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This newsletter will lead you to discover the alternative, parallel benefits of tea so that you can shine inside and out, and it will share with you beauty recipes to turn the clock back.

Tea and Hydration

A common myth is that tea and drinks containing caffeine or theine should be consumed in moderation because the diuretic effects of theine cause dehydration. However, past and recent research proves that the moderate and systematic consumption of caffeinated drinks such as tea does not have a negative effect on hydration. On the contrary, it helps – just as much as water does – to cover the daily amount of fluids required in order to stay hydrated. So drink away without hesitation!  

Tea and your skin

Rich in polyphenols, such as valuable epigallocatechin-3-gallate, and antioxidants, tea – and especially white and green tea – is a remarkable, natural source of beauty for flawless skin, since it delays skin ageing, prevents fine lines and wrinkles, gets rid of puffiness under the eyes, soothes irritated or burnt skin and offers an even tone and glow.
In order to achieve all this, take the leaves that were used to prepare your tea and either apply the paper tea bag to your skin in circular movements, or apply the actual leaves to your whole face for a few minutes and enjoy a quick beauty and firming mask. 
You can even use the tea liquor itself by applying it to your skin with a piece of cotton wool or by pouring it into a small spray bottle – once it is cold – and spraying it onto your skin for instant rejuvenation.


Beauty recipes with tea:

 1. Hair mask with matcha and honey

1 tbsp. Matcha Uji, bio 
1 tsp. honey
1 egg
1 tsp. olive oil
7 drops of rosemary or camomile essential oil

Place all the ingredients except the essential oil in a bowl and mix. Add the essential oil, mix again and apply the mixture to your hair. Cover your hair with a shower cap and leave the mask in for 15-20 minutes. Rinse with cold water and then wash your hair.  

2. Scrub with white tea leaves 

White Yin Zhen tea leaves that have been used
4 tbsp. brown sugar
a few spoons of olive oil or coconut oil

Mix the used white tea leaves with the brown sugar and pour in the oil of your choice until the rest of the ingredients are covered.
Gently massage the mixture into the desired area and rinse.

3. Tea facial toner 

2 tbsp. Green Wind tea leaves
2 tbsp. Peppermint (Mentha piperata) leaves
one glass spray bottle

Prepare the green tea and peppermint in separate pots, based on the recommended times and temperatures, allowing them to reach room temperature. 
Once they reach room temperature, pour the tea liquor into the glass bottle and apply it to your face and neck by spraying twice a day. 
Keep the spray mixture in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. 


Our favourite teas for glowing skin!
1. Anti-ageing tea 
    A refreshing mixture of green tea with aloe vera and pineapple.
2. Matcha Uji, bio 
    The youth elixir from Japan. 
3. Yin Zhen 
    Our silver needles filled with antioxidants.
4. Green wind 
    A strong and tasty mixture of green teas from Anhui, 


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