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Tea Campaign

Tea promotion campaign by Indian Tea Association

 
 

*       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 skin. 

*       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.

*       To ease toothaches, apply spent tea leaves on affected tooth till you manage the visit to the dentist.

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