Best Natural Green Tea Moisturizer Review
Green tea has long been known to be a powerful antioxidant that can fight free radicals and prevent or delay aging. Still, I was surprised to read in Wikipedia that green tea extract has twice more antioxidant properties than vitamin C!
Now, I am not giving you any ideas to give up on your precious vitamin C serum. Also, even though green tea is a potent antioxidamt, there is usually no information about the percentage of green tea included in green tea creams or moisturizers.
For a higher amount of green tea in your moisturizer, you can check whether it appears on the top of the ingredients’ list or, of course, contact the manufacturer for more details.
Here, I have selected to review some of the best green tea moisturizers that contain not only green tea but other skin beneficial natural and organic components. After carefully checking on the ingredients and good reputation of the brands, here are some good quality products with great users´ reviews.
OZ Naturals Sea Infused Herbal Moisturizer
The OZ Naturals Facial Moisturizer contains Japanese Green Tea Leaf Extract as one of its first ingredients as well as wildcrafted green tea.
It also has a number of great ingredients such as organic sulfur, Vitamin C, Algae Keratin extract, vitamin E as well as rosehip seed oil, organic herbal infusion and others.
It comes in 4 ounces. It is 97.2% natural, 72% organic and free of fragrance. The company recommends it for all types of skin as a daily face moisturizer but also as an after sun restorative treatment.
Just remember that if you use it as a day moisturizer and although it contains vitamin C, you will also need a sunscreen for full protection.
Users like that it doesn’t irritate sensitive skin and that it brightens and softens the skin. It absorbs quickly and does not leave any greasy residue behind.
Several users have also reviewed that their skin feels tighter with less visible wrinkles.
Users with oily or combination skin say it is perfect for their type of skin but people who have combination skin with dry areas claim that the product is not moisturizing enough if you are dealing with dry skin.
Some users have also mentioned that its consistency is runny rather than creamy.
Radha Beauty Retinol Moisturizer Cream For Face
The key ingredients of Radha Beauty Retinol Moisturizer are 2.5% Retinol, hyaluronic acid, vitamin E and green tea. Some of its components are organic.
It comes in a 1.7 ounce pump bottle and is free of harmful fillers, dyes, fragrances and parabens.
I have been using this product for long and I have not had any issues with it. On the contrary, this is an effective anti aging moisturizer that goes on smooth and leaves the skin rejuvenated and more clear since retinol has light exfoliating properties.
Users find that a little goes a long way making it extremely cost effective. They like that it is lightweight and does not leave behind any greasy residue.
It doesn not cause breakouts and results in softer and smoother skin while at the same time reducing wrinkles and fine lines.
Amara Organics Retinol Cream
Amara Organics Retinol Cream contains wildcrafted green tea which almost appears in the end of the ingredients’ list.
Also, 2.5% Retinol as well as hyaluronic acid, vitamins E and B5, aloe vera, jojoba oil and more. It comes in a 1.7 ounce container.
The company’s claims include erasing fine lines and wrinkles, stimulating collagen, fading discoloration, brown spots and acne scars, improving skin texture and tone as well as unclogging pores for a more clear complexion.
Users say that it helps reduce fine lines and wrinkles while leaving their face feeling soft and dewy. It also improves their skin tone and texture. It is lightweight, has a natural scent and absorbs into the skin easily.
Foxbrim Delicate Retinol Moisturizer
If you want to combine Retinol with Green Tea, then the Foxbrim Retinol Moisturizer is a good option.
It contains 1% Retinol, vitamin E and Panthenol as well as green tea, jojoba oil, propolis, aloe vera, shea butter and more.
It comes in a 1.7 ounce airless pump bottle and is suitable for both men and women as well as all types of skin.
If you want to use this product during the day, you should also use a face sunscreen since retinol moisturizers can trigger sun sensitivity.
Users like that it absorbs easily into the skin leaving behind no residue. It is lightweight and does not irritate the skin. It boosts hydration, firms the skin and reduces fine lines and wrinkles.
Andre Lorent Crazy Beautiful Face Creme
Andre Lorent anti aging face cream combines green tea with some anti aging peptides including Matrixyl and Argireline as well as hyaluronic acid and vitamins C and E.
The green tea appears in the beginning of the list. This face cream is paraben free and contains no fillers, SLS, artificial fragrances or petrochemical derivatives.
Users review that it does a great job at reducing fine lines and wrinkles. It also improves the skin texture and leaves the complexion feeling softer and looking brighter.
Finally, it absorbs extremely well and is lightweight and non greasy with a neutral scent.
InstaNatural Age Defying Moisturizer
InstaNatural Age Defying Moisturizer contains natural and organic ingredients. It comes in a 3.4 ounce container and is suitable for face and body care.
Apart from green tea, it contains Vitamin C and B5, cocoa butter, cucumber distillate, MSM, rosehip oil, hyaluronic acid and aloe vera.
It is free of alcohol, parabens as well as sulfates.
People like that it is easy to apply without leaving behind any oily or sticky residue and that it doesn’t cause any irritation.
They feel that their skin becomes more clear, bright and soft, and say that this green tea moisturizer does really help reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
RSVP Hydrating Green Tea Moisturizer
RSVP Hydrating Green Tea Moisturizer is a natural moisturizer for men.
It comes in a 3.4 ounce tube and is free of common skincare irritating ingredients.
It contains both green tea and black tea as well as other skin healthy components such as Aloe Vera, citrus fruit extracts, Shea butter, Sunflower oil, Jojoba seed oil, Pumpkin seed extract, Cucumber and more.
Men like that this moisturizer hydrates their skin and reduces wrinkles while leaving their face feeling smooth and soft.
It also goes on smoothly, absorbs into the skin quickly and does not feel greasy.
Proactiv Green Tea Moisturizer
Proactiv is used to help fight acne and this Proactiv Green Tea Moisturizer is recommended for daily use to relieve skin dryness.
It comes in a 3 ounce container and is non-comedogenic (doesn’t clog pores.) It contains hydrating ingredients, emollients and minerals.
Users like that it goes on well and absorbs into their skin easily and quickly. It has a light pleasant scent and leaves behind no greasy sensation. They also feel that it leaves their skin feeling soft and smooth while helping control acne.
Nevertheless, few users were not satisfied enough with the amount of hydration it provided to very dry types of skin.
Alba Botanica Hawaiian Oil Free Moisturizer
Alba Botanica Hawaiian oil free moisturizer comes in a 3 ounce container.
It contains aloe vera, green tea and some other organic and skin healthy ingredients such as antioxidant vitamin E, hyaluronic acid, panthenol and allantoin.
A type of silicone it contains is Dimethicone. Silicones are said to cause dryness and clogging of the pores.
The company claims that this green tea product balances pH levels in the skin, it is hypoallergenic and gentle for all skin types.
Users like the fact that it is oil free and absorbs well into their skin. It has a mild scent and doesn’t seem to irritate the skin. According to some people, it is good for acne prone skin,too. Finally, it hydrates the skin, leaving it looking fresh and dewy.
In conclusion, green tea is an effective antioxidant skin care ingredient but it needs to be combined with other active ingredients to boost its anti aging effect.
In this review, you have found some of the best natural green tea moisturizers which include some good anti aging components such as retinol, vitamins and peptides.