Sip on Skin Detox Tea Anytime you want to enjoy a delicious floral tea that promotes skin health and supports your healthy glow.
Skin Detox Tea combines fragrant peppermint tea, chamomile tea, cardamom, and orange peel all of which are used in Ayurveda along with dandelion, Burdock and Yellow Dock to help calm the skin; Herbs have traditionally been used to support cleansing.
Our skin reflects our dietary and lifestyle choices: cleansing from the inside can help promote healthy skin.
It is best to drink a full glass of water, possibly with a sprinkle of lemon juice and a spoonful of organic honey, immediately upon waking, and the rest of your water intake should be between meals – it helps suppress appetite And it also does not hinder digestion of food during meals.
How to make skin detox tea recipe
Herbal teas and diluted fruit juice are also great skin hydrators. Ginger, chamomile and nettle infusions have calming and detoxifying properties that help clean and refine your skin. Here is a simple skin-cleansing tea recipe that helps reduce inflammation of the eyes:
Skin Detox Tea
- coffee filter
- Tea Pan
- Tea mug
- 2 sachets (tea bags) peppermint tea
- 2 sachets chamomile tea
- 2 pods cardamom
- 1 teaspoon dried orange peel optional
- 1 serving – 1 cup (240ml).
- 8 calories per cup;
- Fat= 0.06g;
- Protein= 0.20g;
- Carbohydrate= 1.79g;
- Fiber= 1g;
- Sodium= 3mg;
- Potassium= 49mg.
- Drink Skin Detox Tea 3-5 cups per day between meals.
- Absolutely amazing! Not only is it delicious, but the confirmation on the tag is enough to get you through the day.
- it’s worth it? Certainly! I drink it almost every day and follow it with a mask after a long day!
All this tea is going to detox your skin. This will clean the bad toxins that cause your skin to break down etc. REASON WHY IT’s A DETOX TEA! I like this tea so much, personally I am big on my skin care.
Being an esthetician, I am very precise and careful with what I put on my skin. I rarely care for a drugstore’s skin because of the quality and ingredients, I prefer something better. Your skin routine should also be good to see a small change.
I like the taste of it, the smell of the flowers is mild, and the flavor is not overpowered. I am a big tea drinker and YOGI has done a wonderful job with this tea! This tea is good for all skin types, it does not ruin the skin but detox it from within.
The science supported benefits of peppermint and chamomile tea
Peppermint is an aromatic herb in the mint family that is a cross between watermelon and spear.
Peppermint leaves contain many essential oils including menthol, mentophone, and limonene. 1
Menthol imparts peppermint for its cooling properties and distinctly minty odor.
Chamomile tea is a popular drink that also provides many types of health benefits.
Chamomile is a herb that comes from the daisy-like flowers of the plant family of Asteria. It has been consumed for centuries as a natural remedy for many health conditions.
1. Benefits of peppermint tea
- Peppermint tea is an ideal choice before bed, as it is naturally caffeine free.
- The greater ability of peppermint, as a muscle relaxant, can help you relax before bedtime. 2
- While no studies have been done on the antibacterial effects of peppermint tea, peppermint oil has been shown to effectively kill bacteria. 3
- Because peppermint works to relax the muscles, it can relieve menstrual cramps.
- Peppermint has antibacterial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties. Because of this, peppermint tea can fight infections, common colds and allergies caused by stuffed sinuses. 3
- One of the reasons is that peppermint is a common flavor for toothpaste, mouthwash, and chewing gum.
- In addition to its pleasant smell, peppermint has antibacterial properties that help kill germs that cause dental plaque – which can improve your breath. 4
- Peppermint can relieve digestive symptoms, such as gas, bloating, and indigestion.
- Animal studies indicate that peppermint relaxes your digestive system and may reduce pain. It also prevents the smooth muscles from shrinking, which can relieve your stomach cramps.
- Additionally, in a review of 14 clinical trials in approximately 2,000 children, peppermint reduced the frequency, length, and severity of abdominal pain. 2
- In a study in 72 people with IBS, peppermint oil capsules reduced IBS symptoms by 40% after four weeks, compared to only 24.3% with a placebo. 5
- While no studies have examined peppermint tea and digestion, it is possible that tea may have similar effects.
- Peppermint oil has been shown to relax the muscles in your digestive system and improve various digestive symptoms. Therefore, peppermint tea can provide similar benefits.
- Peppermint acts as a muscle relaxant and pain reliever, it can reduce some types of headaches. 6
- Menthol in peppermint oil increases blood flow and provides a cooling sensation, possibly reducing pain. 7
2. Benefits of chamomile tea
- It contains epigenin, an antioxidant that binds certain receptors in your brain that can promote sleep and reduce insomnia, or inability to sleep. 8
- Some studies have found that chamomile extracts have the ability to protect against diarrhea in mice. It is responsible for its anti-inflammatory properties. 9
- Chamomile contains the antioxidant apigenin. In test-tube studies, epigenes have been shown to fight cancer cells, particularly the breast, digestive system, skin, prostate, and uterus. 10
- Its anti-inflammatory properties can prevent damage to the cells of your pancreas, which occurs when your blood sugar levels are elevated chronologically. 11
- Flavones have been studied for their ability to lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, which are important markers of your heart disease risk. 12 13
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- Thosar N, Basak S, Bahadure RN, Rajurkar M. “Antimicrobial efficacy of five essential oils against oral pathogens: An in vitro study.” Eur J Dent. 2013 Sep;7(Suppl 1):S071-S077. doi: 10.4103/1305-7456.119078. PMID: 24966732; PMCID: PMC4054083.
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- Cash BD, Epstein MS, Shah SM. “A Novel Delivery System of Peppermint Oil Is an Effective Therapy for Irritable Bowel Syndrome Symptoms.” Dig Dis Sci. 2016 Feb;61(2):560-71. doi: 10.1007/s10620-015-3858-7. Epub 2015 Aug 29. PMID: 26319955; PMCID: PMC4729798.
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