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Thursday, September 7, 2017

How to Use Matcha Green Tea Face Mask for Acne

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Acne can be seriously embarrassing. No matter how old you are, when you have blemishes on your skin, it's harmful to your self-confidence, and you need self-confidence to be successful.  

Finding an easy and natural way to clear up your skin should be worked into your weekly skincare routine.  Lucky for you, we have a simple and all natural way of transforming your skin.  By simply mixing matcha green tea powder with additional household ingredients, you can have glowing skin that appears youthful, and acne-free skin. In order to get on your way to acne and blackhead free skin, you will need the following:

  • Mixing bowl
  • Mixing utensil
  • Thick makeup brush
  • 1 tablespoon of powdered matcha green tea
  • 1 teaspoon of honey
  • Pinch of cinnamon
  • Boiled water 

By applying the mask with a brush to the face and neck, rinse after 20 minutes for a glowing and fresh look. Follow this guide on how to make your own homemade matcha green tea mask!

Step #1

Gather ingredients. Prepare all the ingredients before beginning. Thoroughly clean the surface you will be using to work. Any additional bacteria that may accidentally be added to the mask can affect the quality of the mask and the results it produces. Wash your hands with antibacterial soap and hot water, and then you will be ready to begin mixing the ingredients. 

Step #2

Begin by pouring the powdered matcha green tea into a small mixing bowl. Matcha green tea is a natural and organic concentrated green tea packed with antioxidants that reform the overall quality of the skin. It is particularly useful in reducing wrinkles and improving the skin's texture.  It is also used to enhance the quality of your hair. 

Step #3

In the same bowl you poured the powdered matcha green tea, add one teaspoon of honey. Honey is particularly beneficial to the skin. It moisturizes by drawing water from the air and seals it deep into your skin.  It may also reduce scarring if massaged onto the scar with coconut oil and warm water. Other benefits include moisturizing cuticles, conditioning hair, highlighting hair, and treating sunburn. 

Step #4


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