How To Create a Green Tea Facial Steam

Apart from many health advantages, green tea leaves also possess tremendous abilities to rejuvenate your skin. The essence in this natural herb helps to bring glow to your face and make your skin softer. Green tea facial steam is used worldwide for many years in skin care treatments. It open up skin pores and give a fresh look to your face, making you feel more relaxed. Other steam facial products are also available in the market but those chemical-filled synthetic items don’t ensure that no harm is done to your skin. For frequent use, it is always better to shift to the natural and herbal ingredients to avoid any sort of skin problems. Chemical-filled facial treatments might not suite your type of skin, especially you have a very sensitive skin, and they might cause skin irritation and redness as a result. Making your own herbal facial treatment at home ensures that you are using 100 per cent natural ingredients to preserve your natural beauty. Green tea facial steam won’t require much effort or cost from you and you can regularly use it to maintain glowing skin.

Things You Need:

– Green tea leaves
– Water
– Essential oils
– Skin toner
– Saucepan
– A stove
– Hairband
– Towel

Instructions

  • 1

    Before going through any facial treatment, you have to properly clean up your face. Wash your face with a cleanser or merely your routine soap and dry it with a towel. Tie back your hair with a hairband.

  • 2

    Put one quarter cup of water in a saucepan and heat it over the stove until water starts boiling.

  • 3

    Then add green tea leaves to the hot water and reduce the heat to low. Wait for 10 minutes so that green tea leaves simmer properly.

  • 4

    Remove the saucepan from the stove and add just three to four drops of essential oils you selected. You can use any essential oil to add fragrance and comfort to your facial steam. Only few drops will serve the purpose, as the essential oils have strong scents.

  • 5

    Now lean over the saucepan to expose your face to the steam coming out of it. Put a towel over your head, covering the saucepan as well and making a tent.

  • 6

    Take the steam for almost five minutes. Dry up your face afterwards and apply your favourite skin toner to close the opened pores of your face.

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