Actually it's any tea. All teas are made from various preparations and harvests of the camellia sinensis leaf. So, it could be any type of tea depending on how the leaf was prepared and when it was harvested, i.e. green, white, black, Darjeeling, Ceylon, Assam, etc.
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Water, Glycerin, Sodium Metabisulfite, Glycine, Larix Europaea Wood Extract, Zinc Chloride, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract. Acts as a hair growth galvanizer. It is a preservative-free, biotechnology active cosmetic ingredient resulted from a patented green chemistry process (organic solvent free glycosylation) which enables the synthesis of DHQG and EGCG2, the stable and soluble derivatives of dihydroquercetin and EGCG. Its unique mode of action (ORSc stem cells activation, stimulation of the HFDPc papilla dermal fibroblasts, reduction of inflammation) ends up in a fast and sustainable production of new healthy hair. It is also suggested as an anti-aging agent active to prevent signs of aging such as wrinkles, fine lines, loss of radiance, ECM degradation, dark circles and sagging. Used to formulate anti-hair loss treatment, hair lotion, hair serum, anti-aging hair serum, eyelash growth serum, active mascara and eyebrow enhancers.
Accumulating evidence suggests that green tea polyphenols confer protective effects on the skin against ultraviolet (UV) irradiation-induced acceleration of skin aging, involving antimelanogenic, antiwrinkle, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory effects as well as prevention of immunosuppression.