3 little known chai tea benefits for skin health

Even if you aren’t familiar with Chai, you will soon want to cozy up to it by the time you reach the end of this post, we guarantee it! Chai tea is black tea made with a warming blend of intoxicating herbs and spices, including ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg, cloves, and black pepper. You’ll feel an instant warming effect as the herbs and spices get to work at boosting your blood flow, but what if we told you that this circulation boost along with powerful antioxidants provides more than just a comforting feeling on a chilly day? Dive into our latest read where we let you in on all the ways this superstar can help to seriously improve your skin’s overall health and appearance! 1. Increased circulation stimulates collagen production Healthy circulation is imperative for collagen production and a lack of this structural protein will leave your skin sagging and at an increased risk of fine lines and wrinkles. By drinking an infusion of warming spices, you’ll help to boost your circulation naturally (just feel that healthy rush of blood around your body) and you’ll help to stimulate collagen production so you can enjoy a firmer, plumper, more youthful complexion. 2. Increased circulation also provides an instant glow So this is actually our favorite part of drinking Chai tea TBH… The instant rosy glow as our blood flows closer to the surface of our skin! Not only does improved circulation mean improved collagen production, it also means more luminous and radiant looking skin with a beautiful healthy flush. And these results are evident after just a few sips! 3. Spices help to reduce inflammation Another excellent perk of this unique blend of herbs and spices is the anti-inflammatory benefits they provide. Drinking chai tea regularly will help to reduce inflammation in your skin which will help to calm down any irritation associated with inflammatory skin conditions such as acne, rosacea or eczema. You may experience less redness and itchiness, some common uncomfortable side-effects of inflammation.

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