Natural Homemade Beauty Recipes Using Tea

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Natural Homemade Beauty Recipes Using Tea

Natural Homemade Not only is tea beneficial to drink, it’s also beneficial for your skin. I’m fighting the urge to say it’s “beau-tea”.

Here’s a few natural homemade beauty recipes to treat all kinds of skin issues, including minor cuts and scrapes, treat sunburns, refresh puffy and fatigued eyes, and soak tired feet, all using the power or tea!

First things first:

Brew 1/2 cup of unscented black or green tea (leaves or bags) in 1 quart of boiling water for at least 10 minutes. Strain the leaves and set aside. Cool the liquid and refrigerate. This solution will keep in the refrigerator for approximately 10 days.

For Minor Cuts & Scrapes:

* Apply the cold tea with a cotton ball onto minor cuts or abrasions. Leave the cotton pad on the affected area for at least 5 minutes. Repeat, and do not wash off. You can repeat up to four times a day.

For Sunburns:

* Apply a piece of cotton cloth that’s been soaked in the cold tea to the sunburned area. Leave on for about 15 minutes, or until the burned areas begins to cool. You can repeat this treatment up to four times a day.

For Puffy & Fatigued Eyes:

* Soak cotton balls in the cold tea and lay them on your eyes. Keep the pads on your lids for about 10 minutes. You can also refrigerate your used tea bags and lay them on your eyes.

]For Tired Feet:

* Soak your feet in the cold tea brew for about 15 minutes. This is a great way to treat your feet after a long day of standing, walking, or running. You can also try soaking your feet in a concentrated Peppermint Herbal tea brew for an aromatic soak.

For Your Face:

* Mix one teaspoon of fine cornmeal with cooled chamomile tea to form a gentle scrub. Let dry, then gently rub off. Not for sensitive skin.

* Make an exfoliating paste using chamomile tea and powdered milk. Rub on skin, let dry, and then rub off before washing.

* Rinse your face with tea. Tea acts as an astringent, so it works well on pimples. Do not wash off.

For Your Hair:

* In a small saucepan, warm (do not boil) 1/2 cup olive oil, 2 teaspoons fresh ground lavender, and the dry contents of 2 peppermint tea bags. Massage into scalp over damp hair. Cover hair with shower cap to keep heat in. Sit in the sun, if possible, for 20-25 minutes. Shampoo and rinse hair. Repeat this treatment once a month to nourish and strengthen hair.

* Use black tea as a hair rinse to darken hair and add shine.

* Use Chamomile herbal tea to bring out highlights in hair.

so Drink Tea each day ..............n also invite ur 4nds on tea so that u can also share wid them those tips .............

have Good Tea Time ...........
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