How to: Green Tea Facial Scrub Tutorial (detox your skin)

Green Tea Is Good For The Outside of Your Body Too!

This video explains why. . .

(yes guys, I woke up and did this tutorial without doing my hair… Mega bed head alert) Hi everyone, Here is another homemade mask recipe as promised. I am loving this facial scrub so much!!!! You guys have to try it. Who needs to spend large amounts of cash when all you need is to go downstairs into your own kitchen? My ‘Origins Modern Friction’ exfoliater works great but my skin is far too sensitive for the ingredients. It stung my face when I washed it out. Until one morning, I was sipping my greentea when I suddenly had a thought and wondered if we can use greentea as an ingredient for our skin. We can!!! Greentea not only tastes wonderful but has promising benefits for our body and skin. This homemade mask is inexpensive and great for getting rid of dead skin cells (which can pile up giving you a dull complexion). By using the scrub when it is slightly warm, it opens our pores allowing the nutrients of the mask to cleanse deep within. I get questions by people asking me how they can reduce appearance of scars. The answer is by exfoliating and removing the scar tissues. You can even use this scrub on your body. The amount I reccomended is for 2-4 applications. You can adjust the recipe to make it more ‘thick’ or ‘thin’ so it suits yourself. I would reccomend you to exfoliate at least once a week. If you have a jar, store it in your fridge (use still bottled water instead though). You can buy green tea (teabags or loose tea leaves) in your supermarket. You are sure to

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25 thoughts on “How to: Green Tea Facial Scrub Tutorial (detox your skin)

  1. how often should you do this and is it good on combination skin type? also does it help with sudden break outs? love the video !

  2. @florencelovme is it the same for the tea bags?
    because for the leaves i see Twinnings. but im not sure about the tea bags.

  3. @SLxCookie Yes its the same brand. I would suggest you buy raw and dry green tea leaves from a spice shop or anywhere that is sold unpackaged. The quality is superior to supermarket brands and also, the paper tea bags contain chemicals that are not good for the skin or even for consumption. Avoid them as much as you can. I get my green tea from a farmer in the mountain and its the best stuff you can get. I hope I could help πŸ™‚

  4. @SLxCookie @SLxCookie Yes its the same brand. I would suggest you buy raw and dry green tea leaves from a spice shop or anywhere that is sold unpackaged. The quality is superior to supermarket brands and also, the paper tea bags contain chemicals that are not good for the skin or even for consumption. Avoid them as much as you can. I get my green tea from a farmer in the mountain and its the best stuff you can get. I hope I could help πŸ™‚

  5. I love this, it really works!!!
    I used Green Tea, with a hint of lemon (Twinings) as they were what I could find in the cupboard, but it worked just as good πŸ˜€

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  7. I did this at a sleepover and it worked REALLY well , my friend was surprised on how soft her skin was , as was I .
    So I really think you guys should try this out (:

  8. check this website, it has the best face scrub! I’ve been using it for 2 years now.. the one tube lasted me for almost the whole year! I used to use the face scrub from Walgreens but switched because i found it so much better, skin smooth & looks more helathy.. check this website that I bought it from: amway. com/VerasDomain
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  9. awesome tutorial! I would suggest using something other than mineral oil, like shea butter or jojoba oil. mineral oil clogs pores and can cause future problems.

    xoxo πŸ™‚

  10. Hunny… you shouldn’t use any mineral oil. The mineral oil molecules are bigger than your skin cells, which means your skin won’t absorb it… therefore all those great antioxidants from the green tea isn’t going to be able to even reach your skin. Most other scrub cells I’ve seen have used Almond Oil. Although like @XxsarablackxX said, olive oil or argan oil would work great as well…

  11. Baby oil isn’t good for the skin.. It’s only mineral oil, which is directly derived from petrolatum. Petrolatum is extremely toxic for your health, and until it is truly proven, baby oil will remain on the market. It’s up to us to make the right choices for our health. Great video though!

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