Does Chamomile Green Tea Work For Facial Redness?

By | June 7, 2023

Mild redness is usually not serious; however, it can be the cause of loss of self-confidence. But do not worry. We have a home remedy for you that can help you deal with facial redness.

facial rednessThe redness may be due to a skin condition, such as rosacea or endocrine disorders that aren’t easy to identify. (Source: Freepik)

Red, flushed skin can be caused by a number of factors, from hot weather to an intense workout to just plain embarrassment. But often the redness it may be due to a skin condition, such as rosacea or endocrine disorders that are not easy to identify.

Speaking about the skin condition, Dr Mamta Dhayal, MBBS, DDV, Dr Dhayals Skin Clinic, Mumbai said: ‘Facial redness can manifest itself as the presence of visible blood vessels, uneven texture of the skin around the nose or a red appearance cheeks These visual cues result from dilation of facial blood vessels, which can be attributed to various factors such as allergies, aging, sun damage, prolonged dry skin, or infections, adding that exposure to sunlight can contribute to redness flare-ups of the face because the ultraviolet radiation present in sunlight can aggravate the condition and intensify the redness.

While a slight flush is usually not serious, it can be the cause of loss of self-confidence. But do not worry. We have a home remedy for you that can help you deal with facial redness.

Sharing a tip for the same, Dr Manjot Marwah, a dermatologist, took to Instagram. A homemade trick to reduce redness on the face is chamomile green tea. Then, she has bisabolol, which is a great antioxidant that can help reduce rosacea and redness, she said.

However, she pointed out that there is a particular way you need to brew chamomile green tea. Beer green tea for facial toners it’s a simple process that requires just four simple steps.

*First, you’ll need to get some green tea, either loose leaf or in bags. We recommend loose leaves if possible as they have a higher concentration of antioxidants.

*Second, heat the water until it starts to boil. Not Boil the water for too long as this can reduce some of the beneficial properties of the tea.

* Third, steep the tea leaves in hot water for five minutes to get a strong extraction of the antioxidants and other beneficial compounds.

*Finally, strain the tea and let it cool before applying it to your face. When the tea is cool enough to touch, you can rub it on your face with a cotton ball or pad. Let the green tea sit on your face for five minutes before rinsing it off fresh water.

This blend can be used commercially when preserved with a preservative called BHT, which is available in most cosmeceuticals. Use it for at least 2-4 weeks before you start seeing results, noted Dr. Marwah.

Chamomile green tea contains antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds such as bisabolol and chamazulene. (Source: Freepik)

Explaining the benefits of chamomile green tea, Dr. Ramdas, Senior Dermatologist, Kamineni Hospitals, Hyderabad said, “It can help manage facial redness to some extent as it helps soothe the skin and reduce redness.” Chamomile green tea contains antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds such as bisabolol and chamazulene. These properties can help reduce inflammation and redness. However, he stressed that it’s important to note that individual results may vary and it’s always advisable to consult a dermatologist for an individualized treatment plan.

Additionally, Dr. Ramdas has recommended other methods to treat facial flushing, including:

*Using mild skin care products suitable for sensitive skin.
* Avoid triggers such as hot water, harsh soaps, and excessive sun exposure.
*Applying a cold compress or using over-the-counter creams or ointments recommended by a dermatologist.
*In some cases, prescription medication or laser treatments it could be necessary.

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First published on: 2023-06-07 at 18:20 CEST



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