Green Tea Matcha Face Mask

Green Tea Matcha Face Mask

DIY green tea matcha face mask

You may know some of the benefits attributed to green tea; lowers cholesterol, protects against sun damage, heals inflammation … the list goes on and on. It’s the high concentration of powerful antioxidants (called polyphenols) found in green tea leaves that are responsible for its use as a medicinal aid. These polyphenols help fight against free radicals – which according to the University of Maryland’s Medical Center are “damaging compounds in the body that change cells, damage DNA, and even cause cell death.”
Green tea when used topically has anti-inflammatory properties that can be both soothing and healing for rosacea, acne, and sun damage.
That’s where this fabulous recipe comes in. It’s made with matcha (powdered green tea leaves) and coconut oil. When applied, this bright green face mask feels incredible! Its texture is silky smooth and leaves the skin feeling cleansed and moisturized.

Follow this mask by your skin perfect face cream from Pure and your skin will glow back at you!

Matcha Green Tea Face Mask:

• 1 tsp matcha green tea powder (organic is best)

• 1/2 tsp cold pressed virgin coconut oil

• 1/2-1 tsp water

Mix all ingredients in a small bowl until desired consistency (not too watery, not too thick). Apply to a freshly cleansed face (it is easiest to use a clean makeup brush…feels amazing too!). Sit back, sip some tea, and relax! You can leave the mask on until it dries, or for up to an hour. Wash off with warm water and follow up with your favorite face oil or moisturizer. Be prepared to see your skin glow after this one!

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By | 2017-05-15T10:43:41+00:00 May 11th, 2016|Do it yourself, Simple homemade Face masks|0 Comments

About the Author:

Pure natural cosmetics is not just a name, for me and many others it became a way of life!

All my life I had an affinity to healthy life style. As a dancer and a trainer, i was always looking for the good combination of healthy food and healthy movement.

In time I learned that its not only what you eat that matters. Also what you use as cosmetics or medical products is important.

The skin is the biggest organ in our body. About 60% of what we put on our skin gets into the blood system and with that to the inner organs.

I invest my heart and soul into “Pure natural cosmetics” and the best part is to hear the amazing comments from my client.

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