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Top Five Benefits of Green Tea Extract

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Tea polyphenols is a general term for polyphenols in green tea. Studies have shown that tea polyphenols and other active substances have detoxification and anti-radiation effects, are new natural antioxidants, have inhibitory effects on collagenase and elastase, can maintain skin elasticity, and achieve anti-wrinkle effects. It also has bactericidal, anti-skin aging, and reduced UV damage to the skin. Most sunscreens are oil-soluble compounds, some of which are irritating to the skin. Sunscreens with water-soluble tea polyphenols as the active ingredient are naturally non-irritating. They can block ultraviolet rays, remove ultraviolet-induced free radicals, and reduce melanin. form.

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Green tea extract used in shampoo can achieve antidandruff and itching; used in hair care, can improve hair gloss, smoothness, softness, reduce greasiness, prevent hair loss; used in dyeing hair, colored substances in it For semi-permanent and uniform long-lasting dyeing of hair. The patented products applied include washing products, Yangshengtang uses tea polyphenols as dyes, and L'Oreal France uses products containing green tea extracts for semi-permanent and permanent hair coloring. Foreign countries mainly use green tea extracts for shampoos, sprays, gels, etc. which have antibacterial, antidandruff and anti-inflammatory effects. Unilever uses green tea extract to improve greasy hair caused by excessive sebum secretion from the head, prevent hair aging, thinning hair, and loss of gloss. Johnson & Johnson used it to treat acne and reduce scalp oiliness and enlarged pores.


Green tea extract is an active ingredient extracted from green tea leaves, mainly including tea polyphenols (catechins), caffeine, aroma oil, moisture, minerals, pigments, carbohydrates, proteins, amino acids, vitamins, etc. Tea polyphenols have the effects of anti-oxidation and scavenging free radicals. , Significantly reduce the serum total cholesterol, triglyceride, low-density lipoprotein cholesterol content of hyperlipidemia, at the same time have the role of restoring and protecting vascular endothelial function. The hypolipidemic effect of tea polyphenols is also one of the main reasons why tea can make obese people lose weight without rebounding.

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The Efficacy and Role of Green Tea Extract


Antioxidant Effect

Tea polyphenols can block the process of lipid peroxidation, improve the enzyme activity in the human body, and thus have the effects of antimutation and cancer.


Suppressing Tumor Effect

Tea polyphenols can inhibit the synthesis of tumor cell DNA, induce mutation DNA to break, and thus can inhibit the synthesis rate of tumor cells and further inhibit the growth and proliferation of tumors.


Bactericidal detoxification effect

 Tea polyphenols can kill botulinum and spores, and inhibit the activity of bacterial exotoxin. It has antibacterial effect on various pathogenic bacteria that cause diarrhea, respiratory tract and skin infections. Tea polyphenols have a significant inhibitory effect on staphylococcus aureus and mutant bacilli that cause purulent infections, burns and trauma.


Alcoholic Hangover and Liver Protection Effect

Alcoholic liver damage is mainly caused by ethanol-induced free radical damage. Tea polyphenols, as free radical scavengers, have the effect of inhibiting alcoholic liver damage.


Detoxification Effect

Serious environmental pollution has obvious toxic effects on human health. Tea polyphenols have a strong adsorption effect on heavy metals, can form complexes with heavy metals and cause precipitation, which is beneficial to reduce the harmful effects of heavy metals on the human body. effect. In addition, tea polyphenols also have the effect of improving liver function and diuresis, and therefore have a better anti-solvent effect on alkaloid poisoning.


Improve the Body's Immunity

Tea polyphenols increase the total amount of human immunoglobulins and maintain them at high levels, stimulating changes in antibody activity, thereby improving the overall immune capacity of the human body, and can promote the body's own conditioning function.

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