Your skin has an elaborate antioxidant system to help it survive stressors, one of
the biggest of which is UV sun exposure. Unfortunately, we know that chronic and
excessive UV exposure often overwhelms your skin's antioxidant capacity resulting
in premature aging, inflammation, and non-melanoma skin cancers. Topically applied
high-quality, high-concentration green tea polyphenol antioxidants help boost DNA
repair, which is a key step in preventing skin damage.
The trick is getting enough of the hefty amounts of the right green tea compounds.
Just adding "green tea" to a skin care product isn't good enough. You need high
concentrations of the right polyphenol antioxidants to reap the benefits. Dr. Bailey
Skin Care Green Tea Antioxidant Skin Therapy has the polyphenol antioxidant content
of 500 cups of green tea in the 1oz container - and it's the "right stuff". I've used
it in my dermatology practice for years and I've watched my patient's skin benefit.
It's also one of the few skin care products that I use every day and I never travel
In addition to green tea polyphenols, Dr. Bailey Skin Care Green Tea Antioxidant
Skin Therapy contains caffeine (shown to augment the anti-cancer effectiveness),
hyaluronic acid (to moisturize your skin), and resveratrol (the antioxidant that
gives red wine its health benefits).
This professional-strength green tea cream is a key component in most of the facial
skin care routines that I use to treat rosacea, facial dandruff (seborrheic dermatitis),
and sun damage. I also use it to help my patients successfully tolerate irritating
anti-aging skin care products like treatinoin (Retin A) and glycolic acid.