Joyce Park, M.D., board-certified dermatologist, definitely agrees: “When used in topical skin care products, chamomile can help calm and soothe the skin,” she says.
According to board-certified dermatologist Suneel Chilukuri, M.D., similar goes for inexperienced tea: “Green tea has been shown to decrease sebum production, and the caffeine in the tea will increase blood flow to allow more rapid healing of the blemish,” says Chilukuri.
Whatever tea you select, begin by boiling water and make the tea simply as you’ll if you happen to had been consuming it. After letting the tea bag cool (in order to not burn your self), squeeze out the surplus tea, and apply the tea bag on to the blemish. Let the bag sit on the blemish for 2 minutes and rinse.