Various types of teas offer distinct health benefits. Teas like chamomile and green tea are well-known for their calming effects, while black tea, when served iced, is a refreshing way to battle the midday slump.
Wasn’t it fun to think about how tea could enhance your beauty regimen? Here are a few ways that tea might benefit your health.
Relieve tired eyes
This is something we’ve all heard before, and I’ve even given it a shot. It was probably because I was too young to understand what sleepy eyes meant when I tried it once and spilled the tea all over my mom’s carpet that I tried it. Nice. Let’s get back to the topic at hand, which is tea. Adding tea to your morning routine can help lessen the appearance of swollen skin.
OUCH! So scorching, it’s as though the burn is soaking up energy from the sun itself. It’s preferable to cool it down with a cup of tea. Is your entire body tanned? Take a hot tea bath! Step into a tub of steaming hot water, add a few tea bags, and relax for a few minutes. Rub a tea bag on a sore place on your body (such as your shoulders or collar). Tannins aid in the removal of burnt skin tissue and promote wound healing.
Tone and moisturize skin
One way to keep your skin moisturised is to drink the tea, but there’s more to it! As an astringent, we’ll use green tea. Let your green tea cool before drinking (make it once and use it for the week). A cotton ball can be dipped into the cup and rubbed around your face. The tea will block the pores and prevent debris from getting into the ski
Enhance hair color
It’s a great option if you’re looking to just enhance your natural hair colour. Black tea is best for a burnette, chamomile or green tea for a blonde and rooibos for a redhead. Let your tea cool, then pour it over your hair in the shower after conditioner after you’ve brewed 3-4 bags of tea. You might even use a spray bottle if you happen to have one on hand.
Reduce razor burn
Tea’s anti-inflammatory properties make it an excellent choice for soothing sensitive skin. Let it soak in warm water, then rub the affected region with a heated bag.
Interested in a tea-based item? Try Paul Mitchell’s Tea Tree Shampoo and Conditioner for a refreshing change.
Let me know what you think. Are you considering including tea into your beauty regimen? Is this a good fit for you? Using green tea as an astringent might be interesting.