Green tea extracts contain combinations of valuable substances that soothe, relax, protect and hydrate. Green tea is rich in polyphenols (flavonols, flavones), which help neutralize harmful substances. It helps take care of the whole body and hair.
Chinese tea contains caffeine important for metabolism, flavonoids for cell protection and a number of important vitamins, minerals and trace elements. It has healing effects and is used to treat abrasions, burns, scratches and scars. Protects the skin from the effects of free radicals, UV rays and the harmful effects of the outdoor environment. After using it, hair is rich and gains shine and vitality.
Tea has been helping people for over 4,500 years. Thanks to the popularity of the drink from infused tea leaves, boiled water began to be abundant in India and China, thus preventing hundreds of thousands of deaths due to water contamination. During World War II, Sir Winston Churchill said, "Tea is more important to my soldiers than ammunition."
Even today, tea is an integral part of our lives not only as a delicacy, but also in cosmetics and beautifiers.