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Why is Tea Good for the Skin?

Why is Tea Good for the Skin? 0

Green tea, Black tea, Rooibos, and various teas have for awhile now been portrayed as being exceptionally good for the skin - with modern studies confirming this.

Why?

The reasons are a combination of factors and can't be pinned on just one element. Let's go through the main reasons as to why tea is great for the skin!

I Feel Bloated. Which Tea is Good?

I Feel Bloated. Which Tea is Good? 0

It's christmas day and you're feeling bloated. Oh no! Well it's okay actually, there's some things we can do about that. There are a range of teas with proven results that naturally assist with that uncomfortable bloating feeling associated with overeating.
Manuka Honey Grades, and Tea

Manuka Honey Grades, and Tea 0

Australia and New Zealand are the worlds biggest producers of something called 'Manuka Honey', which has been undeniably popular over the past couple of years - found in anywhere from chemists to the supermarket and with price ranging from as little as $10 to over $100, depending on the origin and antibacterial grading.
  • Toby Gospodarczyk
The Origin Stories of Chinese Tea

The Origin Stories of Chinese Tea 0

China is home to a variety of rather interesting types of teas that mostly differ to what we're accustomed to here. While the types of tea the Chinese tend to drink may seem limited, the variation within those types can be extremely varied and with great importance being placed on the mountain/field of origin, along with the age in some types of teas too.
Health Benefits of Teas and Tisanes

Health Benefits of Teas and Tisanes 1

We recently found a great infographic (down below) that illustrates an easy to read flow chart containing some well known herbal teas, along with the reasons they are commonly used.
Tea Packs and Gifts for Weddings

Tea Packs and Gifts for Weddings 0

Wedding gifts are an important and lasting memory of that special day, and with tea becoming a trending idea for such occasions I thought I would talk about that a little here at Tea Life. The possibilities are numerous, with personalized name tags, test tubes, a variety of stunning colours and flavours to choose from, and if you really want to go all out - adding a tea strainer to each gift pack.
  • Toby Gospodarczyk
  • Tags: wedding
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Brilliant Herbal Tea

I give you 5 stars on everything. The service is quick, your pricing is reasonable. You have a easy website to use and the description of your tea is very informative.
I also find that the tea is doing exactly what you said it would do for my husband. He is very happy with it. Planning on buying the Turmeric Tea later. Can I use the Turmeric Tea in hot milk instead of water. I currently make it with the spice Turmeric, ginger, a little black pepper, honey and coconut oil with hot milk to help with my type 2 diabetes and also my arthritis.

Hi Narelle, thanks for your great review! Re Tumeric Tea: Yes it's very common for people to place this with milk - which I'll add to the teas description now on the website if that information isn't there!

The tea is delicious and arrived quickly. Would definitely buy again!!

Hi Clare, thank you for your review - much appreciated! This one is blended in house with fresh leaves.
Rich and Flavoursome

I love hibiscus tea after having been given some as a gift from Bali. I have been looking everywhere for something similar and am delighted with the Organic product from Tea Life! You don't need much tea to create a good strong cup and I manage to get at least two mugs worth out of the same flowers. In tea heaven!

Thank you for your review Keva! Definitely not much is needed, with a few customers saying on their first brew they made it waaaaaay too strong.
Cocoa husk tea

Delicious, and organic!
I’m very pleased with my purchase.

Hi Tracy, Thanks for your review! That's a good question and I'm still unsure why too! I'm trying to find out, along with trying to source this for a cheaper rate. The inside parts are called 'nibs' and really very very cheap when compared with the husk.
Yarrow tea

Ordered this tea to use for its antinflammatory properties. It smells lovely, packaged in resealable bag and is very mild to drink. Appears fresh.

Hi Rosalyn, Thank you for your review on our Yarrow tea!