Wednesday Wellness: 4 Teas for Beautiful Skin

Posted on July 02, 2014 by Alyson | 0 Comments

Drinking tea is a summertime favorite whether it’s iced, hot, unsweetened, or fruit infused. Tea can do no wrong.

In addition to tasting simply divine, a majority of teas may also have additional healthy benefits, including oh so lovely skin. Read the list below for some of our favorite teas that may just help your skin.

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Need a Skin detox?

Yogi Tea has a pre-blended mix to detox your skin for clearer, glowing skin. This tea’s focus is to “cleanse from the inside” they also mention that “reducing internal impurities can help to promote clearer, glowing skin.”

Highlighted Ingredients: Burdock Root, Dandelion Root, Oregon grape

A Simple Skin Anti-Oxidant Boost

Green tea is showing some exciting promise for the health of our skin by “cleansing” or providing nutrients from the inside out. Tea supplier, Mountain Rose Herbs, writes: “Extensive research confirms the high anti-oxidant and poly phenol activity found in green tea, and it comes highly recommended as a general cleansing beverage.” Among the many Mountain Rose Herbs green teas, a staff favorite is a delicious Organic Sencha Green Tea.

Highlighted green teas: Sencha, gunpowder, jasmine, matcha

To Protect Your Skin

Tea Forte’s line is based on “an integrative approach to beauty, these distinctively delectable teas are intended to promote and preserve a more luminous appearance helping to keep you looking and feeling beautiful.” This mixture, called Skin Smart Teas, are based on all around wellness to promote beautiful skin.

Highlighted Ingredients: Green, white or rooibos tea

 Help To Find Your Inner Gorgeous

Rightfully named, Get Gorgeous tea from The Republic of Tea is another blend to help get a glow and clear up your skin with healthy herbs. What’s interesting about this blend? The Republic of Tea explains: “So here’s good news: this organic, rooibos-based, naturally caffeine-free tea blend is brimming with antioxidants.

Highlighted Ingredients: Organic Rooibos, Hibiscus (flower), Chamomile (flower)

Be sure to let us know if you have a tea recommendation!

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