DIY Green Tea Masks You Have Got To Try
We all know now why the Japanese green tea culture has become so popular today. Not only has it been scientifically proven, but it has also been proven through action that this tea has multiple benefits to offer. And because of the many purposes and benefits it has, this is now being used as a key ingredient for face packs and such, and is becoming more and more popular today. Here are some DIY ones you could try for yourself. The tea and clay mask Today matcha skin care techniques have become more and more famous all around the world. And with much importance given to natural ingredients, this has become a product that cannot be missed in any mix or pack. And so, to try out the DIY tea and clay pack, all you need to have is a tea spoon of this green tea powder and half a pound of French white clay powder. Mix in water to get the right thick consistency and apply it all over your face and neck. Let it dry completely and then rinse your face with warm water. The antioxidants in the tea and the components in the clay forms the perfect combination to cleanse your clogged pores and reduce the redness of pimples and acne. What’s even better about this pack is that you can seal it in an air tight jar and store in your fridge to be used at least once a week! The tea and jasmine steam pack This mix is much more different than the previous one. Here the pack is all about a good facial steam. After all it has been found that steam is another great way of opening up all those clogged pores in your face. All you need is a bowl of steaming hot water, sage leaves and don’t forget to buy matcha green tea bags as well. Place two or three tea bags in a bowl and pour in the hot water, also make sure to add in the sage leaves as well and let the steam do the rest. Make sure to keep a safe distance from the hot water though. The MTH pack This is the pack made using matcha, turmeric and honey. Combine half a teaspoon equal parts of matcha and turmeric powder. In to that add in one tablespoon of honey, you could also include four tablespoons of baking soda, and equal parts of a teaspoon of lemon juice and cider vinegar. Use this pack once a week and store the rest for a rainy day. This is an ideal mix for those that have cystic breakouts. The natural caffeine in the tea is perfect for ridding all those purple eye bags while also cleansing your face and those clogged pores. So do use it well but make sure to use them in the right quantities, especially the baking soda, too much of it could be harmful for your skin! The banana and tea mixThis pack is ideal for all those with sensitive skin. All you need is half of a banana, half a tea spoon of these green tea leaves and a teaspoon of goat’s milk or any other kind of milk. Blend it altogether using a blender or smash up the banana and mix in the other ingredients. Apply the pack on your face and leave it on for at least ten minutes and then rinse it off.