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Get Your Skin Glowing with 8 DIY Green Tea Beauty Recipes

8 Incredible DIY Green Tea Beauty Recipes – rich in antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, anti-aging properties. All thanks to green tea’s amazing beauty benefits.

With the latest green tea matcha trend, most of us are aware of the health benefits of drinking green tea. But, do you know how to use green tea to make your skin glow?

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Tea bags, loose leaf tea, and matcha powder can all be used in green tea beauty recipes.

Rich in antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, anti-aging properties, green tea has amazing beauty benefits.  

It can be applied in an abundance of natural ways to help smooth, hydrate, tighten, and brighten your skin. Use it one of these green tea beauty recipes for results you’ll want to share!

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How to Create Authentic Green Tea Body Butter

There are two times of year when my skin needs more than a standard lotion. The dry air in the winter and summer months often leave my skin feeling dehydrated and well, itchy.

Unlock the benefits of green tea and hydrate your skin naturally with an authentic green tea body butter. So simple it’s made with only 2 ingredients, grab the recipe here. (pictured bottom left in the photo above)

Green Tea Body Mist

  1. Add two tablespoons of loose leaf green tea to 4 cups of water.
  2. Boil at a soft boil for 20 minutes then allow to cool.
  3. Strain cooled green tea water into an 8-ounce mist bottle and store in the refrigerator.

To use lightly spray green tea body mist on your skin to shrink pores, hydrate, and refresh for a healthy glow.

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Kyla of A Life Adjacent says, “20 minutes of this mask will take you from puffiness level 10 to dare I say, normal. It’s that good.” Made with green tea matcha powder, coffee and other ingredients from the kitchen.

She concludes this is by far one of the most helpful DIY recipes in her beauty arsenal.

It’s not necessary for every day, but it comes in handy before an event or if you’d like a little extra boost. (pictured bottom right in the photo above)

Homemade Green Tea Body Scrub Recipe

Reap the many benefits of green tea in this homemade green tea body scrub recipe.

Loaded with exfoliating and moisturizing skin loving ingredients for soft smooth skin. Try this all natural green beauty recipe today! (pictured top right in the photo above)

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Matcha Bath Melts

These luxurious DIY matcha bath melts are made with skin soothing oils, so they’re the perfect remedy for dry winter skin according to the natural beauty experts at Hello Glow.

Next time your skin needs a little TLC, just drop one of these matcha melts into the tub as it fills with water.

The hot water melts the oils while you wait, so you can just climb in and let the nourishing oils and soothing green tea go to work. (pictured top right in the photo above)

Green Tea Eye Mask

One of the things I love about making DIY green tea beauty recipes is finding ways to reuse and save money.

  1. For this green tea beauty hack simply brew a cup of green tea and allow it cool in the refrigerator.
  2. Then soak two resusable cotton round pads in the chilled green tea. (Want to make your own reusable cotton rounds? Grab my tutorial here!) 
  3. Squeeze out the excess liquid and cut or fold in half each cotton round.
  4. Then place one under each eye to reduce puffiness and improve dark circles.

DIY Matcha Green Tea Bath Bombs

Matcha green tea has so many benefits when you drink it and soaking in it is amazing for your skin, not mention I love the scent blending with essential oils.

Try it today with this simple beauty recipe for matcha green tea bath bombs. (pictured bottom right in the photo above)

Green Tea Pore Tightening Cubes

Utilize caffeine found in green tea to tighten pores with this beauty hack!

  1. Simply add two bads of green tea to one cup of boiling water.  
  2. Brew for three minutes, then remove from heat and allow to cool.
  3. Remove the tea bag and add three drops each of lavender and tea tree essential oil.
  4. Pour into an ice cube tray, place in the freezer and allow to freeze.

Once frozen, pop out one green tea pore tightening cube and apply in a circular motion your skin.

The combination of green tea and essential oils will help tighten pores, reduce inflammation, and control the production of sebum oil. All of which is helpful in preventing breakouts!


8 Green Tea Beauty Recipes and Secrets RevealedThere you have it, eight incredible DIY green tea beauty recipes revealed. Giving you eight reasons to start putting green tea on your skin!


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  1. Due to many autoimmune issues and sensitivities I am unable to use commercial beauty products (and wouldn’t want to really) so I enjoy finding new natural beauty treatments! I love green tea but I have not tried it on my skin. Thanks so much for sharing this post at TFT!
    Pinning to my all natural Healing board!

    1. lifenreflection says:

      Amber, I with you there! I don’t why anyone would want to keep using commercial beauty products after all we’ve learned about them. Besides it’s so much fun to make our own, especially when it includes favorites like green tea!!

  2. Does this need to be made with a specific matcha powder?
    I have Tenzo Tea’s organic matcha but a lot of them look the same

    1. lifenreflection says:

      Any matcha powder will do really

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