of all acne when used twice a day.

Kominiak adds, “Green tea extract is renowned for its antimicrobial, antioxidant, astringent, and anti-inflammatory components, which is why we chose to add it as an important ingredient” in their natural moisturizer for face. To learn more about LuxeOrganix, visit their Amazon storefront or their official website.


Christine Kominiak
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