Hibiscus tea gives dark hair shine, a healthy look and a noble shade, while white tea is excellent against wrinkles

Hibiscus tea gives dark hair shine, a healthy look and a noble shade, while white tea is excellent against wrinkles
Teas are delicious beverages that invigorate, give strength, relax, warm the body and improve health. The healing properties of teas are also used in the cosmetology industry, but they can also be used to prepare homemade cosmetic recipes for all generations.

  1. Green tea (Camellia sinensis) is a favorite tea of many. Dilute one part of the leaves with 2 parts of boiled water. Freeze in ice cube trays. Rub the resulting ice on your skin daily in the morning and evening. Ice refreshes and tones the skin, restoring a healthy glow. Aja Soak a cotton cloth with green tea. With this, wipe the skin with massaging movements. Daily use contributes to the elimination of acne, reduction of enlarged pores on the face and removes blackheads. Normalizes the oil balance in the skin. It is recommended for oily and problematic skin. Dip cotton gauze in strong green tea and place it on the eyelids. The wraps reduce the feeling of tiredness in the eyes, redness and dark circles. Rinse the scalp and hair (after using the shampoo) with a mixture of green tea and water in a ratio of 1:3. This preparation solves excessive oiliness of the scalp and dandruff, restores shine to the hair while awakening the hair follicles. It is especially useful if the hair is hard.
  2. White tea – this is an elite type of tea that is harvested twice a year, i.e. during spring and autumn, from the youngest and most delicate leaves of the same Camellia sinensis plant. The leaves do not go through the fermentation process, so they retain their original aroma, taste and useful ingredients after drying. Medicinal liquid is rich in group B vitamins, ascorbic acid, tannins and antioxidants. White tea perfectly tones the skin, relieves inflammatory conditions, soothes the skin, making it brighter. White tea is excellent against aging. It improves skin elasticity, tightens facial contours and smoothes wrinkles. Stimulates cell regeneration and prevents collagen breakdown. Add 2 drops of vitamin E and one tablespoon of heavy cream to the prepared white tea. The mask tightens the skin and rejuvenates the skin. It gives the skin a glow and a healthy appearance.
  3. Hibiscus tea is great for dark hair colors – another name is “pharaoh’s drink” because it has a unique taste and many useful properties. Queen Cleopatra regularly used baths with hibiscus tea because it solves/reduces wrinkles, cellulite and loose body skin. Wash off all dark shades of hair (after shampooing) with hibiscus tea. Hair will have shine and a healthy appearance, a noble shade, and hibiscus tea also covers gray hairs. Hibiscus tea can be used after every shampoo.



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