Kenyan tea is unique. It can be used with benefit not only in the form of a drink, but on its basis, you can prepare economic, but effective skin care products! All recipes are available and can be done at home. Well, who wants beautiful skin?
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Many well-known luxury cosmetics brands use Kenyan green tea extract in their products. Why overpay when you can make a tonic or mist for your face yourself? To do this, you need brewed green tea in a volume of 0.5 liters. Cool it and strain it through a strainer so that there are no tea leaves in the solution. Pour the cooled and filtered drink into a bottle with a sprayer. Spray toner on face and body in hot weather, or use as a primer before applying cream. Store in the refrigerator.
2. Face mask
Do not rush to throw away the tea leaves after preparing the tonic, we will still need it! From the used tea leaves you a toning and anti-inflammatory face mask can be made. Grind the tea leaves into a gruel, mix with a spoonful of vegetable or coconut oil. Cleanse your face with cleanser and apply the mask. Leave it on your face until it dries completely, for 15-20 minutes. Then complete the SPA ritual with a wash and a moisturizer. After this mask your skin will glow!
Was it a difficult night and you didn't get enough sleep? Take concealer out of your makeup bag - natural patches come to the rescue! Take two used tea bags (or wrap the tea leaves in fine gauze) and refrigerate them for 15 minutes Having cooled the “patches”, apply them to the eyes: on closed eyelids - if you want to remove redness and relieve fatigue, or under the eyes - if you need to remove bruises or puffiness under the eyes. Let the patches sit on your face for 20 minutes. Then apply the cream under the eyes.
These are the simplest, but “working” recipes for home care products made from green tea. You can create the most authentic spa experience at home without spending a dime After these procedures, your skin will glow with beauty, just like after a salon treatment.