DIY Green Tea Facial Mist
We’ve developed a DIY green tea facial mist. Quickly make a shelf-stable hydrating spray using at-home face mist ingredients. These make facial spray directions are so simple. Even more, the uses for green tea face spray are incredibly beneficial.
DIY Green Tea Facial Mist
First of all, there are a million and one recipes on the internet for facial mist. We know because we’ve tried many of them. Most noteworthy, our DIY green tea facial mist is different. Above all, we set out to make shelf-stable hydrating spray. Hence, with the addition of Citric Acid (used in many commercially available facial mists) your mist will last longer. Even more, you will notice that almost all the at-home face mist ingredients on the list are optional. Likewise, you can make a hugely beneficial green tea mist using only quality water and green tea. You can certainly stop right there (and play some enhancement music to go with), with no additional ingredients. However, our facial spray directions include a few secrets. With premium facial mists costing a lot of money, make it yourself! We think we’ve developed the best recipe. Even more, there are many benefits and uses for green tea face spray. Put on some good music and let’s get mixing!
At-Home Face Mist Ingredients
Above all, your DIY green tea facial mist is going to be mostly water. Hence, to make shelf-stable hydrating spray, we start with good aqua. We, as people, are made up of mostly water. So certainly, use a quality source. We recommend distilled, deionized, or purified water. Furthermore, the only other item on our list at-home face mist ingredients that is required is green tea. You can certainly go with tea bags or loose-leaf tea. Just as we always recommend, be mindful of what you put in your body. Also, our facial spray directions include a few optional ingredients. Witch hazel is widely known for its ability to ease inflammation and soothe sensitive skin. The antioxidants in rosewater protect the cells in the skin against damage. Even more, rosewater reduces the appearance of lines and wrinkles. (Want more benefits of water outside of a facial mist? Read this.) Citric acid acts as a preservative, and is not required if you will be using your mist quickly. Finally, you will soon be reaping the many benefits and uses for green tea face spray after just a little mixing.
- 1 Cup Water (Distilled, Deionized, or Purified)
- 1-2 Green Tea Bags
- 1 Teaspoon Witch Hazel (Optional)
- 1 Teaspoon Rosewater (Optional)
- ¼ Teaspoon Citric Acid (Optional)
- 1-2 Drops Essential Oil (Jojoba, Chamomile, jasmine) (Optional)
- Coffee Filter (Optional)
- Water Mister Spray Bottle (Optional)
Facial Spray Directions
Finally! Ready to mix your DIY green tea facial mist? Do a quick mindful meditation and let’s begin. All you need to do to make shelf-stable hydrating spray is boil you water and steep your tea. Remove tea bags and let cool. Furthermore, there are some additional at-home face mist ingredients you can add. Most noteworthy, witch hazel and rosewater have amazing anti-inflammatory properties. Hence, a few splashes of those will take your mist to the next level. Even more, our facial spray directions also call for citric acid. Above all, a preservative is optional but will make your mist last longer. Hence, if you will be using your spray often, it is not required. From here, the rest is up to you. Most noteworthy, there are loads of essential oils that have all kinds of desirable qualities. The uses for green tea face spray are many. We’ve covered many anxiety solutions here before, but this is a good one. All that is left to do is to put it into a spray bottle. If you are using an ultra-fine mist sprayer, we recommend straining your mist, so no green tea particles clog your sprayer. You can use a coffee filter for this. Finally, always do a skin patch test. Spray a small portion of your skin to make sure that you are not sensitive to any of the ingredients.
- Boil 1 Cup Distilled, Deionized, or Purified Water
- Steep 1-2 Green Tea Bags in Water for 4 Minutes
- Remove Tea Bags and add Witch Hazel, Rose Water, Citric Acid, and Essential Oil
- Dissolve all Ingredients and optionally filter through Coffee Filter
- Let Cool
- Pour Ingredients into Water Mister Spray Bottle
Uses for Green Tea Face Spray
You now have your very own DIY green tea facial mist. Most noteworthy, with the ability to make shelf-stable hydrating spray, there is no need for expensive premium mists. Even more, our at-home face mist ingredients are easy to find, and most are optional. Finally, with our facial spray directions complete, let us list the many uses for green tea face spray. The benefits are certainly many and proven. How will it effect your aura, do you think?
- 2003 study shows green tea prevents UVB light skin disorders.
- 2005 research shows improvement in skin elasticity in participants treated with green tea.
- 2012 review indicates green tea is effective against acne.
- 2013 study shows skin damage caused by sun reduced with application green tea.
- 2016 report proves green tea is beneficial in treating acne and oily skin.
- 2018 survey shows a significant compound in green tea exhibits many therapeutic properties.
Our DIY green tea facial mist is so easy. Above all, make a shelf-stable hydrating spray using at-home face mist ingredients in no time. These facial spray directions are so simple that you can do the whole thing in minutes. Even more, the uses for green tea face spray are incredibly beneficial.
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15 Replies to “DIY Green Tea Facial Mist”
There are a few good steps in here that you don’t see in other recipes. The citric acts as a preservative. I never use it because I go through it before it can go bad. But if you plan on holding on to a bottle go for it. You don’t hear to strain it too often. I’ve wasted several spray bottles that got clogged and damaged before I started doing this.
For years I put green tea bags on my eyes. Why did it never offer to be to use it as a spray?
Am I wrong or do you not see green tea facial mists on the market? Can anybody name some commercial ones? I’m not big on DIY stuff on my face.
Big tip on testing essential oil. I got a huge rash once not realizing I was allergic to certain essential oils.
I love that we live in a world where literally every ingredient on this list is available from amazon in 2 days.
We can go on and on about the benefits of drinking green tea, but here are just a few: research shows that green tea can create a stimulating effect to help keep us energized and focused, without the jittery side effects of coffee or espresso.
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I’ve been using a chamomile mist I make for years very similar to this. I do not even know how I ended up here, but I thought this post was good. I don’t know who you are but certainly you are going to a famous blogger if you aren’t already! 😉 Cheers!
Also a good base for some other ingredients like essential oils. Thanks!
I did this as a little fun project with my daughter last night and we are loving the mist.
I actually tried this last night. It is very basic but has a great feel on the skin. Green tea seems like a good addition to the stuff I use every day for skin care, but green tea products are very expensive. So this is helpful. Thanks.
I made this with some friends tonight. We all pitched in for bulk ingredients and made a lot. We are loving it. So refreshing.