A homemade face mask is a great option if you want to pamper your skin with simple ingredients. This homemade face mask is affordable, all-natural, and simple to make. I love to shop for tea-infused beauty products in the stores. However, I prefer to make my DIY face masks. A green tea mask can be used to clean and brighten your skin. This will soothe and moisturize your skin, leaving you feeling super rejuvenated. You can cancel your plans and make this green tea face mask home.
Green Tea Face Mask Benefits
It is easy and inexpensive to make your own green tea face mask. Each ingredient in a DIY face mask has its health benefits.
Matcha Green Tea
Green tea is rich in antioxidants. This recipe uses Matcha which is powdered green tea.
This means that you won’t need to steep green tea in water for the mask but will instead use the whole leaves in powdered form for maximum skin benefits!
Matcha is a green tea that contains more tea leaves than other types. This means you get more health benefits. This is also true when you apply it topically.
Matcha is an excellent choice for fighting inflammation because it’s a rich source of antioxidants. Matcha can reduce oily skin, make your skin smoother and give you a dewy glow.
I do not recommend using a ceremonial mix to make this face mask to save money. You can use a lower quality, but it will be less expensive (e.g., culinary or latte).
Honey is an excellent match for green tea because of its naturally antibacterial qualities. It helps to brighten your skin by hydrating it.
A honey face mask can also nourish and clear the skin.
Unpasteurized honey is best if the primary goal is to reduce inflammation.
Aloe vera has been applied to the skin for almost 5000 years. It soothes and cools the skin after a long time in the sun. This can also be helpful in this green tea facemask.
This ingredient can be used in place of water. It is optional. However, it can be used if you have it and want to give your skin some moisture.
Aloe vera also has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.
How to use this DIY Green Tea Face Masque
Warm water is best for your skin before you use it. Warm water can open your pores.
Use a brush, fingers, or a spoon to apply a thin mask layer to your neck and face.
You can leave the mask on until it dries. For 10-15 minutes, set a timer.
After the time has expired, rinse with warm water and pat dry.
This green tea face mask can I store?
This mask can be used within one day. It should not be stored for later use.
These instructions are sufficient for one use.
How to make a Green Tea Face mask
You can also download an instruction card at the end of this article!
Here’s what you need:
1 Tablespoon Matcha
1 teaspoon liquid honey
One teaspoon of aloe Verde (optional).
Mix matcha green tea powder, liquid honey, and aloe vera in a small bowl.
To make a thick, mask-like consistency, add a little warm water. The consistency should be like a paste and not runny. Whether or not you have used aloe Verde will affect the amount of warm water that you need. Consider adding about 1/2 teaspoon of warm water to the aloe vera.
After patch-testing your new mask, wash your face and dry it. The mask should be applied to the neck and face. Use a face brush, fingers, or a spoon to apply the mask. It can get messy, so be careful.
You can leave the mask on for between 10 and 15 minutes or until it dries completely.
Use warm water to wash your face. After you have dried your skin, moisturize. Enjoy your fresh feeling skin!