Harlequin Glow - Tea for Hair, Skin & Nails
This tea is floral and soothing - tasting of roses. Each small batch is hand blended to perfection using all natural, premium dried flowers and herbs, sourced from the highest quality heritage growers from around the world. The combination of the ingredients in this tea provides benefits to skin health and appearance.
Enjoy anytime for a deliciously soothing and relaxing treat. Recommended to drink hot, sweet or un-sweet.
- Caffeine Free
- less than 5 calories per serving
Roses have been used for cultural and medicinal purposes for thousands of years. Rose tea is rich in antioxidants, particularly rich in gallic acid. Roses in all forms have become increasingly more popular because of the benefits they provide in boosting collagen production within the body. Rose tea is historically popular for reducing severity of allergic reactions and it's anti-inflammatory properties. In traditional Chinese medicine Rose tea is used to treat menstrual pain, but is also believed to support relaxation, stress reduction, and exhibits antidepressant effects when consumed regularly. (Source)
Eucalyptus Leaves, Portugal
Eucalyptus is an evergreen tree that’s widely used for its medicinal properties. Eucalyptus leaves are a great source of antioxidants, particularly flavonoids, which protect your body from oxidative stress and free radical damage. Using eucalyptus may improve dry skin by increasing its ceramide content. 1 Eucalyptus is widely believed to decrease symptoms of stress. Eucalyptus is also widely used as a natural cold remedy. (Source)
Marshmallow Root, Albania
Marshmallow Root tea has been used as a folk remedy for thousands of years to treat skin conditions, relieve respiratory discomfort and aid in digestion. The anti-inflammatory effect of marshmallow root may help relieve skin irritation caused by furunculosis, eczema, and dermatitis. Marshmallow root has antioxidant properties that may help protect the body from damage caused by free radicals. Marshmallow root may be used to enhance the appearance of skin that has been exposed to ultraviolet (UV) radiation (aka - the sun). Marshmallow root has antibacterial activity that make it effective in wound healing. Marshmallow root is also a diuretic which helps the body to flush out excess fluid, reducing the appliance of puffiness in the skin. Marshmallow root has also been known to act as an analgesic to relieve pain. (Source)
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1 Ceramides are a type of fatty acid in your skin that’s responsible for maintaining its barrier and retaining its moisture. Those who experience dry skin, dandruff, or skin disorders like dermatitis and psoriasis usually have lower ceramide levels.