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These ingredients all scored well for Skin Health (Psoriasis, Eczema, etc.). Learn more
Green Tea (Cold Brewed)
Ingredient Score for Skin Health (Psoriasis, Eczema, etc.):
Human: Green Tea reduces DNA damage in heavy smokers. It is associated with lower DNA damage and increased DNA repair activity. Green Tea results in cell change improvements in elastic tissue content in photo aged skin. It effectively improved skin conditions and the improvement of skin elasticity.
Animal: Green Tea has a protective effect on aging rats. It may beneficially modify the life span of animals. Green tea polyphenols potentiate dietary restriction induced lifespan extension.
In Vitro: It contributes to skin rejuvenation.
Human: It has an excellent antioxidative and anti-collagenase activity as well as a significant effect on anti-wrinkle activity on human skin.
In Vitro: It has an inhibitory effect on tyrosinase activity and ultraviolet induced pigmentation. It has a relatively high cellular antioxidant activity. It exhibits protective properties against the adverse effects of UVB radiation. It inhibits UVB mediated oxidative stress and photoaging in skin cells. It has a protective effect against UVA and UVB induced cell damage.
Human: It improves skin aging. It has a potential antioxidant effect and may reduce the elevated levels of oxidative stress.
In Vitro: Tomato contains lycopene, which has radioprotective properties against UBA radiation. It can decelerate skin aging.
In Vitro: Kiwi may have a therapeutic role in skin diseases associated with reduced cell proliferation, energy production and collagen synthesis of human skin cells. Kiwi protects against oxidative DNA damage in human cells.