2 Ways Tea Can Enhance Your Beauty

You wouldn’t normally think of a beverage as something that can enhance your beauty. Beyoncé didn’t market “Lemonade” as a fragrance or a beauty supplement, it was just the name of her most recent album. (Although, let’s be honest — if she had marketed lemonade as a beauty supplement, she would have made 200,000,000 jillion dollars).

Anyway, it’s true! Tea helps act as a dynamite beauty supplement. Here are two ways tea can enhance your beauty.
1 Tea Helps You Lose Weight Callout
Of course, we’re not implying that weight loss = beauty. But one way to be at your best is to be tip-top mentally, and weight loss provides a number of mental benefits. People who lose weight are less likely to feel depressed and they’re more likely to have peak self-esteem — two especially big issues with many in the older adult community. According to census and research data, some two million older Americans suffer from depression, which can lead to other negative health outcomes like heart disease

So grab some delicious weight loss tea. Our friends at Beleave Teas say a green tea, rich in antioxidants could be a big help to your weight loss efforts. But be careful! “You won’t be able to wash down a Big Mac with green tea and lose weight. But green tea certainly aids in the weight loss process, and paired with exercise and a healthy diet, can speed up your progress,” they say.
2 Fight Aging With Tea Callout
If only Ponce De Leon had known that the fountain of youth could be found in the teas of South Africa! He could have saved everybody a whole lot of trouble. Beleave cites studies that show how certain brands of tea, including rooibos tea, enhance beauty by working to reverse the aging process. Rooibos has medicinal properties, black tea helps fight tooth decay, and white tea smoothes out wrinkles. What a world!

Give some of these teas a try today, and you might just wake up feeling like Beyoncé every day.

Last updated: 11.22.2017

Disclaimer: This content is for informational purposes only and it is not meant to be relied on as medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Consult your physician before starting any exercise or dietary program or taking any other action respecting your health. In case of a medical emergency, call 911.

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