5 Green Tea Face Masks for Softer Skin

Benefits Of Green Tea For Skin & 5 DIY Green Tea Face Mask

If you’ve been seeing those cringe-worthy green tea ads on the TV, you probably think all it’s good for is making you slimmer. Here’s a fun fact though: you can use green tea to make your skin look amazing. Here are some home remedies.


Green tea is amazing for your skin and you can use it to make a mask that cleanses, exfoliates, and soothes your skin. All you need are regular ingredients that you’ll find in your kitchen.

5 Simple Ways To Use Green Tea for Skin:

1. Green Tea and Rice Flour Mask

Procedure:

  • To make this mask, start by boiling some green tea.
  • Allow it to sit and cool down.
  • Add enough rice flour to this to make a paste.
  • Make sure that it’s not too sticky as it will get difficult to spread it properly on your face.
  • If you’ve got really dry skin, you can also mash up a banana to give the paste an extra ingredient that will moisturize your skin.
  • If your skin feels dry afterwards because of the flour, you can always use Olay Total Effects 7 in One Day Cream Touch of Foundation with SPF15!

2. Green Tea, Eggs, and Oats Face Pack

One of the best ways to exfoliate while also adding all the benefits of green tea for skin to your face is to make this specific mask.

Procedure:

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  • Boil green tea and let it cool.
  • Add some oats and allow them to soak and soften.
  • Add an egg yolk. This will bind the ingredients together and also give you the added benefits of an egg yolk.

3. Green Tea, Oats, and Honey Face Mask

  • This is a green tea face mask for acne prone and pigmented skin.
  • Honey acts as an astringent and is great for removing acne. It also lightens your skin so if you have pigmented skin, it’s a great ingredient to add.
  • Boil the tea and add the oats as shown in the recipe above.
  • Add a teaspoon of honey to the mix and apply.

4. Dry Green Tea, Honey and Baking Soda Pack

  • For this recipe, you don’t have to boil the tea.
  • Just open tea bags and add a teaspoon of honey and baking soda to it.
  • Mix it still it’s a sticky paste and apply it to your skin.
  • You can let it sit for at least 15-20 minutes before rinsing it off.

5. Dry Green Tea and Cucumber Paste

  • Like the previous recipe, open the tea bags and toss the tea leaves in a bowl.
  • Blend a cucumber in a blender and add the paste to the tea leaves. This acts as a natural astringent and is great for soothing your skin from the inside out.
  • You can leave this on for 10-15 minutes.

Green tea is easy to buy and just as simple to use. You can also use green tea for hair in order to make your hair shine brighter and look thicker. All you need is an egg yolk, yoghurt, and a shower cap to lock in all the goodness.

Also, check out 8 ways to use almond oil for skin whitening here at our blog.

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