The leaves form the Camellia Sinensis plant contains catechins, an antioxidant found in tea. The White Tea plant, from which White Tea extract is derived, has the highest catechin content in its leaves and, therefore, has the highest antioxidant value. White Tea also has anti-ageing properties, as it protects your skin from sun damage, and stimulates collagen and elastin processes which reduce wrinkles and promote firm skin. White Tea also has anti-inflammatory characteristics and is effective at eliminating redness and inflammation caused by skin diseases like eczema, rosacea, and psoriasis. White Tea is often found in products like cleansers, creams, or lotions.