Tea Break

Tea Break

Tea is more than just a popular warm drink. For thousands of years, ‘taking tea’ has been a ritual, practiced by cultures all around the world. Originating in China, tea drinking spread to Japan, then Holland, and eventually throughout the rest of Europe. Dutch settlers introduced tea to America in 1650. 

Britain was one of the last European countries to enjoy tea. Most of the tea imports were illegally smuggled until the British government slashed the tax rate in 1784. Tea has become an affordable drink for all and it is estimated that over 3 billion cups are consumed worldwide every day.

Tea extract studies show tea to have therapeutic effects, including antioxidant, bacteriostatic, and anti-allergenic action. We’ve put together a list of our tea-infused products for you, so make a cuppa, sit back, read on and shop. 

White Tea

The healing benefits of white tea have been known for years, so it makes sense that we just had to utilise it. White tea contains high amounts of antibacterial and anti-ageing properties that help prevent wrinkles and sagging skin. Absolutely brimming with antioxidants, this ingredient is a mature skin must.

Anti-Ageing Daily Skin Cleanser, Tonic Lotion, Day Cream SPF15 and Night Cream, Vitamin A 0.5% and 1%


Green Tea

A popular drink after a meal, green tea has been used for medicinal purposes in some parts of the world for thousands of years. Noted to be rich in potent antioxidants called catechins, it also features anti-inflammatory properties, helping skin irritation, redness and swelling. A must for problem skins, and those needing a healthy boost.

JB Man Daily Moisturiser, Alpha-Beta Concentrate, Super Serum

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