Green Tea and iodine are known to activate lipid bio-catalysts while horsetail and marine extracts encourage local blood circulation and the elimination of waste products.
Green tea extract is naturally rich in antioxidants, which help protect the body from free radicals – naturally occurring particles in the body associated with accelerated aging and an increased risk of major diseases. Exposure to pollution, smoking, and excess sunlight increase the number of free radicals in the blood, but the potent antioxidants found in green tea add strong weight to the belief that green tea not only promotes good health but also makes you look younger. Clinical evidence suggests that green tea is packed with health and beauty benefits that you can enjoy whether drinking it or applying directly to your skin. Now, with research indicating that green tea has even more antioxidant properties than these powerful vitamins, there is a surge in products capitalizing on its natural benefits.
Green Tea Wrap helps to increase the skin’s normal rate of rejuvenation, which results in new skin cells moving the surface quicker. Although the body wrap makes no claims to diagnose or treat any health condition, those who are believers of homeopathic benefits might find the ingredients in our wraps interesting, to say the least. Among the key ingredients, you will find in the body wrap is an ingredient called Camellia Sinensis which is better known as Green Tea. Many of the ingredients in body wraps have been studied for years and are well known for various health benefits. If you can imagine the skin of a newborn baby, which is untouched by UVA or UVB rays and having no damage…this is what new skin cells moving to the surface of your skin will result in…new healthy and undamaged cells.