Green tea - due to the high content of polyphenols, has an antioxidant effect. Thanks to this, it supports protection against the negative influence of external factors. It is also rich in catechins, which have an anti-inflammatory effect, so the hydrolate can be used for the care of acne-prone, irritated and sensitive skin. It works well in the care of mature skin as well as skin with the first signs of aging. White tea - due to its anti-aging properties, white tea is often called the "elixir of youth". Compared to green tea, white tea has much more antioxidant compounds, including vitamin C, which makes the white tea extract have a strong antioxidant effect, i.e. delaying the effects of aging. Helps repair sun damage by moisturizing and illuminating the skin. It has a refreshing and firming effect. White tea is also an inhibitor of elastase - an enzyme that destroys elastin in the skin. In addition, it contains polyphenols that protect the body against free radicals.