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DIY Homemade Green Tea Scrub
Why should exfoliation?
With regular exfoliation comes great skin – its barrier functions are better, reduces bacteria buildup and breakouts, and the skin will look better, too. During exfoliation, superficial skin cells send signals to the layers of cells below to increase new cell production. This speeds up cell renewal and returns radiant skin to its youthful glow. In addition, exfoliating helps your skin absorb moisturizer and any other skin care products you use more efficiently. This is particularly important during colder weather.
While you’re at it, the exfoliation process – if done right with the right products and tools – will remove oil, surface level dirt, and any leftover residual makeup. These are other reasons why the double cleanse method can be a smart and effective part of your skin regimen. Gentler exfoliation twice a week in smaller increments is easier on the skin. Like anything, doing it regularly and more often makes the entire process better and smoother.
Exfoliating with matcha powder is a popular beauty tips
How to make homemade scrub with matcha tea powder
1 cup white caster sugar
⅓ cup organic coconut oil
¼ cup extra virgin olive oil
1 teaspoon matcha green tea powder
Step 1: In a bowl, combine both coconut oil and matcha green tea powder.
Step 2: Mix together until it’s a thick paste.
Step 3: If you find that the green tea scrub is too wet, just add more tea powder. If you find it is too dry, add a bit more coconut oil.
Step 4: Add sugar.
Step 5: Mix the ingredients together until it’s smoothly.
Now you have a great homemade scrub to apply when needed with a light tea fragnance.