Packed with everything from antioxidants to vitamins to amino acids, Matcha offers a range of nutrients that are not only good for our health but also beneficial for our skin. Hence, it comes as no surprise that Matcha for cosmetics is rapidly becoming the go-to trending ingredient for cosmetics, making significant inroads in the beauty industry.

Lemon, ginger and matcha powder on a table

Matcha is only available as a drink? That’s not true. Due to its abundant health benefits, Matcha has become an indispensable ingredient in the realm of cosmetics.

Matcha is green tea ground in stone mills. As a result, consuming Matcha means absorbing all the nutrients it contains—from vitamins and antioxidants to amino acids. This comprehensive nutrient profile makes Matcha an excellent choice for skincare and beauty products.



Everything included from A to Z

Rich in everything from antioxidants to zinc, this green powder is a treasure trove of nutrients beneficial to the human body, particularly when ingested regularly. Indeed, few natural foods can boast such an array of beneficial ingredients. With its vivid color and exceptional nutritional profile, Matcha is an ideal candidate for your next cosmetic innovation.

Matcha constituents
Matcha for cosmetics


Suitable for sensitivity

One standout feature of Matcha is its high chlorophyll content, evident from its vibrant green hue. Chlorophyll not only detoxifies but also has wound-healing properties. Additionally, the amino acid L-theanine, a result of the tea’s prolonged shading, offers calming effects, particularly beneficial for a sensitive and dry complexion.

Incorporate the natural synergy of ingredients in Matcha into your cosmetic products. While it may not revolutionize the world, it’s poised to make a significant impact on the beauty industry.


For skin and hair

Antioxidants bind free radicals in the body and thus serve to protect cells. The antioxidants found in Matcha prevent free radicals from penetrating and damaging the skin cell membrane. Therefore, matcha can have a proactive effect on the skin’s external appearance.

ORAC values of superfoods
Matcha for cosmetics


No limits with Matcha

What’s more, the versatility of Matcha is not restricted to just decorative cosmetics; it is equally effective in skincare products. Thanks to its powdered form, Matcha is exceptionally easy to incorporate into various product types. Importantly, our Matcha meets all the necessary quality standards, making it a viable addition to cosmetics and related applications.

Lastly, the exceptional quality of our products is confirmed through multiple certifications. To learn more, you can delve into our quality certificates, thereby providing you with the assurance that your next cosmetic product can be effectively elevated with Matcha’s premium ingredients.