White Tea Benefits! Making Homemade Soap!

Discover the white tea benefits! This tea comes from the buds and young leaves of the Camelia sinuses plant, grown in China. There are four main varieties of white tea: Silver Needle, (Bai Hao Yinzhen), White Peony, (Bai Mudan), Long life eyebrow, (Shou Mei) and Tribute Eyebrow, (Gong Mei). The most popular and finest of these is the Silver Needle, (Bai Hao Yinzhen), white tea. White tea is a clear liquid, zero calorie, drink. It was the preferred tea of the Chinese royalty. Today, it’s widely available around the world. It has a delicate, light, slightly, sweet flavor.

WHITE TEA BENEFITS FOR SKIN: Anti-bacterial, Contains Antioxidants, High Catechin Content, Protects from UV light

When white tea is used in skin care products, such as soaps, lotions or creams, it can provide numerous benefits! Its antioxidants benefits help reverse the visible signs of aging, (fine lines, wrinkles, discolorations and spots). The powerful antioxidants combat free radicals that can cause sun damaged skin or, prematurely, aged skin. It protects the skin against UV light, preventing sun damage. It helps dispose of toxic substances, more effectively, cleansing the body from the inside out. The foods you eat and drink can affect the condition of your skin. It’s important to maintain a healthy eating and drinking regiment throughout life.

When white tea is used for making homemade soap, especially with goat milk, it provides an abundance of skin care benefits! This homemade soap contains the benefits of vitamins A, B, C, D, E and K along with antioxidants! It’s a naturally, antibacterial, homemade soap, too! Handmade experts confirm that goat milk is a main ingredient that makes a difference between regular, commercial, soap and a miraculous luxury item! This homemade soap will keep your skin close to its natural pH level, unlike harsh commercial soaps, that can strip the skin’s acid mantle. This explains the uncomfortable, itchy, tight, feeling of skin that so many people experience, after bathing. This has been the basis, for the claim, that soap should not be used on the face. This concern disappears when using goat milk soap! You can have soft, soothed and moisturized skin with no oily after effects.


If you’re interested in learning how to make soap, yourself, learn from a master soap maker. This will save you time, money and energy. He or she can guide you with, step-by-step, soap making instructions. You’ll be able to follow homemade soap recipes and make recipes yourself! Learn the best soap making equipment and soap making supplies to use. It may take time and effort through the learning process, but it’s well worth it for the maximum skin care benefits, in the long run!

Jacqueline M. Faulkner

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