Every type of tea known to man, including green, black, and red, have been used to make the overall health and appearance of skin and hair very flawless for centuries. Rich in antioxidants and anti-aging and anti-inflammatory properties, tea is one of the most powerful home remedies because of its versatility.

Here are nine amazing beauty benefits of tea.

1. Adds shine to dull, lackluster hair.
A hair rinse using green or black tea will boost dry and dull hair strands. Simply steep tea bags in boiling water for 15 minutes and allow to cool for a few hours or overnight. Pour it onto freshly-washed hair and leave on for ten minutes. Be sure to shampoo and condition afterward to seal in the shine.

2. Soothes sunburns.
Did you miss a spot with your sunscreen and ended up with a sunburn? Cold compresses that are made out of teabags can really help to relieve pain and reduce redness. You should try it immediately.

3. Gets rid of feet odor
Smelly feet can be plain annoying, and this is the absolute truth. To solve, strip off your shoes and socks and soak your feet in a cool solution made out of boiled tea. The tannic acid in tea is both antibacterial and antifungal, so it stops feet from sweating and smelling funny.

6. Tones and moisturizes dry skin
Spray cool green tea onto your face (you can also apply it with a cotton ball) twice a day to draw out blackheads, shrink large pores, and get a healthy glow.

7. Minimizes Mosquito bites.
We love laying outside and taking fresh air, but we sure hate mosquito bites. To reduce the sting and bumps of these bites, apply a used cold tea bag directly to the area, and relax.

8. Reduces puffy eyes and dark under-eye circles.
Many beauty experts have sworn by this cheap puffy eye treatment. The caffeine helps to shrink blood vessels underneath the skin and eliminates darkness around the eye area.

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