I have heard, albeit anecdotally, that green tea reduces the secretion of oil on the skin. To be honest, I have no idea if this is a scientific fact or just a random statement with no backing. Green tea is usually touted as having a lot of positive effects, so it is easy to keep adding to the list.virginialuther12 wrote: Can green tea really help control the overactive generation of sebum on the skin? I have never drank green tea in my life and I simply need to ask the individuals who cherish drinking it on the off chance that it really helps in controlling the generation of oil on the face. In the event that it works, I would truly love to take a stab at drinking green tea. Slick skin should be overseen and I've heard that green tea is really successful in chopping down the slickness. Is there any reality to this?
Much obliged to you ahead of time for every one of your answers.
The only benefit I can personally attest to - and once again, this is just me - is that I have found a cup of green tea to really soothe my stomach. I almost always have a 6 oz cup after a heavy meal and it does wonders for me. Cannot tell if that is the norm, and I personally shy away from promoting the health benefits of green tea on my website because I have not invested the money to do the research. Though factually, fresh green tea is abundant in antioxidants which are known to be beneficial.
I'd be curious to hear other opinions on this matter.