Here's The Tea: Sip Your Way to Clear Skin

Aisha Nicole Skincare Tips

Natural skincare products are a fabulous way to get clear glowing skin, and taking care of your skin from the inside out is equally as important. Explore the best anti-blemish teas to add as part of your morning routine and get beautiful skin all year long.

Teas for Clear Skin

1. Chamomile tea

Your beauty sleep is vital for glowing skin, which is why chamomile just may be the most popular tea for skin. It’s obvious when we don’t get enough sleep. If you want to get rid of those raccoon eyes put some chamomile tea bags on your eyes to calm and de-puff the tired look.

2. Jasmine tea

 This fragrant tea has antiviral and antibacterial properties to keep your immune system healthy. It can also prevent the signs of aging and helps those who suffer from eczema and acne by reducing oil production and balancing hormones.

3. Rooibos

Originates from South Africa this “red tea” is used to treat a variety of skin conditions. It contains flavonoids that keeps eczema and acne flare-ups at bay.

4. Black tea

High in caffeine and packed with antioxidants, black tea fights free radicals in the body and slows the signs of aging. Its anti-inflammatory properties help prevent colds and viruses that negatively affect our skin.

5. Dandelion tea

Those weeds are actually good for you!  They’re full of antioxidants and immune enhancing properties that help your skin stay young and fresh. It can also aid digestion, which affects the appearance of skin.

6. Ginger tea

When your digestive track is not functioning at its best your skin also suffers. Ginger has strong anti-inflammatory power to help your digestion and your skin. A warm ginger drink also helps prevent colds, which can weaken our immune systems and affect our skin.

7. Spearmint Tea

According to a study just drinking two cups of organic spearmint tea daily reduces inflammatory acne lesions by 25% percent after one month and by 51% after three months. So before you decide to take that prescription remedy try spearmint tea first. You’ll notice brighter skin, far fewer breakouts, and reduced redness. Yay!

8. White tea

Who would have known that white tea has even more antioxidants than green tea and has the highest catechin content! That’s because white tea is the least processed of all teas. It also has great antibacterial properties that can fight several types of skin conditions.

9. Oolong tea

This tea has the same benefits of black and green teas. It can improve the color of your skin; helps get rid of dark spots, fight sun and smoking damage. So what are you waiting for? Drink up!

10. Kombucha

Great for detoxifying the skin! It contains plenty of antioxidants and probiotics which help to reduce fine lines and improve skin elasticity. It’s a great natural remedy for sunburns too! Some even use it as a toner.

11. Matcha

Originating from Japan this drink is chock-full of antioxidants; including epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) designed to counteract the sebum oxidation that occurs before acne starts to develop.

Did you know that matcha has 137 times more antioxidants than plain old green tea? It’s also great for detoxifying the skin, contains chlorophyll, and catechins to help fight bacterial infections.

12. Turmeric Tea

Known for its; anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antioxidant, and antifungal properties. Why not try this DIY drink? Simply add one teaspoon to hot water to drink as tea for acne-healing benefits.

Credit: Pure Fiji https://www.purefiji.com/blog/hot-drinks-clear-skin/

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