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8 Ways To Use Black Tea

October 06, 2021

8 Ways To Use Black Tea
Black Tea is one of the ingredients in our 8 SuperBlacks Essence and it has numerous health benefits because of it's powerful antioxidants. We are here to showcase 8 ways that you can use Black Tea in your everyday life to promote a healthier and better YOU! 
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1.Reduce under eye bags
Black tea has strong anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce puffiness by contracting blood vessels and tightening the skin. Apply warm, damp tea bags over closed eyes for 20 minutes and watch the magic happen!
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2.Soften wrinkles 
Black tea has replenishing antioxidants to help nourish the skin. Soak a paper towel in cooled black tea, then lift and squeeze the excess liquid. Put it on your face, lay down and relax! Watch the wrinkles slowly fade away.
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3.Treat acne
Black tea flushes toxins out of the body with its powerful antioxidants. Soak a clean cotton ball in cold black tea and dab it all over your face. Let it completely dry and then wash it off with water. This tea helps diminish scars, pimples, and uneven skin tones! 
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4.Promote hair growth
Take freshly brewed black tea and apply it all over your scalp and the shafts of your hair. Studies have shown that the incredible ingredients in black tea helps stimulate hair growth. Hello healthy and long hair!
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5.Add shine to your hair
Shampoo your hair as normal and then do a rinse with the black tea. The antioxidants will help add a gorgeous natural shine to the hair
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6.Relieve stress
Studies have shown that can black tea can help reduce stress hormones in the body and relax the nerves. Brew a cup of hot tea, throw on your favorite movie and take the stress away!
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7.Soothe sunburns and redness
Did you accidentally spend way too much time in the sun and now you're left with a painful and bright red sunburn? The tannins in black tea can help reduce the redness in your skin. Brew some tea and let it cool. Dip a towel into the tea and place it on your affected area for up to 30 minutes. Watch the redness slowly dissipate. 
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8.Use as a toner
The antioxidants from the tea acts as an astringent so it will help remove excess oil from the skin and it also has anti-bacterial benefits. To make, brew fresh black tea and place it in the fridge until it has chilled. Pour it into a small spray bottle and boom! You can your own homemade toner. 

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