5 Skin Treats with Green Matcha Tea

I’m about to reveal that one magical ingredient that will take care of your skin and health at the same time – Make way for Matcha Green Tea!

A popular beauty elixir among the Japanese women, this power packed tea has tonnes of benefits. It’s said to be 10 times more concentrated than regular green tea. Yes that’s right! Can you imagine the extent of it’s effectiveness? Probably a level 100. Rich in antioxidants and has chlorophyll and boost skin elasticity increases in suppleness. So I’m now going to share 5 amazing recipes for common skin issues.

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Geek a little about Matcha Green Tea:

Matcha green tea has theanine, an amino acid, and it’s actually safe detox for conditions like acne and aging. This high quality green tea contains chlorophyll, a powerful detoxifier removes harmful toxins and fights free radicals that damage cells needed to protect our skin. Matcha is particularly good for acne because it has the ability to decrease sebum production. Anyone with concerns about fine lines and wrinkles will love the effects of matcha green tea too — matcha green tea protects our largest organ from harmful UV rays that encourage premature aging and hyper-pigmentation. Green tea when applied to the skin reduces sun damage by extinguishing free radicals and soothing inflammation. Plus, matcha green tea is known for being an energy booster, so it can stimulate and rejuvenate skin cells.

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Glowing mask

  • 1 tsp Matcha Green Tea
  • Pinch of cinnamon (heals acne, exfoliates skin, diminish blemishes, anti aging benifits and get rid of cellulite)
  • 1 tsp Honey ( speed healing for acne, supple and glowing complexion, attracts moisture and great for sensitive skin, heals infection )
  • Boiled water to mix everything

Mix all the ingredients and add water as required and apply on face and neck for 20 min and repeat once a week for a glowing skin.

For acne

  • 1 tsp Honey ( speed healing for acne, supple and glowing complexion, attracts moisture and great for sensitive skin, heals infection )
  • 1 tsp Matcha Green Tea
  • 1 tsp Raw ACV (antiseptic ,anti bacterial, unclogs pores, treat acne, toner/cleanser )

Use RAW ACV based on your skin preference, add as much or as little your skin can tolerate. Apply this mask twice a week for reducing acne.

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Fading scars

  • 2 tsp Matcha Green Tea
  • 1 tsp Honey ( speed healing for acne, supple and glowing complexion, attracts moisture and great for sensitive skin, heals infection )
  • 1 tsp Yogurt (has zinc and lactic acid , great for moisturizing, lighning scars, and tighten pores)

This mask is amazing if you can do couple of times a week, and consistency is the key for fading scars.

Pore Minimizing mask

  • 1 tsp Bentioit Clay ( when mixed with water its electrical charge changes and helps it to absorb toxins) 
  • 1 tsp Matcha Green Tea
  • 2 Activated Charcoal Capsule (Properties help draw toxins to the surface like black heads and white heads) 
  • Water to mix

We all know how well Clays and Activated work so adding green tea will give a glow to skin after hard work done by the other two! Try this twice a week and you will see your pores shrink!

Moisturized Soothing Mask

  • Coconut Oil
  • 1 tsp Matcha Green Tea
  • 1 tsp Baking Soda
  • Boiled water to mix everything

Best one for the last! Simple Coconut oil and baking soda mask is all over internet but add green tea to it and see how your skin has a smooth texture and glow instantly in 10 mins.

I love all the masks, but there are days where I just add some tap water to green tea and pat it on skin or just mix with either coconut oil or honey. Any ingredient as a mixing solution to green tea gives a instant result. Give it a try and let me know!

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