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Olive & June Beauty Tea

Olive & June Beauty Tea

Written by The Strategy

There is tea for everything. Tea to get thin, tea for bad skin, and even, tea for sex. Often, these teas are nothing more than some crushed leaves and a bitter tasting flavour. But that’s not the case with Olive & June’s custom-blended Beauty Teas, which, when drunk daily, can lead to stronger, healthier nails and better skin and hair.

These speciality teas, created by Olive & June founder, Sarah Gibson Tuttle, are served in O&J California nail salons (which we are huge fans of), and also, can be delivered right to your door (🙌🏽 Thanks Sarah!🙌🏽). The teas come in two flavours, Minty Lavender and Rosy Matcha, and can be purchased either individually for $20 or together for $38.

The Minty Lavender, which induces ‘clarity and calm’ transported us straight to a spa day. Ingredients include spearmint, lavender, peppermint, horsetail, chamomile, beet powder, nettle leaf and liquorice root. When the dreaded 3PM slump hit TSHQ, this tea was a massive hit.

The Rosy Matchy is a caffeinated ‘energizing and uplifting green tea’, with ingredients like rosehip, chamomile, sencha, lemon verbena, matcha powder and horsetail. The taste was great, and easily replaced our afternoon generic-brand green tea.

Gibson Tuttle is a firm believer that beauty begins on the inside, and crafted the teas with a composition of flowers, herbs and tea leaves that taste amazing together and also helps you look better as well (#DoubleWin).

Whether your enjoying an at-home spa day, or looking to improve the look of your skin, hair and/or nails, these teas are the perfect addition to your routine.

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