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Malibu Beach Beauty Tea


One of the criteria for a beautiful and healthy skin is definitely the brightness. If your complexion is dull and opaque perhaps you are not taking enough care of yourself and in fact, the watchword for a more beautiful skin is health. Of course, the beauty of your face does not necessarily need expensive creams and luxury of pharmacy.

Constant cleaning and a healthy diet can make a real difference and ensure an increasingly young and fresh skin, but another important factor is the hydration that we provide to our body through liquids we drink. The skin is normally acidic, but when the predetermined limit is exceeded, the acids are released too, causing rashes and inflammations.

Not only water but also other strictly natural vitamin cocktails, can help us to counteract the effects of stress, pollution, exhaustion and, as well as make us look always in great shape. Eating and drinking green is the necessary remedy to counter the natural acidity of the body. 

Following even for a month our advice you will see your skin reborn. To achieve the desired result, there are more ways. The beauty of the skin is very dependent on its hydration and by the contribution of vitamins and minerals that it receives, so we suggest you to drink Malibu Beach Beauty Tea to have an increasingly young and fresh glowing skin.

There is no shortage of tea on supermarket shelves these days and it's everywhere you go but these types of tea are less able, less powerful, and we can say for sure with them you will hardly get the beauty and the glowing skin that you really want.

Instead the Malibu Beach Beauty Tea by Newport Skinny Tea is a powerful tea that contains two of the most powerful teas available for eliminating toxins and nourishing your skin. Its formulation is better than any other tea of its kind with a unique blend of Young Hyson green tea, Black Tea, Calendula Flowers, Lavender Flowers, Red Clover Blossom, Rose Hips, Elder flowers, Peppermint Leaves, Chamomile Flowers, Lemon peel, Linden Leaf & Flowers, blackberry leaves, Privet Fruit.

These teas are traditionally used for their skin benefits and their incredible healing properties and when they are combined together as in this case, they become a powerful resource for skin care that help the skin surface to get rid of dead cells that create the annoying gray color..

Malibu Beach Beauty Tea rich in antioxidants, which help protect the skin while reducing the possibility of burns and inflammation and helps to naturally increase the feel-good hormones, serotonin and dopamine. This not only improves the general mood, but also helps to calm the mind and body with a blend of herbs that should help clean the skin system, to increase the glow and thus to facilitate the nourishment of skin cells. 

The thing that is most surprising for this tea is definitely the flavour, and in fact you can drink safely and without added sugar and you will notice that your attractiveness has increased a lot and a skin that is envy for friends. 

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