This is a very easy and quick recipe that I make when I have breakouts and my skin is dehydrated at the same time, which usually happens to me in Summer no matter how much water I drink ^^
About the ingredients
Honey is one of the best natural hydration boosters available. It will leave your skin soft and moisturised. Packed with many vitamins, honey also has skin regenerating and cicatrizing properties. It is naturally antibacterial, so it’s great for acne treatment and prevention.
Matcha green tea
Matcha green tea can protect the skin against sun damage and solar UV-induced skin disorders, such as photoaging and skin cancer. A 2003 study by the Medical College of Georgia also showed that green tea aids skin rejuvenation with potential benefits for skin conditions as diverse as psoriasis, rosacea, wrinkles and wounds. Matcha also modulates sebum, balances hormones and has antibacterial effects, and all of that improves acne.
For more information on using matcha green tea in DIY skincare, click here to check out my blog post entitled “What are the health and beauty benefits of Matcha green tea?”.
What you’ll need
A plastic or glass bowl
Honey – 4 spoons
Matcha Green Tea – 1 spoon
Water – 1 spoon
Mix all ingredients together in a bowl, adding water last. Stir well.
After exfoliating your skin, apply the mask on your face with your fingers, avoiding the eyes area and the mouth.
Leave it on your face for 20 minutes. Wash with warm water and apply a moisturiser straight away.
This mask will leave your face soft, less irritated and well hydrated ?
Let me know if you have any questions in the comments below ^^
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