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McKinney, TX 75071

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Tea for Healthy Skin Benefits

Tea for Healthy Skin

Did you know tea can help promote healthy skin? We offer more than 100 teas and tisanes that hydrate, refresh and taste delicious. Whether it’s a classic pure tea, a blend of herbs and spices or a delicate white tea, we have the perfect one to promote healthy skin.

Minerals in Tea Promote Healthy Skin

Our beverage brings us so many benefits. Tea holds a variety of nutrients including polyphenols, EGCG and additional antioxidants, Vitamins B2 and C, beta-carotene and folic acid. There are also teas that can help reduce bad cholesterol and some that may help combat sleep issues.

Tea contains alpha-hydroxy acid and zinc which help ensure healthy skin. Tea is also packed with powerful antioxidants to neutralize free radicals, prevent cell degeneration and slow the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Your intake of vitamin C – especially present in Hibiscus Teas – may help keep your immune system strong. Vitamin C is an antioxidant and nutrient that is necessary to produce collagen and increase immune function, bone strength and iron absorption and promote healthy skin.

Tea also helps keep you hydrated, which is important for healthy skin, and also helps minimize wrinkles. Check out our blog post: Myth Busters: Is Tea Dehydrating?

Teas for Healthy Skin

Teas for Healthy Skin

It starts from within—“you are what you eat,” or in this case, drink. And it shows on the outside. With the huge variety in tea and you are sure to find many you enjoy!

Rooibos is an herb is filled with vitamins and minerals.  In South Africa, it has been used for years to treat a variety of skin conditions. The flavonoids in rooibos may encourage healing of skin conditions such as eczema and acne.

Green Tea is full of goodness. Free radical-fighting catechins, EGCG, may reduce damage and prevent wrinkle formation. These powerful catechins have also been shown to promote healthy cell growth. Select a green tea with citrus or add a squeeze of lemon for additional vitamin C.

White Tea is the least processed tea. The leaves simply picked, withered and dried. They are not oxidized, so they retain even more of their natural antioxidants and may contain higher amounts of polyphenols. Many people find the subtle sweet flavors of white teas provide an exquisite tea drinking experience as well.

See our Anti-Aging Teas collection for even more teas full of antioxidants and other beneficial nutrients that may help keep you at your best. And if you’d like to learn more about the basics of tea and its health benefits, check out our new Tea 101 Page!

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