Whether it is windburn in the winter or sunburn in the summer – Cleveland is harsh on the skin. You need a remedy that treats both and does not cost a fortune.
What if we told you that you can make face mists at home with distilled water that can help? Green tea face mist can ease the pain of seasonal skin issues and reduce signs of irritation.
Homemade face mists cost pennies, and they are simple to make. In this article, we will teach you a green tea face mist recipe. The best part? It only requires two ingredients and four steps to make.
Tip: Try adding vitamin E for extra hydration or replace the tea bag with matcha powder to make a matcha green tea mist!
We all know green tea is healthy to drink. It is also good for your skin. Green tea has anti-inflammatory properties that help to soothe redness and other irritations. Also, caffeine can reduce swelling by shrinking blood vessels. Green tea can detoxify pores and soothe sun and windburn too!
Matcha is the best green tea for the skin but it is usually pretty expensive. Matcha is usual in a powder form that doesn’t tend to dissolve completely. This might clog your spray bottle. Try a high-quality organic tea instead. Either bagged or loose leaf tea is fine.
You should store your green tea face mist in the fridge. The cooler temperatures will make it last longer and feel great on irritated skin. You can store your face mist in the fridge for up to one month.
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