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Tea Steaming Is Now A Thing!

If you think you’ve heard it all when it comes to beauty advice – think again! Tea steaming is the new beauty trend for 2016. We all love those beauty tips that can help us to achieve radiance with minimum effort. For those of us who particularly struggle when going that extra mile in the name of beauty, tea steaming may be just what you are looking for. Guaranteed to provide beautiful, radiant, and soft skin, as well as supporting the repair of skin cells, tea has never looked so good! Here is some of the most popular tea steaming recipes:

1.Sage And Thyme

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This particular steam is a great antiseptic and even better for banishing those irksome spots. Simply sprinkle a few sprigs of sage and Thyme into a bowl, and add some boiling water. Grab a towel to cover your head (to keep in the steam) lean over and let the goodness infuse into your skin for approximately 5 minutes. Your skin will immediately feel cleaner, clearer, and will be infinitely great for keeping spots at bay.

2.Green Tea Steam

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For those of you, who wish to give your moisture levels a boost, create a clear complexion, and repair damaged or older skin cells, this steam is fantastic. Green tea is brimming with antioxidants that support the repair of damaged skin cells, of which in turn will reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Additionally, it will provide a massive moisture boost.

3.Chamomile, Lavender, And Rose Petals

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This can be used either as a beautifully therapeutic rehydration steam, or in preparation for further skin treatments, such as a mask or a scrub (due to its ability to open the pores). Use dried chamomile flowers and lavender essential oil for this recipe. The properties in this flower steam are anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant based. This recipe will soothe and treat the skin, (especially helping people with dry skin conditions), will decrease skin irritations and nourish the complexion.

 

 

 

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