tea for acne

Tea for Acne

Tea for Skin

Acne present in young people is a skin condition localized, most commonly, at face level, but can spread to the back, shoulders and even chest. It is caused by hormonal imbalances that are hard to pinpoint and treat.

Acne is split-up into 2 main groups:

1. Non-inflammatory acne (comedones) – this type of acne includes  blackheads and whiteheads.

2. Inflammatory acne – papules, pustules, nodules and cysts are part of this category.

The following list contains tea recipes and methods of applying them to the skin that can be used to treat acne:

Bur tea

You will need:

Bur (flowers and leaves)

Mallow (diced root and flowers)

Onion (grated)

Sage (flowers and leaves)

Preparation: Boil 1 liter of water for 5 minutes and let it cool down until it is lukewarm. Place the mentioned ingredients in the water, mix, and let it stew for 5 hours in a sealed container. Strain the mixture and pour the extract into a clean plastic container, adding water to it until it hits the 1 liter mark again.

Use 1: Every morning for 5 days, boil the resulted extract again and let it cool for 10 minutes. Clean your hands in the hot mixture, let it cool and place it back in the non-metallic container.

Use 2: Using clean cotton swabs, dip them in the extract and apply to the affected areas.

Seagrass tea

You will need:

Seagrass (50 g)

Yarrow (50 g)

Juniper fruit (25 g)

Thyme leaves (50 g)

Rosemary (50 g)

Preparation and use: Mix the ingredients and boil them in 250 ml of clean water. Cool for 5 minutes and strain into a clean cup. Drink the resulting beverage every evening after dinner.

Poplar tea

You will need:

Poplar buds (1 teaspoon per 250 ml of water)

Preparation and use: Boil 2 teaspoons of poplar buds in 500 ml of water and let it cool for 10 minutes. Strain and use the brew for poultices or baths.

Marigold tea

You will need:

Marigold flowers ( 20 g per 1 l of water)

Preparation and use: Boil 20 g of marigold flowers in 1 l of clean water and let it cool for 10 minutes. Strain and use the brew for poultices or baths.

Read more recipes for tea against acne in the second part of this article







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