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Matcha green tea with Christal Clear Soaps

(Machta green tea Christal Clear Soaps)

The complex rich flavor and color provided by a properly steeped cup of matcha green tea are unmistakable. Matcha green tea served hot or cold with cream and a bit of natural sugar is one of my favorites go-to treats. With each way this tea is created into treats or drinks makes my heart happy. Green tea mochi ice cream treats are my favorite way to introduce new people to this tea. Once you fall for these treats of frozen delights you will be hooked, and intrigued to venture into all things green tea. If you have never tried a mochi treat or tea I recommend giving it a go!

(Green tea Christal Clear Soaps)

Green tea is added to many beauty products, topicals, and even hair products. Rich in natural antioxidants and caffeine this simple yet elegant ingredient lends a powerhouse of benefits for your skin to indulge. Taking the time to prepare a cup of matcha tea and savoring its flavor, can help to bring you into the here and now, helping us to focus on ourselves. Brewing this tea is often something that is used in meditation, and is cherished.

Brewing a cup of tea to use as a facial toner to use after washing can help to soothe skin and help keep it looking healthy. Keeping a spray bottle of distilled water brewed with green tea in the fridge during the summer to use on your skin after sitting in the sun can be one of the most satisfying things to use on the skin. Green tea and mint make for a wonderful soothing skin and hair tonic. Adding a few drops of vegetable glycerin can help make your tonic a bit more luxurious. Without preservatives to keep this tonic fresh, this mixture will only last about two weeks in the fridge before needing to be replaced.

Taking a few tea bags and tying them together, then draping them over your tub faucet while your bath water is running is another way to integrate green teas into your skincare regimen. Keeping the tea bags in the tub during bathing helps the tea to brew longer, and makes clean up a breeze. Coffee filters can also be used to make your teabags packed with any additional items like oatmeal, rice, and even flowers. These used tea bags make a marvelous addition to any compost piles, making sure that every bit of goodness can be used.

(Green tea face mask)

The finely powdered matcha can be mixed with a bit of liquid or even honey to make a paste for a face mask. This mask works wonders under and around your eyes and is a great way to pamper your skin. One of my favorite things about face masks is that they can be worn while doing chores, watching your favorite shows, or even while getting ready for the day. Multitasking has never been so simple, and good for you. Your chores may become something you look forward to if you pamper yourself along the way.

(Basket of natural colors of Christal Clear Soaps)

Making soaps in every color of the rainbow, the natural ingredients are easy to let shine as I introduce them into my batter one at a time. The deep color of the matcha tea is fabulous, and the way it fades over time brings another fascinating element. Many of my customers love to use this as a facial bar for the exceptionally creamy lather. These bars also tend to stay a bit softer than most of my soaps, many people like to slice these bars in half to make them last longer in the shower. (Remember to keep your soaps dry between use to help them last longer)

(Matcha green tea Christal Clear Soaps)

A well-stocked pantry can be an inspiration to any skincare enthusiast and is always one of my favorite places to start creating new recipes. Many of us crafters started experiments in the kitchen, and have never put an end to our curiosities. Keeping a recipes book or even a notepad helps to elevate your items and is a great way to. see what you like and don't like as an individual. Remember that each person has individual wants and desires out of each particular product, tailoring to your own needs and wants is a great way to learn how to customize products! This astonishing tea just may find its way into your pantry and heart.

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(Thank you from Christal Clear Soaps)

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Here is a list of my completed blogs! Learn a bit about Cold Process Soap and Christal Clear Soaps, and how I got started making all-natural fragrance-free soap.

5) Sand

6) Indigo

7 Rose & wildflower

8) holiday gifts

9) In the garden

10) What’s in my bag

11) Fall is here

12) Essential oils

13) Clays

14) Favorite self-care tips

(Green tea soap army)


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