Green tea may really work on skin
Researchers from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland reviewed data on the potential healing and protective effects of green tea, both as a beverage and a compound applied to the skin. Because most studies have focused on green tea's effect on skin inflammation and skin cancer in mice, the Cleveland team followed those up with its own limited study on human skin. Green tea does show great promise in the prevention and treatment of various skin conditions, the study states.
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