Inner Beauty

TEAJust because I haven’t been talking about juicing, organic produce and eating gluten-free carbs doesn’t mean I stopped trying to be healthy.

On the contrary, I’ve been actively searching for a Beauty Powder to add into my morning smoothies and so far the only one I am interested in is not available in the states.  I’m sad about this.

However I recently had an amazing facial at the St.Regis Spa, where Nida gave me some beauty education.  She told me that drinking Chamomile tea helps diffuse redness.

VitaminsMy issues with red skin are my tiny broken capillary veins, these were caused by my washing my skin in hotter water than normal.  No one ever told me not to cleanse my skin with hot water, that’s apparently a  big no, no.

Now I drink green tea and  a cup of chamomile every morning, on top of my two liters of water.

I also take two important vitamins, a Charcoal Cap for detoxification and a Chlorophyll vitamin for inner healthy skin.

However I will say this, if you’re going to eat non-gluten-free carbs, make sure that your bread, cake or cookies were made fresh that morning.  Don’t buy your treat if it comes out of a box.

What’s your favorite tea?


Published by Anita Rivas

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8 thoughts on “Inner Beauty

  1. My favorite tea is ginger honey, made with real ginger and honey. You just keep it in a jar in the fridge and add to hot water. I also like Yogi Tea’s Healthy Skin Tea, great option for additional hydration!

    1. Hmm. I need to add a Ginger to my routine. I’m going to have to see if Tulsi makes one. I’m really into certified organic whenever I can. Thank you for the tip. Or do you make your own Ginger and honey blend? Xxxx

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