We strongly believe that beauty starts from within. If you want to look good, you need to feel good! That means eating healthy and leading a well-balanced lifestyle.
Keep your skin healthy and flawless by sipping on any one of the following amazing teas. They all have their own individual benefits and work in their own ways!
If you’ve got oily skin or if you’re prone to acne, this one’s for you! Peppermint tea is widely known to be helpful for an upset stomach, but did you know that it works wonders on your skin too? The menthol in the tea slows down oil production and encourages cell growth, which means it’ll help get rid of dead skin cells and your skin will remain glowing!
Apparently, this tea can also boost oestrogen levels in your body, which may help combat acne.
Dandelions aren’t just cute little flowers you see sprouting up by the roadside. This herbal tea is amazing for your skin and internal organs as it is full of antioxidants and other properties that can help your skin stay fresh and youthful. It also helps with digestion issues, which in turn affects your skin.
When you don’t get quality sleep, you’ll see the effects on your skin. Chamomile tea has relaxing properties that promote deep sleep which is critical for your body to function well. It also contains quercetin, which protects your skin from sun damage.
If you have dark circles or puffy eyes, you can even try to steep some chamomile tea bags in warm water for 2 minutes before placing the warm teabags over your eyes. It’ll help to calm puffiness and make you look more refreshed. Love home remedies? We’ve got more DIY ways to get rid of dark circles and puffy eyes!
This traditional Chinese tea has benefits from both black and green teas. It has a rather strong taste which is unique and might not suit all tastebuds, however, it’s full of beauty and health benefits. It can reduce dark spots and apparently even helps combat sun damage! It’s definitely worth a shot.
Rooibos tea has been used for centuries in South Africa to treat an array of skin conditions. It’s thought that rooibos has properties that can help to calm eczema symptoms and acne. This tea is also known to fight signs of ageing as it neutralizes free radicals and toxins in your body and slows down the appearance of wrinkles.
Ginger tea is filled with anti-inflammatory properties, it’ll help with your digestion as well as skin. When your digestive system isn’t in tip-top condition, your skin will suffer too, which is when you’ll experience certain skin irritations.
This plain looking ingredient is so affordable and packed full of goodness! Intrigued? We’ve got 4 more mind-blowing beauty benefits of ginger.
Last but not least, we have green tea! This probably comes as no surprise to you. We all know that drinking green tea regularly aids in weight loss and keeps your cholesterol in check. But amongst all the health benefits, did you know that green tea is great for your skin too?
Besides drinking green tea, you should also incorporate it directly into your beauty routine. Here are some amazingly affordable beauty DIYs using green tea.
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