Skin Care Tea
Keeping you Hydrated and Young
A good skin care tea is an herbal infusion that helps you to stay cleansed, fresh and looking young.
Herbal teas may be taken internally and used externally to improve the health of your skin.
Your skin is the reflection of your overall health.
If you are sick, tired or just stressed, this may be reflected on your skin. Poor health may show itself in the tone of your skin, its moisture levels and even in signs of premature aging.
Drink plenty of tea to stay hydrated and choose herbal infusions that improve the health of your whole organism.
Keep healthy and drink good herbal teas
and your skin will shine!
The Best Skin Care Teas
For a fresher and healthier skin, there are plenty of herbal teas that can be taken both internally and externally to improve your overall health and the appearance of your skin.
Aloe vera tea – this herbal infusion is one of the best solutions for skin care issues such as bad sunburns, wounds, cuts, scratches and itches. It may even help to clear up bad acne. It can be used both to treat and clean your skin.
Chamomile tea – this famous calming herb helps to soothe your nerves and soothes your skin, too. It helps to treat and soften your skin when you suffer from accidental burns and bad sunburn.
Echinacea tea – a herbal skin care tea that strengthens the immune system may also improve the health of your skin by treating acne and skin infections. It may even soften your skin.
Ginger tea – this is a warming tea that may help you in many ways. Particularly, by improving blood circulation, it makes your skin look healthier and removing infections and inflammations.
Goldenseal tea – an herbal tea that aid in the treatment of skin problems that are caused by bacterial and viral infections like eczema or athlete’s foot. It can also help with rashes and wounds.
Lavender tea – a relaxing tea can do wonders for your skin, by treating blemishes and bruises. A good soak in a lavender tea bath will help repair skin tissue and calm your nerves, which a sure path to healthier skin.
Peppermint tea – Fresh and minty this is an infusion that will help you deal with such issues as bad body odor.
Rosemary tea – this is a herb mostly known for its seasoning qualities, but it also makes a great tea that can help you with hair and scalp health.
Thyme tea – an herbal infusion made from this herb may help your skin, healing infections caused by fungi and bacteria. This is a great skin care tea that may be used to treat all sorts of rashes and improve the health of your skin.
With such a wide selection of herbal teas that can improve your skin, you are bound to find one that is perfectly suited for you. Ideally, you may even mix and match teas to enhance benefits and flavor.
Other Skin Care Herbal Teas
Either taken internally to clear away an infection or virus, or used externally to clean and alleviate sore skin, you will find a wide range of teas to choose from for your skin care treatment.
For acne: calendula, oatstraw,
red clover, yellow dock.
For boils, rashes and infections:
milk thistle, slippery elm.
For eczema and psoriasis: cleavers, pau d’arco,
red clover, sarsaparilla, wild strawberry, yellow dock.
For scrapes, cuts, burns and bruises:
horsetail, slippery elm, wild strawberry, yarrow.
For moist, healthy and cleansed skin: calendula, cleavers,
horsetail, marshmallow, oatstraw,
red cloverred clover,
rosehips, white willow.
For scalp and hair treatment:
horsetail, juniper, lavender,
sage, white oak bark, yarrow.
Other Skin Care Suggestions
Dry skin, inflammation and even signs of premature aging can be prevented if you introduce into your daily routine a couple of skin care tips together with your daily cup of tea.
Here are a few suggestions that just may help you achieve the skin you want.
Keep hydrated and eat healthy! This is definitely the most important tip for you to remember. Drink plenty of liquids throughout the day to make sure your skin gets enough of the moisture it needs.
Clean your skin carefully and frequently. Acne and other skin ailments are the direct result of bacteria on your skin. If you feel like your skin is burning when you apply certain beauty products, then find milder and more natural ones instead.
When applying a tea topically make sure to try it on a small part of your skin to test for any possible allergic reactions before applying it on the rest of your body. Check with a dermatologist if you have a serious reaction to any herb.
Be carefully when treating bruises and cuts. Make sure to clean the wound properly and verify if your herbal infusion of choice may be applied to an open wound. Check with a doctor if the bleeding doesn’t stop, you may need a couple of stiches.
Poor skin condition may be a sign of other problems affecting your organism, such as stress, sleep deprivation or liver and stomach problems. Treating those problems will often make your skin fresh and young again.
Make the changes you need to your daily routine in order to incorporate some skin care steps. Replace one of your daily regular cups of tea with an herbal infusion that makes you shine!
Search for your perfect skin care tea today and keep your skin feeling healthy and hydrated. This is a great way to prevent signs of premature aging and decay.
Make these teas a part of your daily routine and enjoy a cup of tea that is healthy and flavorful.
Look your best and feel your best with the right cup of tea!
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