Benefits of a Purple Tea Face Mask and How to Make One

Purple Tea Origins

It seems as though you are ingesting well-being when you sip on a hot cup of purple tea. Perhaps it’s because tea has been consumed for well-been purposes since its cultivation in the 1980s, or perhaps it’s because of its fairly light and subtle sweet finish flavors, which give the impression that you’re consuming something healthy. So why not use purple tea as a face mask that can have a potently good effect on your skin.

Do not confuse Purple tea to other teas…

All the teas are derived from camellia sinensis plant. However, Purple Tea is created through a different process than other teas such as green or black. Learn more about in our blog Purple Tea and It’s Benefits

As well as health benefit, purple tea is also exceptional for the skin. Purple tea leaves contain abundant anthocyanins. The antioxidant capabilities of anthocyanins stop free radicals from oxidizing and harming cells. As a result, purple tea extract is very helpful for people who are looking for effective anti aging results.

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Authentic benefits of Purple Tea Face Mask on skin.

As we know purple tea provides diverse health improvements but, what about skin benefits?

Purple tea combats free radicals that result in oxidative stress and subsequently skin damage because of its strong antioxidant content. In addition to reducing oiliness and acne, purple tea is a natural moisturizer that keeps the skin hydrated and smooth.

There are 4 important benefits:

1. Prevent skin aging and reverse skin damage caused by UV exposure.

2. Reduce and avoid wrinkles through natural Alpha and Beta-hydroxyl acids.

3. Dispose of toxins in the skin caused by makeup, environmental factor, and lotions.

4. Weaken hyperpigmentation and decrease dark spots.

What do you need to make a purple tea face mask?

Making a purple tea face mask at home is simple. Most likely, you already have most of the essential components and items in your kitchen.

To get started, let’s know the ingredients:

  • 1 cup Hot water, 3g. Purple Tea, 1 tbsp. Lemon juice, 1 tbsp. French pink clay, ½ Banana, 1 tbsp. Honey

How to make the face mask ?

In a cup of hot water, pour 3 grams of purple tea. After the tea is dissolved, add 1 tablespoon of lemon juice. Then in a container, add French Pink Clay and add the purple tea preparation with lemon juice. Then, in another container, take ½ banana and chop it until it resembles a paste. Add it to the container where the French Pink clay preparation and the tea are. Finally, add 1 tablespoon of honey and dissolve it completely until it looks like a uniform paste. Apply it on your face and let it act for 15 minutes and then rinse off with warm water.

References

Lin YC, Lu HF, Chen JC, Huang HC, Chen YH, Su YS, Tung CY, Huang C. Purple-leaf tea (Camellia sinensis L.) ameliorates high-fat diet induced obesity and metabolic disorder through the modulation of the gut microbiota in mice. BMC Complement Med Ther. 2020 Dec 10;20(1):376. doi: 10.1186/s12906-020-03171-4. PMID: 33302947; PMCID: PMC7727182.

Khan, F., Bashir, A., & Mughairbi, F. A. (2018). Purple Tea Composition and Inhibitory Effect of Anthocyanin-Rich Extract on Cancer Cell Proliferation. Medicinal & Aromatic Plants, 07(06). https://doi.org/10.4172/2167-0412.1000322 Retrieved from: https://www.longdom.org/open-access/purple-tea-composition-and-inhibitory-effect-of-anthocyaninrich-extracton-cancer-cell-proliferation-2167-0412-1000322.pdf

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