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DIY Matcha Green Tea Body Scrub

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December 11, 2015 1 Comments

Replenish and rejuvenate your skin with this homemade Matcha body scrub loaded with antioxidant rich green tea and invigorating Epsom salts.

Matcha lovers rejoice, you can now polish your skin with this homemade green tea body scrub for glowing skin and better sleep. This salt-based scrub will help buff away old skin and make you feel shiny and new. Ok, let’s be honest about the anti-aging effects. It won’t magically make you look 16 or reduce stretch marks but you’ll feel fresher and smoother nonetheless. Pinky promise!

Matcha Green Tea Body Scrub

After all, Matcha is packed with good-for-you antioxidants. As a matter of fact, one serving of matcha tea is the nutritional equivalent of 10 cups of regularly brewed green tea (1). Talk about a miracle in a cup! Epsom salts is known to ease stress, relax the body, relieve pain and stop muscle cramps. Just like Matcha, it helps our bodies to detoxify effectively and naturally. Epsom salts is the real hero in this scrubyour muscles will feel so relieved, ready to fall asleep and recover.

Matcha Green Tea Body Scrub

Unlike most conventional store-bought scrubs, this recipe is non-toxic. It only uses natural ingredients and comes together in less than 10 minutes. Now, what are you waiting for? Grab a handful of this Matcha green tea body scrub dampen your skin and start exfoliating in big circular motions. Enjoy!

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DIY Matcha Green Tea Body Scrub

Matcha Green Tea Body Scrub

This homemade Matcha Green Tea Body scrub will help buff away old skin and make you feel shiny and new.

  • Author: Zoe
  • Prep Time: 15 mins
  • Total Time: 15 mins
  • Yield: 1 jar

Ingredients

  • 2 green tea bags
  • 1 cup epsom salts
  • 2 tsp. matcha powder
  • 1/3 cup organic coconut oil (You may want to add more coconut oil based on your personal preference.)

Instructions

  1. Cut open the tea bags and empty the tea leaves into a small bowl.
  2. Add the epsom salts and matcha powder and whisk to combine.
  3. Stir in the coconut oil until thoroughly mixed.
  4. Store in a glass jar or air-tight container.

Zoe

Hey, I'm Zoe and I love food—especially pastel-coloured unicorn food. And I'm also obsessed with food photography. I teach styling and photography workshops in Brisbane. Join the Wildblend lifestyle and community!

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