How Green Tea Seed Oil and Jojoba Oil Affect Aging Skin

Green Tea Oil

Green Tea Oil is a rich source of omega 3,6 and 9 fatty acids. plus Vitamin E and polyphenols, making it a strong emollient.

Green Tea Oil is a superb antioxidant, due to its unique EGCG’s which protect the skin from free radical damage, reducing aging of the skin.

Laboratory skin analysis of women treated with Green Tea Oil showed a significant improvement in their elastic tissue content, after 8 weeks of external and internal use.

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Jojoba Oil / Butter / Wax

Out of over 350,000 plant species, jojoba seeds are the only ones which produce a wax-like substance, when pressed, not an oil.
This ‘liquid wax’ is almost identical to the oil which our skin produces, so it keeps skin plump, hydrated and supple.
Jojoba ‘Oil’s’ close resemblance to our own natural oils, causes it to be readily absorbed. It penetrates deeply into the pores of the skin, promoting a glowing skin, and a youthful tone.

Jojoba contains Alpha, delta, and gamma forms of Vitamin E, which counteract free radicals, and heal damaged skin.

Jojoba is rich in Omega 9 (Oleic acid), which boosts the lipid (oil) content of the skin, and repairs the skin’s barrier function. This helps protect delicate, aging skin.

Omega 9 in improves moisture levels, and helps the skin retain its own moisture, leading to improved softness, hydration, and elasticity.

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