From Skin and Within: Better Uses for Green Tea

August 27, 2021

From Skin and Within: Better Uses for Green Tea

Many people believe that green tea is one of the best antioxidants and is packed with several health benefits for both genders of all ages. It is among the least oxidized when refined but still maintains a large concentration of polyphenols, a stress-reducing agent that protects body tissues from further damage. Moreover, it protects us from cancer, coronary heart disease, and other pathogens linked with these illnesses.

Moreover, most people, especially those leading an active lifestyle, prefer green tea after-workout due to its healing and calming powers. In addition, according to studies, a cup of this can have positive effects on muscle recovery after strenuous exercise.

Its primary selling point is its high epigallocatechin or EGCG gallate content, a property shown to improve one's metabolism and help in weight reduction. However, experts still advise individuals to get help when incorporating such in their diet and workout routine to see actual and better results. Thus, gym trainers and health professionals are encouraged to get more experience and knowledge by attending fitness CEC programs and other courses to help broaden their understanding of various health benefits and better cater to larger demographics.

The benefits of green tea extend beyond the straightforward enjoyment of drinking it. While consuming it benefits the body enormously from within, applying it directly to the skin has an entirely different effect.

It helps relieve skin irritation.

Green tea has properties that help ease skin damage and imperfections. All you need is a cup of freshly boiled green tea. Let it cool down for a few minutes, and dab a clean towel or a piece of cloth in it. Afterward, apply it to the irritated region and leave it for at least half an hour. Its tannic acid and theobromine property make it an effective agent to soothe inflammation and redness.

It helps improve the unevenness in the skin.

Being exposed to excessively polluted air and eating an unhealthy diet contributes to the development of acne, making the skin appear blotchy and clogs the pores, making it feel a bit congested. Usually, these instances require individuals to depend on skin care products such as serums, creams, toners, and other items beneficial in your cleansing routine.

However, if you found yourself in a tough situation, have run out of supply, or may want to rest your skin from all these chemical products for a while; your wet green tea bag is the answer you are looking for.

 

 

Simply boil a tea bag or two and let it cool down. Transfer it to a spray bottle and refrigerate it overnight. Spray it on your face or dab cotton in the morning or before you go to bed. Rinse and pat it dry. Green tea is great for a facial toner alternative because of its outstanding anti-pore-clogging and sebum-controlling qualities. This makes the skin less oily and cleaner.

A natural body scrubs

Rather than throwing your leftover tea leaves and bags away, use them as your natural cleanser. Green tea is excellent for exfoliating your skin, leaving it feeling soft, supple, and youthful. This is because it removes dirt and harmful radicals responsible for wrinkling, fine lines, and making your skin look saggy. To achieve this, simply drain the leftover tea leaves and blend them with organic honey.

You can also use it as it is depending on your preference. Then, apply it on your face and gently rub it in a circular motion to restore your skin's radiance. Remember to moisturize afterward.

First-aid for bleeding incidents

Complex chemical substances such as tannins or tannic acid present in green teas are effective first-aids to clot the bleeding and minimize further complications giving you enough time to get medical help. Soak a bag in boiling water for a few seconds, then drain it and allow it to cool. Rub it carefully and gently on the wound. You may also put some tea water on the cut to wash away the leaves and clean the injury later.

The therapeutic properties of green tea largely depend on the type and preparation method used in making them. For instance, brewed tea may contain more antioxidants than its colder counterpart. However, the latter may offer you a better taste and less caffeine making it more appealing for younger drinkers. Nonetheless, they are all healthy in their own perfect ways.

Green tea has earned its rightful place in several parts of Asia, especially in Japan and China. Its soothing qualities continue to better most people's lives, and it will stay that way for the next generation to enjoy.


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