DIY Green Tea Ice Facial

Good evening, beauties!

I hope that the short week has served its purpose and that you all are excited about the weekend! I know I am..woohoo!!  Now for a little business…LOL!

I heard about this DIY Green Tea Ice Facial and decided to give it a try! One thing about me, I will ALWAYS try something at least once! 🙂 I’ve been doing this for about 4 days now, and it’s pretty awesome! I don’t drink Green Tea because I really don’t dig the taste, but the antioxidants that it has are amazing. I’m more of a White Tea type of gal!  This Green Tea Ice Facial will help with redness, puffiness, large pores and it helps fight free radicals as well.  Here’s what you need:

1 bottle of water

Green Tea bags


Ice cube Tray

Vitamin E gel capsules

Warm up the water, but make sure it’s not too hot! Just warm enough to help extract the good stuff from the tea bags. Pour the water into a cup (if you warmed up the water in a cup you can skip this). Put a tea bag into the water and let it sit for a little bit.  Take 5 vitamin E capsules and with a toothpick, poke a hole in each one. Squeeze out the vitamin E oil and mix it in with the tea.  Stir it well and pour the mixture into an ice cube tray.  Leave it in the freezer for 45 mins to an hour. Don’t freeze it completely because you want to be able to put a toothpick in each cube and freeze overnight.

In the morning when you wake up, take it out of the freezer and let it thaw for a little while.  Not too long though! Just enough to be able to easily pull it out from its mold.  Rub the ice cube all over your face and massage the goods into your skin with your hands if you need to. You should feel instant cooling and best of all you should feel refreshed! You can do this daily if you need to! In fact, I recommend it!

I hope that you all give this a try and let me know what you think! As I always say, I would love to hear from you! 🙂

Have a beautiful evening my loves!

xoxo – LL

Quote of the day: “If you can’t figure out your purpose, figure out your passion. For your passion will lead you right into your purpose.” —Bishop T.D. Jakes



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