All types of tea come from the same plant - Camelia Sinensis an evergreen tree that grows in the plains of high altitude, hot and humid climates. The separate types – or colours - of tea are determined by the geographical origin of the plant, the part of the tea leaf used, and the fermentation process applied to it.Teaology’s various formulas contain infusions and extracts from five types of tea each selected according to the particular needs of the skin.Originating from Chinese plantations, this precious tea is derived only from the buds and the most tender leaves of the plant, which contain the greatest amount of antioxidant catechins - EGCG (Epigallocatechin Gallate).

From the plantations of East Asia, green tea is rich in Vitamins B and C. Two cups contain more Vitamin C than seven oranges! It also contains minerals, amino acids and antioxidant polyphenols.
Originating from plantations in South Asia (Sri Lanka, Ceylon, India), Black Tea is rich in caffeine, theobromine and theaflavins, compounds which have stimulant, antibacterial, lipo-reducing & anti-inflammatory actions.
Grown in the mineral-rich soil of Chinese plantations only three times a year: winter, spring and fall, this Oolong tea combines the antioxidant power of green tea with the energizing properties of black tea.
Matcha is a Japanese green tea that grows in the shade. Once harvested, it is ground into a powder in order to preserve its organoleptic and antioxidant properties.