Organic Green Tea Oil with Rejuvenating Adaptogenic Herbs 50mLRegular price £39.00
Green Tea Oil for Skin
This quality organic oil allows you to achieve youthful skin naturally and easily at home or in clinic. Brought to you by White Lotus the Organic green tea oil contains 100% organic ingredients and is certified by Peta as vegan and cruelty free.
Green Tea Oil Benefits
Used for thousands of years in the Far East the ingredients in this oil have been scientifically shown to –
• Induce the body’s own natural collagen (1)
• Prevent degradation of existing collagen (2)
• Regenerate skin cells (3)
• Repair UV damage (4)
• Protect against future UV damage (4)
Deliver high quantities of natural anti-oxidants (2)
Green tea oil is naturally high in natural vitamins such as vitamin A, C and E which are vital in wound repair and skin rejuvenation following microneedling
Organic Green Tea Seed Oil
The green tea seed oil is made by pressing the seeds of the tea plant (Camellia sinensis). This is the same plant that gives us white tea, green tea and the common black tea. The oil is of the purest form and highly valued in Asia for its incredible anti aging properties.
Not only the Oil of Green Tea
In addition to pure green tea oil the White Lotus oil contains only organic grape seed oil and 3 other adaptogenic herbs. You will never find a single preservative, sulphate, paraben or other synthetic ingredient in any White Lotus product.
A small amount of organic grape seed oil is added to the formula to act as a carrier oil. Alone green tea oil can stay on the surface of the skin for longer periods and takes time to slowly absorb in. By cleverly combining the grape seed oil the green tea oil is absorbed more quickly and deeply to better nourish the skin. This is a classic example of herb combining which makes Asian medicine and cosmetics so effective.
The herbs infused through the oil are Organic Ginseng, Organic Astragalus and Organic Goji Berries. Each has strong regenerative properties and combined create a highly effective anti aging serum.
Pure Green Tea Oil and Microneedling
The green tea pure cleansing oil is ideal to use with skin needling because –
- It can enhance the derma roller’s ability to induct collagen
- It can reduce the dryness and photo-sensitivity caused by skin needling
- It contains a wide range of micronutrients to ensure rapid skin rejuvenation
The 50mlL bottle is ideal for assisting stretch marks and cellulite or when using the green tea oil for acne scars as you may be treating larger areas of skin.
Green Tea Facial Oil for Gua Sha, Jade rollers and Cosmetic Cupping
It can also be used as a green tea facial oil or body oil in conjunction with many traditional Cosmetic massage tools. In particular it allows the Gua Sha tools to effortlessly glide across the skin and facilitates moving cupping to truly enhance the skin appearance.
Green Tea Oil for Acne Scars
Green tea oil is non comodegenic which means it does not block the pores and cause acne unlike most oils. The linolenic acid content contributes to its anti acne properties and this property of the oil was mentioned in many ancient Chinese texts.
Love the green tea oil and want more?
Check out the complete White Lotus skin treatment packs below
Microneedling and Green Tea oil Scar reduction pack
Microneedling and green tea oil stretch mark and cellulite reduction pack
Jade Roller, Cosmetic Cupping and green tea oil for stretch marks and cellulite pack
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- Thring, T. S., Hili, P. & Naughton, D. P. (2009). Anti-collagenase, anti-elastase and anti-oxidant activities of extracts from 21 plants. BMC Complement Altern Med. Aug 4, 9, 27.
- Medical College Of Georgia. (2003, April 25). Green Tea Linked To Skin Cell Rejuvenation. ScienceDaily. Retrieved May 25, 2016
- Elmets, C. A.,et al. (2001). Cutaneous photoprotection from ultraviolet injury by green tea polyphenols. J Am Acad Dermatol. Mar, 44(3), 425-432.