When applied to skin, its strong antioxidants along with vitamins E and C fight the free radicals that can cause premature aging. And tea is also an astringent that will help with puffy eyes and blemishes, as well as toning lips, perking up the complexion, highlighting hair, and making our feet smell sweet. Plus its tannins are great at soothing sunburns.

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Source: http://www.care2.com/greenliving/black-tea-kitchen-cupboard-beauty.html

Posted 4/25/2014

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