Yourwellness Magazine Outlines Herbal Teas for Skin Health

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Following the launch of a range of herbal teas for dogs, Yourwellness Magazine explored the skin health benefits of drinking herbal teas.

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A new St Ives firm have launched a range of herbal teas made specifically for dogs, The Cambridge News reported November 20th. The article, “SLIDESHOW: Barking mad? St Ives firm Woof and Brew launch herbal tea range – for dogs,” noted that the thought behind the idea is that the drinks contain antioxidants, vitamins and minerals designed to keep pets in the peak of health. Woof and Brew was set up by Steve Bennett, whose job title is sales dog, Lisa Morton, whose title is brand bitch, and Nick Gandon and Tony Kinch. Morton commented, ‘It is a fun thing, but underneath that there is the serious point that it is all about getting goodness into dogs.’ (

Following on from this, Yourwellness Magazine told readers about herbal teas that might improve their skin. According to Yourwellness Magazine, ‘Herbal tea has long been associated with a healthy diet, thanks to the lack of sugar and the belief that herbal remedies are good for us. With winter fast approaching, we’re suddenly looking for ways to overcome the drying indoor heating and lack of exercise (and the associated lack of water intake) that makes us dehydrated. It’s worth the effort to stay hydrated though, as your body needs water far more than you realise. Not only does drinking enough keep your skin plump and healthy, it also helps your body to fight illnesses and viruses which are prevalent in the winter months.’ (

Yourwellness Magazine outlined beneficial teas for skin health:

1. Burdock and yellow dock root: These teas could help to alleviate dry skin and psoriasis, and cleanse the liver.
2. Rose petal and hibiscus. These teas are a natural source of vitamin C.
3. Rooibus. This is a known antioxidant from the African bush.

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