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DIY Matcha Green Tea Face pack

Before taking about this DIY Matcha Tea face pack, let me start by telling you what exactly is Matcha tea? Matcha is a high-grade green tea obtained by grinding tencha leaves into a fine bright green powder. The art of consumption of Matcha Green Tea is also different from regular green tea. Matcha tea powder is normally whisked with hot water whereas the green tea leaves are infused in water and later removed.

Why Japanese Matcha tea is good?

Matcha is also known for its ability to boost immunity, control stress and even assist with weight loss. Hence, it is witnessing a surge in its popularity owing to its health benefits, detoxing ability, distinct colour and flavour. For all the same reasons, it makes it great for our skin as well. Matcha is anti-bacterial and contains high levels of epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), which helps in reducing inflammation and evening the skin tone. The high antioxidants are also helpful for reducing acne and increasing skin elasticity making it Matcha tea a perfect ingredient for a young, beautiful and glowing skin

Overall, this Japanese matcha green tea not only help feel good from inside but can also help look good on the outside! So, do try this DIY Matcha Tea face pack, keep reading for the details.

Matcha Green Tea face mask DIY

How to Make a Matcha Tea Face Mask at home?

This is a three-ingredient mask, which is very simple and super quick to make. To be effective, make it when you are ready to use,

Also, I don’t say this often but this is really an effective mask and the results can be seen from the first use itself. I have been using it for over a month now and I am super impressed with its results. I use it once every week for a glowing smooth skin.

Ingredients:
  • 2 teaspoon Japanese Matcha Tea Powder
  • 1/2-1 teaspoon Baking soda
  • 2 teaspoon Rosewater
  • few drops of Lemon juice (optional)

Instructions to apply Matcha face mask:

  • Mix all the ingredients with Matcha tea to form a thin paste.
  • Using fingers or brush, spread the mask all over your face and neck using circular movements.
  • Leave on for 10-15 minutes and then using damp fingers massage it onto your face and wash with water or wet washcloth.

The directions below are for a single-use face mask, but you may increase proportionally for more quantity. You may also add honey or yoghurt to create a perfect consistency, additional benefits and more shelf life. This way you could prepare and store it in a refrigerator for a long.

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DIY Matcha Green Tea face mask

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54 thoughts on “DIY Matcha Green Tea Face pack

  • Matcha tea face pack sounds very interesting to me . I am gonna try out this also.

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  • Shubhada Bhide

    I saw this on your Instagram also earlier. Japanese match is quite a craze and I’m quite curious to try this out.

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  • Recently I have been a regular drinker of Match tea but never ever tried their Facepack. I m definitely very very sure and also mentioned by you it will have a great effect on the skin.

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  • This creamy mask looks great to reduce oil and gives glowy skin. Surely looking forward to trying it out soon. Great thoughts.

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  • DIY masks are the best. Marcha Tea Face Mask seems to be really effective for good and glowing skin.

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  • Matcha tea facepack is quite in vogue. I have been meaning to try it. This looks simple and doable. Thank you for sharing. Gonna try it soon

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  • Looks like this is a great mask. I am already a fan of Japanese items plus this being a tea mask, your detailed review kind of convinces me to try this one for sure.

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  • This looks like a nice simple DIY face pack. Will try it out!

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  • Mrinal Kiran

    I have never tried matcha face packs… This face pack recipe looks easy… I will definitely try this at home!

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  • I really love homemade face masks and this looks really great!! Thanks for sharing

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  • This face mask seems good for oily skin , but one doubt , Is baking soda good for skin ? Haven’t tried it yet in skincare .

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  • Blogaberry Foo

    Wow this is quite a good option for a face pack. i didn’t know about its benefits as i have only had it in incecream in thailand.

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  • preety85

    Wow…this diy face pack looks good. I have matcha tea at home n I am surely gonna try this out.

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  • momtasticworld

    I love drinking this tea but have never tried the face mask. This feels like a good one, I will be trying it this weekend for sure 🙂

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  • Wow, I have a matcha tea packet at home. I am definitely trying this face mask out!

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  • Matcha tea had great benefits and I’m sure this face pack is also amazing.

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  • That is such a siple yet effective face pack.. thanks for sharing

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  • I think I have heard about Matcha cake somewhere…but this face pack sounds interesting…will try some time soon…

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  • Wao , this is new for me but im certainly trying this face pack & looking forward to its benefits. Thankyou very useful post.

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  • I have never tried Matcha tea and this is a face pack made out of it. Looks interesting and soothing to the skin. I will try it out.

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  • My skin is dry n sensitive – will baking powder be suitable? Thanks for this anyway.

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    • Hi I too have sensitive skin and baking powder just helps bring out all the gross from pimples or black/white heads. You may still do a patch test on the wrist as each skin is different.Hope it works for you too! Thanks for dropping by!

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  • This is very new to me, i have never heard about this tea, shall definitely this pack

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  • Harshita Nanda

    I love DIY masks, today I made one with neem powder and multani mitti. I am goign to try this matcha tea mask also! Thank you!

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  • I havent tried Matcha at all so this would be something new for me to try.

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  • Well I’ve always been a fan of matcha tea but didn’t know about it’s skin care benefits. Too good ya, Thanks for sharing this.

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  • Matcha Green Tea Face Mask… let me take this post to my wife. She’ll like it. Thanks for sharing this.

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  • I havent heard about the Matcha Tea. I am going to try this beauty hack soon.

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  • Havent tried this yet, will try exploring where could i buy the tea sachets to try it out and explore…

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  • I never knew about the Matcha Tea. I am going to try this beauty hack .

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  • I have always been curious about matcha tea and am yet to try it yet. This face pack sounds promising but without the soda as I have sensitive skin.So when I by my first pack of matchs tea I will surely use a bit for a face pack.

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  • This is a complete new information for me. I had no idea about it at all. I am sure it must be wonderful for the skin, really need to work on my skin care regime which I have almost forgotten.

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  • Wow that sounds easy! Haven’t taken any care of my skin during lockdown, will start with this,

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  • Madhu Bindra

    I am skeptical about using baking soda on the face. But I am sure this pack works really well.

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  • It’s like everyone around me is talking about the benefits of matcha tea and now with your post, I am surely buying it to try tea and pack…both at once!!

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  • I have been hearing so much about the benefits of matcha tea. I cannot try the pack as I am allergic to tea, but I am sure it works wonders.

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  • This seems to be a good mask ..any particular skin types it would be more suitable ?

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  • I’ve used this as a sheet mask, but making this at home is interesting. Going to try this sooner. #tmmreads

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  • I had no idea about this tea. This is something totally new to me. I will now look out for marcha green tea.

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  • Kiranmayi G

    A new DIY for me to try

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  • I’m a teaholic and this matcha tea amuses me now. Tea face pack is worth trying it seems.

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  • pythoroshan

    While I was aware of match tea, had not really considered it as a face mask.. Sounds like a pretty good idea now that I think of it.

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  • Swarnali

    Now a days I only using homemade face pack, so thanks for sharing this great face pack for home.
    You can visit my blog also for more DIY face pack

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  • I’ve never tried Match face pack before. Surely looking forward to trying it out someday.

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  • I love Matcha, in my tea, ice cream and chocolates. You have given me one more way to enjoy it, in a face pack! Going to try this out!

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