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How To Add Sparkle To Iced Tea

How To Add Sparkle To Iced Tea

Craving a little caffeine? Try this recipe to help you do double duty — get your dose of collagen peptides for the day and  wake you up in the morning. Directions: Steep one black tea bag in two cups of hot water for five minutes. Take out the tea bag and add a scoop of…

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Raspberry Rose Fizz

Raspberry Rose Fizz

This is a very girly iced tea drink that’s so delicious and a real thirst quencher. If you love herbal tea, this is one for you. The work really lies in making the cold brew and patience always pays for a full-flavored iced tea, as compared to the quicker method of adding ice to a…

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Calming Lavender Orange Tea

Calming Lavender Orange Tea

If you are ever in need of a calming tea, this fragrant brew will absolutely do the job. Wrapping your hands around a warm mug of tea is one of the best ways to de-stress and unwind. In aromatherapy, lavender is well-known to ease anxiety and calm the mind so it’ll come to no surprise…

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Strawberry Mint Tea

Strawberry Mint Tea

The great thing about strawberries is that they are so flavorful without being very sweet and naturally sweetens up a beverage. This refreshing fizzy iced tea is the perfect thirst-quencher and it’s so easy to make. If you are a soda addict and trying to wean off the stuff, this could be a healthy but…

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Hibiscus Mint Tea

Hibiscus Mint Tea

Vibrantly colored, hibiscus tea is clearly rich in antioxidants, which fight free radical damage in the body, and that of course includes the skin. Hibiscus tea also contains anti-inflammatory properties and helps to lower high blood pressure if consumed regularly. Often cold-brewed as an iced tea, hibiscus tea is just as lovely when it’s warm.…

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Matcha Smoothie

Matcha Smoothie

A powerful addition to your morning breakfast, this matcha smoothie gives you as much of a pick-me-up as coffee and you can sneak in some greens, good fats, and fruit as well! Matcha is actually ground tea leaves that has a much higher concentration of antioxidants and nutrients compared to regular steeped green tea. Get…

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Orange Chai Tea Latte

Orange Chai Tea Latte

Here’s a fruity spin on a classic brew — and the magic is all in fresh orange zest. The orange oil from the peel releases a fragrant citrus flavor into the tea. If you are a chai fan, you will love sipping on this one. Even better, it’s also another way to consume Sparkle Skin Boost…

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Hibiscus Hot Toddy

Hibiscus Hot Toddy

Do you love the comfort of mulled wine but not the headache it comes with? We have a great mock mulled wine recipe that doesn’t involve grape juice (or any sugar for that matter). The key ingredient is hibiscus tea that you can steep into a fragrant hot beverage.

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Lemon Ginger Mint Tea

Lemon Ginger Mint Tea

Just adding one or two more ingredients can totally change a classic favorite. Have you ever tried combining mint with lemon and ginger? It tastes so refreshing yet comforting. Directions: Boil a handful of mint leaves with a few big slices of ginger for 3-4 minutes. Steep the mixture and let it cool for a…

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Lavender Mojito

Lavender Mojito

Looking for a drink idea for when you entertain friends at home? Our lovely Lavender Mojito only has three ingredients and is so easy to whip up but has a unique floral flavor and looks pretty on a table. Your girlfriends would appreciate the added beauty boost of our collagen peptide supplement in this delicious…

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Immune-Boosting Tea

Immune-Boosting Tea

Feel better with this deliciously spicy, immune-boosting tea that has a great combo of alkalizing and anti-inflammatory ingredients — plus it’s packed with vitamin C! Recipe: 2 cups of water 3-4 pieces of fresh peeled and chopped ginger chunks Juice of 1 lemon 1-2 dashes of cayenne pepper 1 scoop of  Sparkle Skin Boost with Verisol…

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