Out of Stock until June 15th.Green Tea Extract:The benefits of Green Tea are well known from an ingestion standpoint. Green Tea has natural antioxidants (called catechins) that help fight damage caused by free radicals. Animal studies have showed protection from skin cancer. Both animal and human studies have demonstrated that topical green tea formulations reduce sun damage. Very preliminary studies show that green tea topically may inhibit enzymes whose excessive activity contributes to age-related degradation of the skin matrix. This oil based formula will work well in soaps, lotions, and body butters. Use up to 6% in skin and hair care. This product is lip safe at a usage rate of .5-3%.
Ingredients: Botanical Name: Capric Triglycerides, Camellia Sinesnsis Leaf ExtractCommon Name: Fractionated Coconut Oil, Camilla Leaf Extract
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Karen! You can use up to 6% Green Tea Extract in hair and skincare products, like your toner. For the strongest 6% usage rate in your 8 ounces of toner you would use .48 oz Green Tea Extract. I will email you personally to discuss this further.
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