The Benefits of Bathing in Tea Leaves
Take a moment and just review the types of tea in your pantry. There are some great benefits of bathing in tea. If you are looking to calm your nerves, relieve tensions, sweat out any toxins and just give your skin a revitalizing boost. You will enjoy the benefits of a tea bath.
Some people argue that drinking tea is better than bathing in it. The trick lies in reaping the benefits quickly. As an example if you drink green tea you may not get the glow that you would get when you bathe in green tea. The reason for this is because when you bathe you directly absorb the nutrients. You can try this next time as part of your self-care delicacy. Explore the below tea’s and enjoy the variety of benefits.
If you want your skin to glow or perhaps you suffer from acne in your adulthood. Chamomile will be your bestfriend. Bathing in this tea will also help relieve some stress. Next time you can run yourself a hot bath and soak in it with Chamomile and enjoy your peaceful rest for the evening.
Peppermint has a very strong revitalizing scent. Once you inhale it can alleviate sinuses and flu like symptoms. Add peppermint tea to your bath next time it can help lift your mood.
If you need to sweat out toxins green tea could be your answer. Other benefits include being a muscle relaxant. Green tea in its essence is packed with vitamin B which is ideal for skin. It will leave your body skin nice and soft.
Lavender is another floral scent that has natural relaxing aroma. When we get overwhelmed with stress and experiencing some tension headaches. Bathing in some lavender tea will help you relax.
You may find that most green teas are blended with Jasmine that’s absolutely fine because that will give you dual benefits. But it would be even better if you are able to get a pure jasmine tea because the medicinal benefits include moisturizing skin and even reduce stretch mark appearance.
Rose tea is best used as a toner. because it tightens your pores without drying it out. It includes a great deal of antioxidants and can help you calm down if you bath in rose water.
- Throw in a teabag or two while you fill up your bath with hot water
- When you are satisfied with the amount of water in the bath allow the teabags to float and steep in.
- Step into the bath tub gently and relax
Things to remember:
- Be sure that you are allowed to bath in certain tea’s if you are pregnant.
- Be cautious if you are person with strong allergies.
- Ideally hot water is preferred but use warm water to a level you can tolerate.
- Listen to some relaxing music as you take your long soothing tea bath.