The new collection of 100% organic Tipson Organic Beauty compositions is a proposal for people who want to discover the beneficial properties of plants used for thousands of years in Ayurvedic medicine and their impact on the condition of the skin, hair and the entire body. The ingredients of the teas have been selected so as to enclose the nutritional values and the wonderful fruit and herbal taste of the infusion in the sachet, the drinking of which will be a real feast for the senses.
100% organic composition of moringa, peppermint, rosemary, Asian pennywort, ginger, rosehip, chamomile and nettle leaves.
Healthy Hair is a mixture created to nourish and strengthen hair from the inside. One of the ingredients of tea is Asian pennywort (gotu kola), which, thanks to the content of madecassosides, stimulates connective tissue cells (fibroblasts) to produce collagen and elastin fibers, and thus accelerates skin regeneration and reduces its reaction to pollution and detergents. Gotu kola is often used in anti-hair loss treatments because it stimulates the microcirculation of the skin. Extracts rich in antioxidants and vitamins, moringa strengthen weakened hair roots, and also regulate the secretion of sebum and reduce oily skin. Drinking the infusion thanks to the detoxifying properties of nettle and chamomile helps to get rid of residual toxins from the body and restore healthy hair appearance. Similarly to pennywort, rosemary stimulates blood circulation in the capillaries and increases the supply of oxygen and nutrients to the hair roots. Thanks to the calcium content, it helps to reduce split ends. Ginger and the antioxidant it contains, gingerol, neutralizes the harmful effects of free radicals that contribute to hair damage.
The sachets are packed separately to keep the full aroma in each cup.
Ingredients: moringa, peppermint, rosemary, pennywort, ginger, wild rose, chamomile, nettle leaf.
Net weight: 37.5 g
Country of Origin: Sri Lanka
Package dimensions: 8 x 7 x 13 cm
Tipson Organic Beauty infusions are USDA Organic certified. What does it mean?
USDA Organic is certified by the US Department of Agriculture. It is the most restrictive eco-label in the world. Products with this certificate must be at least 95% organic. The ingredients of the products may not be genetically modified, artificially preserved or chemically processed.
The designation is one of the most sought-after and hardest-to-obtain emblems in the world. To obtain them, farmers and processors must prove that no preservatives were used in the production of their goods and that the ingredients are of natural origin. The USDA Organic seal on the packaging is an assurance that the product has not been modified or "enriched" with synthetic substances at any stage of production.
Tipson Organic Beauty infusions are certified by Organic Farming. What does it mean?
This means that the product comes from certified crops or is obtained from the natural state covered by an ecological certificate. The production process is also subject to supervision.
Ingredients and raw materials from organic farming must not be contaminated, which means not spraying the ground with chemicals, growing from seeds that do not contain chemical compounds or genetic modifications, feeding animals with certified (organic) food, not adding to the feed means that enhance the animal's performance and productivity, not administering hormones and other substances influencing or changing metabolism.
The package has a sign "Euro-leaf" - a green rectangle with a leaf made of white stars. The same field of vision should include the number of the certification body and the indication of the origin of the raw material (EU agriculture or non-EU agriculture).
Such labeling gives the consumer a guarantee of the ecological origin of the raw materials included in Tipson's products, as well as certainty as to the ecological methods of their production.
Hot brewing method:
Pour 95ºC water over the infusion sachet and let it brew, covered, for 5 to 10 minutes. After this time, the infusion is ready to drink.
Cold brewing method:
The cold brewing method is a great alternative to traditional tea preparation. The infusion obtained in this way, in addition to being more delicate, may surprise you with a range of completely different flavors.
How to do it?
Two or three tea bags are poured into a jug and poured with cold or even ice water, then put in the refrigerator or other cool place. We can also prepare it in an express way: unscrew the bottle of water, throw one tea bag or a paper filter with dried tea inside, screw it on and put it in the fridge. The tea should stay in the refrigerator for 2 to 6 hours. In this way, we will prepare a refreshing take-away drink, which will be much healthier than ice tea drinks from store shelves.
Why is it worth brewing with this method?
Cold water extracts other flavor notes from tea - it perfectly emphasizes floral, fruit and spice flavors. They will become more noticeable than when brewed while hot.