Four Herbal Teas for Younger Looking Skin

These teas are ideal for achieving younger looking skin naturally. However, if you notice itchiness or other side effects when you apply them, you should stop application immediately and rinse completely.
Four Herbal Teas for Younger Looking Skin

Written by Okairy Zuñiga

Last update: 26 May, 2022

Do you want to keep your skin looking young, healthy, and beautiful? Most people would love to have younger looking skin. However, with age, we notice that our skin becomes thinner, less firm, and starts to show the first signs of fine lines.

There are many beauty products available to fight this, but we know that people don’t always have the resources to buy all of these creams.

The good news is that you can keep your skin looking young for a longer period of time if you remember to:

  • Hydrate internally and externally.
  • Carry out a beauty routine that cleans and exfoliates to remove dead skin cells that make skin look dull.
  • Avoid smoking and alcohol.
  • Sleep at least 8 hours a night so the body can regenerate and repair cells.

The first tea can be a complement to the other herbal teas. They’re all delicious and are great to share with friends to relax after a long workday.

1. Chamomile tea

Chamomile is one of the most used herbs in the kitchen and is considered medicinal because of its many benefits. One of its main uses is that it acts as an assistant to fight slow digestion and can help treat minor burns.

Chamomile tea.

In terms of the skin, chamomile tea has anti-inflammatory and calming properties that can alleviate problems caused by:

  • Eczema.
  • Minor wounds.
  • Acne.
  • Allergies.

You can drink it as tea or apply it as a tonic directly to the skin.

We recommend both options: apply it to the skin to treat minor issues when they appear and also incorporate it into your daily diet. Using it both ways ensures that you’ll reap all of its benefits when it comes to having younger looking skin.

You can also use it as a mask to even your skin tone and reduce blemishes on your face, elbow, or any other part of your body.


  • 1/2 cup of chamomile tea (100 ml)
  • 1/2 teaspoon of honey (3.75 g)


  • Apply to the desired area and leave on for 15 minutes.
  • Rinse with warm water.

2.  Dandelion tea

Dandelions are usually used more for decorative purposes than for its nutrients. However, it has many qualities that will help you achieve younger looking skin since its juice, just like its tea, has antioxidants, diuretics, and purifiers.
Dandelion tea can be used to treat acne because it helps eliminate toxins through our sweat glands and urination.

When these toxins aren’t eliminated correctly, they build up and cause acne. By consuming this tea, you can reduce skin inflammation and imperfections.

Dandelion is rich in antioxidants. Thus, it helps minimize the effects of free radicals in the body and skin. In addition, drinking this tea can help you reduce:

  • Fine lines and laugh lines.
  • Blemishes.
  • Wrinkles around your lips and eyes.

At the same time, dandelion root tea nourishes, reaffirms, and tones sagging skin.

3. Lemon balm tea for younger looking skin

Lemon balm is an excellent relaxer when it’s used as a massage oil or after shaving to relax your skin. Also, it has toning properties that help improve your skin’s appearance when it looks dry and tired. Drinking it in tea form can give you the same results, but with more lasting effects.

4. Mint tea

Mint leaves are useful for treating acne and helping your skin look younger and healthier thanks to its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. You can drink this tea or apply it as a tonic.

Read on: Discover the Multiple Health Properties of Mint Tea

You get the following benefits from drinking this tea:

  • Your blemishes will clear up.
  • It’s a great moisturizer for combination skin since it controls oil production and moisturizes at the same time.
  • Eliminate fine lines.
  • Your skin will look brighter and healthier.
  • It will calm the irritation and itching caused by insect bites.

If you want to boost its effects, try applying the mint tea directly to your skin with a cotton ball. After 10-15 minutes, rinse with water. After a while, you’ll notice brighter looking skin.

Including herbal teas into your beauty routine is, without a doubt, a great alternative. They aren’t just delicious and help you relax. These teas also help improve your physical appearance.

We’re sure that with these four herbal teas you’ll notice younger looking skin. 

To complement their effects, remember to:

  • Drink enough water.
  • Wash your face daily.
  • Try to use natural and hypoallergenic makeup.
  • Eat a healthy diet.

All cited sources were thoroughly reviewed by our team to ensure their quality, reliability, currency, and validity. The bibliography of this article was considered reliable and of academic or scientific accuracy.

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This text is provided for informational purposes only and does not replace consultation with a professional. If in doubt, consult your specialist.