The Coolest New Way To Get Your Matcha Fix Isn't At Starbucks
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Type: News
Date: Thursday 6 April 2017, 12:00 AM
Media: Refinery29

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Matcha tea is the Red Bull of 2017 everywhere you look, people are singing its praises. In fact, the minty green latte gets just as much screen time on Instagram's popular page as sunsets or puppies or bikini-on-the-beach pics. Brunch now relies on it as much as avocado toast. Hell, as of yesterday, even Starbucks is getting in on the action rolling out matcha-flavored pudding cups in Japan. This shit is everywhere. Including beauty products. Plenty of skin-care brands are sprinkling shots of the finely-milled green tea powder into cleansers, masks, and creams to wake your face up faster than a cup of coffee. The jolt comes from the antioxidants: Not only does the sea foam-colored tea fight free radicals, it also stops all signs of inflammation and redness in their tracks. The only downside is that most products on the market require you to physically mix them up before slathering your mug (the other mug), and DIYing can get downright messy. That's where Milk Makeup's latest invention comes in.
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