It is well known that a daily cup of green tea gives you many benefits to health and metabolism. Did you also know it is equally beneficial for skin and hair as well?
Green tea has Chinese origins and its consumption is widespread for centuries in eastern regions. Rich in polyphenols, vitamins, amino acids and minerals, is considered a true elixir of health, with benefits ranging from regulation of metabolism, slowing down cells aging, facilitation of digestion.
Benefits for your hair
Let the tea infusion cool down. After shampooing, rinse the hair with the with the green tea infusion, collect hair in the Cotoneve microfiber turban and leave on for about 10 minutes. Rinse abundantly. You will have brighter and stronger hair.
For acne and impurities
Thanks to the antioxidant and astringent properties, green tea helps purify skin by closing the dilated pores, leaving it smooth and silky. You have several opportunities to use:
– Green tea is an excellent natural tonic substitute. You can apply it with the help of a Cotoneve pure cotton pad, after a perfect facial cleansing, before applying moisturizer.
– If you have some spare time, you can relax by preparing a face mask. Mix the prepared and cooled infusion with white clay: put the preparation on your face, leaving it in place until it dries.
You can also enjoy the benefits of Green in the form of a face mask. Prepare the infusion normally, allow it to cool and mix with white clay to create a homogeneous compound, to lay on your face and leave it on until it dries.
To decongest swollen and tired eyes
Green tea is great for relieving tired eyes. Take two round Cotoneve cotton pads, immerse them in the infusion, and leave them in the freezer for 10 minutes. Put the soaked cotton pads on your eyelids and relax: the decongestant cold action combined with the antioxidants and tannins in tea, will be a great remedy to reduce swelling and restore vitality to your look!