Tea on Skin

We, the tea lovers often find the reason to drink tea. I am such a person who loves to drink tea. So apart from the usual division of Morning tea and evening tea I have included some divisions such as pre bath tea(tea before taking bath),pre-lunch tea, thought-provoking tea(tea that helps to think clearly) and so on..:)). Jokes apart tea has some nutritional value if it is taken in a right form.


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Black tea is also known as “red Tea”:, in Bengali “lal Cha” for its color. Black tea helps to reduce4 the stroke. Black tea is more oxidized. Very often we avoid black tea for its stronger flavor.


Black tea is rich in so many vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin B2, C E, Magnesium, Zinc, and Potassium.


All these vitamins and minerals help to nourish the skin, prevent wrinkles and reduce premature aging. It helps to maintain the tightness of the pores. You can simply apply black tea on your face. It provides a radiant glow. If you can’t bear the taste of black tea you can apply it on your face to get the result. Black tea is a great natural toner and refresher. Take the black tea in a air tight container and put it in a freeze and use it as a toner.


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“Belly fat chupane ka nehi ghatane ka samay hai”… due to the excessive depiction of advertisement we became more familiar with green tea. Though according to Google “There is no conclusive evidence that green tea aids in weight loss”.


Green tea also contains so many vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin B, B2, B3, B6, C, Iron sodium, Manganese, Potassium and so on.


Green tea is rich with antioxidants that helps to fight with free-radicals and helps to protect our cells. Green tea helps to flush out toxins. It is also a good natural toner. If you want to make your skin healthy, green tea is the best option for you. It fights with the problems we girls are scared of…acne, pimple, signs of aging, sun damage etc. It helps to cure dark circles and puffy eyes.

So sip in the cup of a tea and make your skin healthy.


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