- The active in green tea is Epigallo Catechin Gallate (EGCG). It is a very powerful anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory agent. Many researchers have attributed that the reason Japanese populations have much lower cancer, heart and better skin is their habitual consumption of green tea. We believe along with many other leading dermatologists that aging is an inflammatory disease. Photoaging or the pre-mature aging caused by solar exposure to the skin is mostly caused by inflammatory reactions.
- Green Tea (EGCG) is water soluble and very unstable, just like ascorbic acid. At BeautyStat, we use high levels of 97% pure EGCG in our Skin Refiner and Eye Perfector because our silicone elastomer matrix also stabilizes it. It stabilizes our EGCG similarly like it keeps our Vitamin C fresh and active until needed. We have been awarded 2 separate patents by the U.S. patent office for this technology. Since the skin cannot repair itself until it calms itself down, active green tea becomes a powerful tool in our approach to anti-aging.
Green tea can be found in our BeautyStat Universal C Skin Refiner Vitamin C Serum. You can click the link to purchase this product and try it out for yourself.
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