Right now, are you spending your day on the computer looking for new products to look your best this summer? Bello Mag presents to you the power of a new drink liquid radiance. With the collagen industry booming, beauty’s best-kept secret is now available for all…

On March 11th, SkinTē, the first-ever collagen sparkling tea, announcesd its national retail launch with Sprouts Farmers Market, as well as new partnerships with online retailers,  such as Amazon and goop. At the heart of SkinTē’s delightfully fizzy formulas lie 3000mg of the highest quality, consciously sourced, kosher collagen peptides, feel-good super herbs, and antioxidant-rich smart ingredients to keep you glowing from the inside out.

Positioned at the intersection of food, beauty, and wellness, SkinTē is innovating the industry as the first brand to carbonate collagen, while subsequently boosting radiant hair, skin, and nails. Enhancing mood, aiding digestion, soothing joints, increasing hydration, deepening sleep, and supporting the immune system. Formulated by a doctor and made delicious by a chef, the company has significantly scaled its business, gaining notable credibility within the health and wellness space.

All ingredients are non-GMO, paleo-friendly and free of artificial sweeteners, dairy, soy, gluten, and dyes. SkinTē’s signature beauty brews include Green Tea Grapefruit, White Tea Ginger, and Hibiscus Vanilla. The company has been making headway with recognition from an array of investors, including supermodel Karlie Kloss and fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg.

“At SkinTē, we’re committed to helping people look and feel beautiful in their skin while making collagen consumption fun, easy, and delicious,” said CEO and Co-founder, Bassima Mroue. 

The products are now available at all Sprouts’ stores and online at Amazon.com, goop.com, and SkinTe.com. Monthly subscriptions are also available on SkinTe.com, as well as their latest Tē Trio Variety Pack, which features an assortment of all three, fizzy flavors for under $15.

By Justine Duclaux

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