September 11, 2015

8 Tips To Apply Green Tea On Your Face

Drinking green tea benefits not only for our health but also for our skin. You need to think twice before to discard the used green tea bags because this little packed tea bags works wonder for your skin. Applying green tea on your face keeps your face out of acne. It has antioxidants that helps your skin appear brighter and flawless. 
There are so many best ways to apply green tea on your face. Below some following ways are mentioned that you can apply any of them:

1. Drinking green tea regularly works more better:
  • Remove the teabag after each cup and cut it open.
  • Empty the content into a small bowl.
  • Make it a paste by adding a little honey into it.
  • Before to apply this paste you need to make sure that your face is clean.
  • Leave it on for 15 minutes and then rinse it off.
2. Splash green tea on the face: 
  • Prepare hot green tea and let it cool for a while.
  • Then pour some tea from the mug into your hand.
  • Splash it all over your face repeatedly until the tea is no more.
  • Then rinse your face with cool water.
3. Instant facial with green tea: This process is for if you are about to go somewhere occasionally and need to look nice and fresh-faced but don't have the time for a full facial.
  • Take a green teabag
  • Run it over super hot water (enough to make it steamy)
  • Squeeze out some of the water (but not all of it).
  • Rub the teabag all over your face (until the teabag has cooled off and isn't steamy anymore).
4. Facial cleanser with green tea: While heading to your job in the morning and want to work with a glowing face all through the day, you can apply this facial cleanser tip with your green tea early in the morning.
  • Run a green teabag over super hot water.
  • Cut it open and empty its content into a small cup.
  • Add 2 tablespoon of a cream cleanser into the cup.
  • Mix it well which needs to be looked like thick white cream with lots of green flecks in it.
  • Apply it all over your face and let it leave for couple of minutes
  • Rinse it off.
5. Yogurt facial with green tea: 
  • Steep a green teabag in boiling water for a while and remove the teabag.
  • Cool slightly, enough to not burn your face.
  • Open the teabag and press leaves onto your skin.
  • There will be clumping, so don't rub too hard.
  • Avoid getting too close under the eyes.
  • Use a full fat plain yogurt.
  • Apply yogurt onto face with the tea leaves still on.
  • Make a facial paste on your face and distribute evenly.
  • Leave on another five to ten minutes.
  • Gently remove with a lukewarm washcloth.
  • Your skin would feel soothed and fresh.
  • Finish by pouring the remaining tea into a sterile fine mist spray bottle.
  • Mist your face, neck and chest.
6.  Steam facial with green tea: 
  • Boil some water and then pour it into a large bowl.
  • Take a green teabag.
  • cut it open & empty the content into the hot water.
  • Take a towel and place it over your head.
  • Then bend over the bowl.
  • Make sure your face isn't very close to the water, but close enough to feel the steam.
  • Stay under for only five minutes.
7. Rosewater with green tea: Because of the caffeine it makes you look more awake and fresh.
  • If you can then make rosewater at home or get it from the market.
  • Then heat it and don't let it cool, while it's still boiling pour it into a bowl with a bag of green tea into it.
  • Leave the teabag there for couple of minutes and then throw it out.
  • Let the mixture cool.
  • Pour it into a spray bottle and store the bottle in the fridge.
  • Use it as a toner at night to tighten your skin, or
  • Use it in the morning to brighten your skin and under eye area.
8. Green tea toner: 
  • Make a pot of green tea.
  • Let it fully infuse.
  • Pour the cooled green tea into a sterilized container with a lid.
  • Dip a cotton ball into the green tea.
  • Rub it all over your face twice a day to add moisture and unclog pores.
  • Keep it until it runs out.
  • Store in a cool and dark place.
Green tea contains polyphenol antioxidants - It helps fight inflammation and age-accelerating free radicals to protect against heart disease and cancer, boost the body’s natural defenses, and exert anti-viral and anti-bacterial effects. Apart the benefits, there are also some popular myths about tea that needs to be understood its actual effect on our health.

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