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How to Stream Good Vibes at Home

Welcome to day (insert your personal count) of solitude, a.k.a government-mandated social distancing or shelter-in-place, the most essential practice to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Let’s be real, it feels like it’s been years. We’re all doing our best to hang in there—but we also know the idea of staying home for an untold number of additional weeks feels daunting, lonely, and uncertain. If you’re in need of some connection, albeit virtual, we have that here.

Meet The Muse: Yerba Mate

The latest super tea to join the YTTP lineup is yerba mate, a tea with a history of both energizing and unifying a community. Yerba mate brings a wallop of energy, a dose of euphoria, and mega antioxidants—it has more natural caffeine than even coffee. 

Q: What Are Enzymes + What Do They Do?

Enzymes act as catalysts to bring about complex biochemical reactions. But not all enzymes are the same—some go to work for our skin, others for our gut, for food, and so on. 

How Do I Use the Yerba Mate Resurfacing Energy Facial?

Facials are often a luxury. They take time, a visit to the esthetician—and it used to be that a facial or dermatologist office was the only chance you’d have for a proper microdermabrasion exfoliation. That is until Youth To The People’s Yerba Mate Resurfacing Energy Facial stepped on the scene. Meet your new two-minute, at-home facial designed to give you a pro-grade treatment in the comfort of your home.

My Morning Routine with the Yerba Mate Resurfacing Energy Facial

When it comes to my skin, I strive for GLOW. I'm talking luminous, see-it-through-the-Zoom-meeting, glass skin, babyface glow.  But my ideal skin texture remained elusive until the first time I tried our new Yerba Mate Resurfacing Energy Facial. This product is the answer to all my dull-skin woes! Texture is instantly smoothed. Dullness is instantly brightened. Two minutes is all it takes to get me back to my glowing, radiant self. It's that powerful.

Q: What Does Caffeine Do for Skin?

Yerba mate is amazing; the tea made of its dried leaves and twigs has one of the highest antioxidant counts found in ingestible teas, and it also has the highest amount of caffeine. Caffeine itself is an antioxidant, and as we know, it is also a powerful stimulant. So what does caffeine do for skin?

Do You Need a Physical Exfoliator?

Leaving the natural buildup of dead cells, excess oil, and debris on your complexion for too long can potentially clog pores, lead to breakouts down the road, and make skin appear dry and dull. This is where exfoliation comes in, and why it is an essential component of any proper skincare routine, regardless of skin type.