Beautiful with Green Tea

Green Tea

Due to green tea’s amazing healing abilities it is also been known to be used for skin, hair and dental care. It is used in making face masks, creams, lotions, hair conditioners and even make-up.

Due to the diuretic effect of the plant it helps to remove excess moisture from the body, if you brew it you can use the tea bags to reduce swelling under your eyes or any other problem areas.
The researchers recommend the use of green tea for face and body care. It has excellent moisturizing properties because of polyphenols contained in the makeup of the plant (Green tea comes from a plant called Camellia Sinensis).

Dermatologists say that it can act as an amazing anti-inflammatory tool because of its antioxidant qualities. If you regularly wipe your face with green tea it can help to slow the aging of the skin and eliminate the damage caused by sun exposure.

Drinking tea can instantly help to eliminate bad breath, eliminate the inflammation of the gums and help prevent plaque formation on the teeth.

Probably the most beneficial beauty secret of green tea is benefit to hair beauty and strength. Green tea can stimulate the growth of hair, it also can prevent baldness, dandruff, reduce inflammation of the scalp and reduce or even eliminate symptoms of psoriasis. Using hair products that contain green tea will help strengthen your hair, protect it from harmful UV rays and help prevent split ends.

Due to its anti-inflammatory effects, green tea has the the ability to cleanse the body of toxins and regulate hormonal balance. Green tea is also very good for acne. Its regular use allows you to clear the skin from rashes and prevent acne.

In addition to unique properties of this plant to help get rid of toxins, clear you skin, reduce swelling and even eliminate bad breath it can also be used as an antidepressant. Therefore, experts recommend to drink green tea to everyone but in moderation.

When choosing to drink green tea please remember that it contains caffeine and people with caffeine sensitivities might experience some negative effects.


*Individual results will vary.
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