Rooibos (pronounced roy-bus) tea is good to drink but is also great for your skin! It can be used to treat eczema and even mild cases of acne. The antioxidants repair skin damage and protects from the everyday elements. This face wash can be used on all types of skin!
Step 1: For every 1/4 cup of tea leaves, use one cup of water.
Step 2: Pour tea leaves in medium bowl. Pour hot water over tea leaves. Make sure the bowl is covered to lock in the necessary essential oils.
Step 3: Let sit for 30 minutes or until room temperature.
Step 4: Strain out tea leaves.
Step 5: Dip cotton ball in tea infusion and wash face. Be sure not to rub skin too hard, this could cause irritation. Repeat every 2-3 days, depending on your skins reaction.
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Black Tea is the most popular class of tea outside of asia, making it the second most popular tea in the world. Black tea leaves are allowed to completely oxidize, which creates it’s characteristic bold taste. Black tea is often enjoyed with milk, lemon, or sweetener.
Black Tea is known to help boost the immune system and is a good alternative to a cup of coffee, containing half the amount of caffeine. All tea, including black, contains antioxidants, helps prevent tooth decay and is thought to aid in fat burning and the lowering of cholesterol.
We carry a range of traditional and modern black teas sourced from China, India, and Sri Lanka. For more information, or to purchase teas: http://shop.soakology.com/category.sc;jsessionid=8AA80CC085A03AAA9E18E3F82C6AB3C4.m1plqscsfapp02?categoryId=24
Naturally Highlight Hair with Chamomile Tea!
Step 1: Steep 5 tbsp of chamomile tea in boiling water
Step 2: Let the tea cool completely
Step 3: Rinse clean hair with the cooled tea and comb throughout
Step 4: Let your hair air-dry while you lounge in the sun!
For a more beachy look, put the cooled chamomile tea in a spray bottle and spritz lightly on your hair!
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In honor of #worldcup2014 and #Brazil, today’s Tea of the Day is Iced Roasted Yerba Mate! This toasty twist on the traditional is rich and chocolaty, making it a delicious coffee substitute! Yerba, or Erva-Mate, as they say in Brazil is being served in the teahouse all day- stop in to try!#yerbamate #coffeesubstitute #tea #icedtea #ITAvsCRC #costarica #TGIF
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Recipe to make Iced Tea Lemonade
In a 16 ounce glass mix 12 ounces of iced tea with the juice of a half of a lemon (black tea works great, but you can experiment with herbals and flavored teas as well. Some of our favorites are made with Black Mango Tea or Ayurvedic Pitta Tea.) Warm 2 Tbs of honey and stir into tea/ lemon mix (10 seconds in the microwave works great). Pour mixture over ice and serve with a lemon wedge. Try a rock sugar rim for a sweet addition!
Tips for making iced tea: Brew your tea twice as strong if you are brewing it to be iced. For one serving of iced tea, use 2 TBS of loose-leaf tea to make your infusion. For a pitcher of iced-tea, use a half cup of loose-leaf tea.
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