Use Black Tea to Get Rid of Spots and Acne


Spots, pimples, zits, breakouts, bumpy – uneven pores and skin… it is a nightmare for anybody of any age.

I used to undergo dreadfully with it, nothing labored for me… aside from a small variety of merchandise (face washes, scrubs and so on) – however solely quickly.

A cause that they do not work and why I now not used them is as a result of they drastically alter the PH ranges in your pores and skin, stripping away important oils.

This leaves your pores and skin sore and brittle; inflicting simple harm to it.

After utilizing them, your pores and skin is left with out its pure oils and PH stability, and so your pores and skin tries to compensate by excreting extra oils.. in an try and re-balance them.

This means a better degree of oil/grease in your face, clogging up your pores and inflicting filth to get trapped in them. This turns into sebum (the white substance which seems in spots) and comprises micro organism which may unfold – inflicting extra spots to type.

You’re pores and skin wants one thing which is not going to strip away any layers of pores and skin or trigger a pointy alteration of your pure oil degree or PH stability.

This is the place black tea is available in.

Natural compounds present in black tea are wonderful on your pores and skin, soothing however strict.

The caffeine content material within the tea is excessive, that means its an ideal supply so that you can use – particularly in your eyes.

The pores and skin round your eye space is skinny, and I imply paper skinny. This means it’s simple for stuff to get absorbed into the pores and skin and deeper down – which might be each dangerous and good!

The dangerous is that any filth or grease will probably get trapped fairly simply right here and trigger spots to type. Not solely that, however stress, lack of sleep, food regimen, skincare: these can all trigger these darkish circles beneath your eyes (normally known as ‘black luggage’).

The good is that the caffeine in tea might help promote and implement increased ranges of blood movement, that means extra blood to return to the attention and can flush out the darkness.

Tea is a pure astringent, that means it can dry up and tighten pores and skin. This is actually vital when coping with spots, zits, pimples and so on…

This is as a result of, drying out the spot will successfully do away with it and tightening the pores and skin will trigger the pores to shut and forestall any filth or grease entering into them, which will get trapped and causes extra spots.

The different compounds within the black tea act as a soother, decreasing and eradicating the blotchy/crimson patches which may seem in your pores and skin; typically these are bumps on the pores and skin which are not fairly spots however aren’t flat.

Black tea is a good way to deal with your spots as a result of it really works rapidly and used as a part of a every day skincare routine will depart you with cleaner, more healthy and brighter wanting pores and skin.

How to use black tea to spots

You’ll want:

  • A tea bag
  • A cup
  • Hot water
  • Cold water
  1. Find a cup, fill with heat water (A mixture of 2 elements scorching water and 1 half chilly water works greatest).
  2. Dip the tea bag into the water, leaving it to saturate the water for a couple of minutes.
  3. When the water is a darkish brown, take the tea bag out and a dab it onto the spots or zits space.
  4. Repeat this for a couple of minutes; the tea will dry fairly rapidly and so you should use numerous the water.
  5. Leave in a single day, do not wash off immediately!
  6. In the morning now you can use a plain face wash to take away any tea residue which may be left.
  7. You’ll discover your pores and skin feels firmer, softer, your spots will scale back and any crimson marks will fade.


You can use the tea bag (or two) in your eyes after apply to the spots. You can do that by place them in your eyes and depart for a great 15 to 30 minutes.

Do this nightly and you will see an enormous distinction! The darkness will fade beneath your eyes.

Source by James T Parsons