For a face scrub, mix 1 teaspoon of fine cornmeal
or oatmeal with cooled chamomile tea brew. Apply on face and neck.
Rub off gently when dry. This scrub is not recommended for sensitive
Another exfoliating paste would be using
chamomile tea brew with powdered milk. Rub gentle and wash with warm
water when dry.
Rinse your face with brewed tea solution. Tea
acts as an astringent, so it works well on pimples.
To strengthen hair, warm 1/2 cup olive oil, 2
teaspoons fresh ground lavender and the dry contents of 2 peppermint
tea bags (easily available in departmental stores). Massage into
scalp over damp hair. Cover hair for 20-25 minutes to keep the heat
in. Shampoo and rinse hair. Repeat this treatment once a month. A
great nourisher and hair strengthening agent.
Tea also makes excellent hair colour. Itís cheap
and can be easily made at home. Make a pot of medium strength tea,
strain and cool. Pour as last rinse over shampooed hair. This tea
rinse imparts color to hair. For a glossy look on your hair, polish
it gently with a silk scarf. Alternatively, to colour hair, you can
mix henna with tea when applying the henna pack to your hair.
toothaches, apply spent tea leaves on affected tooth till you manage
the visit to the dentist.
Be a Tea Drinker