tr?id=1536307803095142&ev=PageView&noscript=1 How Does Green Tea Benefit Hair and Skin Health?
How Does Green Tea Benefit Hair and Skin Health?

How Does Green Tea Benefit Hair and Skin Health?

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Green tea and hair – how do the two relate to each other? For those who are looking for a way to improve the look and feel of their hair, this natural tea – one that is often touted as being good for you to drink – could be a part of your hair regimen as well. With a bit of an update to your hair regimen, you may find that this good health beverage may be able to add a few more benefits to your hair than you thought. Make sure you’re healthy enough to drink green tea (it does have a significant amount of caffeine in it). If so, consider these tips.

The Antioxidant Powerhouse

One of the key reasons to use green tea for any reason is because it is a powerful antioxidant-rich drink. Antioxidants are components of some foods that are able to flush away the toxins that build up in cells. Antioxidants can help to remove the toxins that block follicles and keep hair cells from forming and functioning at their best.

Epigallocatechin gallate, or EGCG, is the most important antioxidant found in green tea. It has the ability to provide a significant amount of cleansing to your cells. That can lead to numerous health benefits to your hair. More so, those green tea antioxidants are also working to help protect your skin from environmental damage such as UV rays and pollution. It can help to block the skin’s cells from receiving too much toxin from environmental stressors and works to flush them away.

What About the Hair Connection

Using green tea on your hair can offer a few benefits. There are some products on the market that contain green tea in them. You will find some natural shampoos and conditioners are a good starting point. You can also use pure green tea – that you brew yourself – as a part of the rinsing of your hair after you shower. Another option is to use a green tea extract. You can add a few drops of this to your hair after you have washed it to get some of the benefits from it.

If you are using a product that is pre-purchased with green tea in it, aim for something that is all natural if possible. Make sure it is paraben-free as well. This helps ensure you are not adding toxins to your hair that could defeat the benefits of green tea.

Green tea can also help to reduce the onset of androgenetic alopecia. If you have hair loss or thinning, using an extract can help you to see a number of benefits to your hair.

Green Tea and Your Skin

Green tea is also good for your skin. In that way, it benefits the hair follicles and the scalp as well. Green tea has a number of benefits to the skin, including:

  • Helping to reduce the presence of oily skin, removing excess sebum from the skin that often clogs hair follicles and makes it easy for bacteria to grow. It does not just rinse them away but works to reduce sebum secretion by the skin, stopping the problem at its source.
  • Green tea can also help to reduce acne and keloids. If you have had problems with these in the past, green tea extract can be an excellent solution.
  • Green tea also works to reduce atopic dermatitis, rosacea, and warts. All of that helps to improve your skin health, too.
  • Some studies also link green tea drinking to helping to keep the skin looking young. It may help to minimize the damage to your skin from the sun and provide a moisturizing effect at the same time.

When it comes to keeping your skin looking healthy and happy, drink some green tea. Skip the formulas with sugar in them or processed chemicals. Look for loose leaf green tea, whenever possible, to ensure you are getting the best results possible. You will love the look and feel of your skin and your hair when you invest in this simply upgrade.

Remember, you can also add a few drops of green tea extract to your daily hair washing to get some of these same benefits.

 

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