green tea body oil
(1 customer reviews)

All of Life's Edges
Green Tea Body Oil
100ml | Best for all skin types


Our organically crafted, cold-pressed Japanese Green Tea Body Oil is powerhouse of antioxidants such as catechins, gallates, and flavonoids, which protect the skin from UV rays and free radicals found in the environment. These aid in collagen regeneration and rejuvenation, decreasing wrinkles and fine lines while also improving skin resilience. A source of Vitamin E (Tocopherol), Vitamin B2 - Riboflavin, Polyphenol, Linoleic Acid (Omega-6) and Oleic Acid (Omega-9).



Green Tea Body Oil

(Camellia Japonica)

Best for: Dry, Balanced, Oily, Sensitive & Mature Skin
Origin: Japan
Source: Seed
Type: Carrier
Comedogenic Rating: 0
Oil Features

• Unrefined (Cold-Pressed)
• Organically Crafted

Odourless and Clear, Pale Yellow

Abundant in Polyphenols
High in Omega-9 Oleic Acid
Vitamins A, C, D and E

Our organically crafted Green Tea Body Oil is Cold-Pressed from the seeds of the flowering Camellia Japonica trees indigenous to Japan (known as “Tsubaki”), and a member of the tea family. The same species of plant is also grown in Korea, in similar climates, where the local name for it “Dongbaek”. Tsubaki or Dongbaek Oil has been a treasured beauty secret in far-eastern regions for its place in assisting its advocates to achieve an infamously flawless “porcelain” complexion.

Green Tea Body Oil is a very versatile oil that can be used on the face, hair, scalp and body. It is known for having a similar composition to sebum, the natural oil that is produced by our skin, deriving its remarkable ability to penetrate into the deepest layers of the Epidermis, delivering immense amounts of phytonutrients and hydration. Camellia Japonica Oil is a rich source of Oleic Acid (Omega-9), Polyphenols, Vitamins (A, C, D, and E), and other Anti-Oxidants giving it excellent moisturizing, protective and anti-aging properties for both skin and hair.

While the Camellia Japonica strain that we use is the most coveted of the Green Teas, other cosmetic manufacturers may use less expensive varieties like Camellia Sinensis (Chinese Green Tea), which is also known to share many of the wonderful restorative properties common to the Camellia family. Some varieties of the oil in the market may include tea leaves as well as the seeds in their extraction for a blended complexity profile. Interestingly, the Camellia Japonica is also the official state flower of Alabama and is known as the “Rose of Winter”! This amazing oil’s recent rise in popularity around the World is no surprise, really.

Cruelty-Free. Vegan. 100% Organic.

AOLE's oils including Green Tea Body Oil are 100% organic, natural, and cruelty-free. Made without synthetic ingredients, all our oils and oil blends contain no fillers and use only nature's most potent ingredients to achieve maximum results.
Sustainably sourced ingredients
Sustainable packaging
Clean beauty
Clean science

New to Body & Hair Oils?

Read our blog article on 5 Reasons Why You Should Use Hair & Body Oils.
Or visit our amazing oil glossary that's easy to filter to find any oil and learn everything about it!

Gently massage in an upward, circular motion into damp skin after a shower. For hair, rub oil between hands and then run over the mid-lengths to ends of your hair for conditioning and sheen.

Camellia Japonica (Green Tea) Seed Oil

Have your say!

5 out of 5 stars

1 review

Let us know what you think...

What others are saying..

  1. L. Tremblay

    30 years old Gastronomical Engineer from Salem, OR
    L. Tremblay
    Shade Depth: Very Fair Skin Type: Dry and Sensitive

    Green tea is so good for oily and sensitive skin.

    (0) (0)

    Something wrong with this post? Thanks for letting us know. If you can point us in the right direction...


Continue as a Guest

Don't have an account? Sign Up