White Tea for Skin Whitening

White tea is a special tea made from the youngest and newest leaves and buds of the tea plant camellia sinensis. This mother tea plant is not the origin of white tea only. It is also the source of the famed green teas and black teas. But what draws the line of difference between this white tea and other members of the leaf family is that fact that the leaves of white tea are harvested just before the bud opens to ensure they are the freshest. Plus white tea undergoes the least processing procedures than others.

It is known as one of the best all-around "superfoods," loaded with antioxidants that reduce inflammation and promote skin whitening.

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Natural Skin Whitening

There are more to this tea aside its unique natural and soft taste - it on the list of most wanted solutions of light evenly tone skin. The leaves work wonders in natural skin whitening because it contains polyphenol that contributes to reducing the production of melanin and improves blood flow which ultimately improves the skin’s complexion.

With hectic work and stress, your skin gets sadly loaded up with impurities, dead cells, and dirt that darken the complexion. But exfoliating with white tea can get all of that out and restore a pleasant brightness to your skin.

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Other White Tea Skin Care Benefits

  • Eliminates Free Radicals Free radicals and the UV rays of the sun damage the beauty of the skin by speeding up the signs of skin ageing, like the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. But white tea has a rich store of antioxidants that is up to the task of flushing out the free radicals that tend to make the skin look older, so nothing stops you from enjoying a youthful skin.

  • Hydrate the Skin Too Your skin needs to drink also to stay healthy and supple. But when the sky gets thirsty, it begins to appear dry, flaky, and dull, losing its youthful look. Faithful intake of white tea could help with this one. White tea also hydrates the skin and gives it just enough moisture to stay plump, succulent, and young.

  • It Exfoliates the Skin Dry white tea leaves or buds in honey make a perfect exfoliator. Rubbing the mix in circles over the face or the entire surface of the skin does the entire trick. This effectively removes dead cells and allows the skin to breathe properly to stay healthy.

  • It Protects the Skin Polyphenols are naturally occurring antioxidants that are healthy for the skin, and white tea has got plenty of it, and plenty of it in this tea makes it a powerful antioxidant. This is good news. The presence of active antioxidants protects the skin from sun UV rays and free radicals that could damage the skin, leaving it dull and totally unattractive.

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Lozano Skincare's SkinTea Active Renewal Masque is suitable for all skin types - including mature and acne prone skin. With antioxidant rich White Tea alongside moisture binding Hyaluronic Acid, exfoliator Lactic Acid and Collagen stimulant; Glycolic Acid, together they will help remove dead skin and pollution from your skin, unclog pores, reduce those visible signs of wrinkles and make your whole face look brighter.

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