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4 tea-infused beauty products to try
A new season of "Downton Abbey" premiered last night, and fans can keep in the British spirit using products infused with -- what else? -- Tea!
Jason Anti-Aging Tea Time Crème moisturizes with antioxidant-rich green tea, $15.50; at Whole Foods, health food stores and jason-personalcare.com.
Ole Henricksen's African Red Tea Collection includes wrinkle-resistant creams, face serum, face mist and this foaming cleanser with red tea (an antioxidant that calms, soothes, firms skin's outer layer) and a refreshing citrusy scent, $30; at select Sephoras, sephora.com, and olehenricksen.com.
Avalon Organics Lavender Luminosity Renewal Facial Serum fights free radical damage and supports cellular turnover with sun-dried white tea leaves (slowing the growth of lines, roughness and dull-looking skin), $21.99; at Whole Foods, health-food stores and avalonorganics.com.
Rock it Lady Grantham-style, honoring your Yankee roots by opting for java over tea. Organic Doctor's Aloe Vera Lip Balm hydrates and nourishes with shea butter, jojoba and African coffee tree oil, $5.99, at Vitamin World Stores and vitaminworld.com.