Tips for Spa Day at Home

Tips for Spa Day at Home

It isn't always easy to visit a spa, so we love that beauty, fashion and lifestyle expert Jamie Krell, has shared some easy simple ideas to prep for a big event or occasion, or just use regularly for radiant skin every day!

1. Make a green tea and honey face mask to get glowing skin. Mix moistened green leaves (just cut open a green tea bag) with honey to form a paste and coat your entire face - leave for 15 minutes and rinse with warm water. Use once or twice a week leading up to your big event

2. Drink white tea (two cups a day!) since it’s known to be packed with anti-oxidants and protect skin – it also promotes healthy and radiant skin to give your complexion an all over glow. Think of it as “TeaGaming” - hydrating from the inside out to get ready for a big event. If you’re going to drink two cups a day, it needs to be a killer flavor that you’ll enjoy every time. One of Krell’s faves is Good Earth’s new Mango Me Crazy, a blend of bold, juicy fruit flavors. The brand’s fusions have pumped up flavors and unique combinations, and, even better, they’re made with all-natural ingredients and you don’t need to add any sweetener.

3. Go into your own kitchen cabinet! Use apple cider vinegar as a toner to keep skin looking tight and firm. Dilute with some water and use twice a day.

4. Mix baking soda with water and use as face wash or mix with some of your cleanser for an effective exfoliator. Helps with breakouts and to keep skin clear!

BONUS TIP: If you’re having the girls over for a spa day, make some funky tea mocktails with flavors as unique and bold as each friend! An easy and delicious option is a Mai Tea mocktail, made with Good Earth’s Tropical Rush™ – a green tea fusion with tropic-inspired flavors.

Spa Day at Home

Check out this healthy tea that you can enjoy as you get to relax in the comfort of your home.

Matcha Maker Shaker
1 bag Good Earth Matcha Maker tea
6 oz. hot water
1 tsp shredded or chopped fresh ginger
½ lime cut into two wedges

Steep Matcha Maker tea bag in hot water 3 minutes then cool in refrigerator 10-15 minutes
Muddle ginger, juice of one lime wedge
Add cooled tea and stir
Shake with ice then pour into your favorite glass
Garnish with remaining lime wedge

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