Updated: Feb 10, 2020
Tea is actually a very good ingredient to add to your skin care regimen because it's loaded with antioxidants and also has antibacterial, as well as anti-inflammatory properties.
Spray it: Tea makes a awesome toner. Brew chamomile tea and pour it into a spray bottle with 50% witch hazel. This is totally refreshing.
Dab it: The tannins in tea can help reduce puffiness, as well as get rid of underage circles. SImply soak a cotton pad with tea and place on your eye lids for 15-20 minutes as you relax.
Steam it: Add herbs, tea and botanicals to a bowl and pour a few cups of hot water over the herbs. (enough water to cover) , place your face over the bowl for 5-10 minutes. Allow your pores to naturally soak in all of the benefits and antioxidants that will hydrate your skin and give it a healthy glow.
Soothe Sunburn:It is the presence of tannic acid in tea that helps your skin get rid of sunburn and blemishes. You will need to brew some tea in a pan. Once the water has cooled down, dip a towel into the tea and place it on the affected area for up to 30 minutes. You can, in fact, apply tea bags directly on your face to reduce redness.
Soak up extra oil: Jasmine tea comes packed with lot of oils that are beneficial for the skin. It has anti-microbial properties and is great for soaking up the excess oil. Brew some jasmine tea, let it cool and apply to acne-prone, oily skin. It combats with pimple-causing bacteria and further helps maintain skin's pH level.
Facial Cleanser: White tea, which is a less processed tea, has more antioxidants than green tea may have. It helps purify and enrich the skin; thanks to the nutrients it contains. Brew some white tea and separate the leaves from the actual brew. Now, blend the damp tea leaves in a blender in order to create a thick paste. Let the paste cool; apply the mask and see you skin glowing!
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