Finding a daily moisturizer can be tough!
First there’s the issue of your skin type, then texture, and finally, the benefits. Using a daily moisturizer that’s fortified with green tea could be the answer to your daily moisturizer mystery – specifically, the Green Tea EGCG Concentrate Cream. We’ll tell you how and why a green tea moisturizer could be your skin’s daily savior against more than just one type of skin damage!
Our green tea moisturizer is suitable for a broad range of skin types – it’s possibly the most multi-skin-type-friendly moisturizer that we make! It’s designed to moisturize dry skin, balance oily skin, and act as a well-balanced formula for both combination and normal skin types as well.
A base of yerba mate water instills skin hydration and traces of antioxidants, while helping to boost skin firmness and elasticity – making it great for aging skin types, too. Finally, this moisturizer can also calm redness in sensitive skin types, thanks to its potent caffeine content (more on that below).
Silky olive squalane gives our green tea moisturizer a lightweight texture, which can be worn alone or under makeup. It blends and absorbs quickly, without leaving any stickiness or film. This is thanks to the purifying essential oils of blood orange and bergamot, which also happen to be powerful degreasers (key for preventing that greasy finish).
Most skin types will only need about a pea-sized amount for their entire face, but dry skin types or those with combo skin may want to apply a little extra to extra dry areas around the nose, eyebrows, and cheeks.
Daily Benefits of a Green Tea Moisturizer
A green tea moisturizer can do more than just boost antioxidant defense! Find out for yourself:
1. Neutralizes free radicals
EGCG, the powerful antioxidant and key polyphenol in green tea, acts as a complex defense system against free radicals.
Free radicals are molecules that are already present in our bodies and skin, but external factors like UV exposure, smoke, smog, and various other types of pollution are what mutate them into something harmful. Pollution and UV exposure trigger an unhealthy increase in production of our body’s free radical molecules. When their count becomes excessive, so does their effect on our body, leading to cell degradation and accelerated signs of aging.