“SkinTē is sparkling, invigorating, and a perfect little pick-me-up for the 3 o’clock slump. At first, I was drawn to the pretty pinkish packaging. And then its skin-friendly ingredients, like antioxidants and collagen (which we can all agree are really having a moment). But then I tasted it, and I was hooked on the hibiscus and ginger flavor—it’s so refreshing. And even cooler: The company was founded by a bunch of badass women—a doctor, a chef, a business pro. Who run the world, again?” — Alyssa Nelsen Geiger, senior creative copywriter
Ms. von Furstenberg invited 30 women over to inaugurate her post-CFDA life during New York Fashion week. Pictured from left, Piera Gelardi of the digital media company Refinery29; Ms. von Furstenber, and Bassima Mroue of the beverage company SkinTē, all in matching prints.
"These teas have become a staple in my fridge. Each can of refreshing bubbly tea contains herb-based minerals and vitamins with 3000 milligrams of collagen. Since drinking daily, I’ve noticed a difference in the quality of my skin, hair, and nails. I also love that it's only 20 calories per can and infused with all-natural ingredients. You can purchase the cans by the trio or by a subscription package to receive them monthly."
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"Hydrate and take care of you skin while at the beach with SkinTe. The drink is infused with 3000mg of collagen, as well as antioxidants and vitamin C. The drink comes in four fruity flavors for summer, including Green Tea Grapefruit, White Tea Ginger, Hibiscus Vanilla and Lemon Lime."
"Thanks to Indie beauty brand like Vital Collagen, Kalumi, and SkinTē, supplements are no longer the only way beauty gurus can get their daily dose of collagen. At IBE, indie brands showcased their newest lines of collagen products, including flavored protein powders, protein bars, and sparkling collagen teas"
"Beauty e-tailers are also offering more functional beauty foods and beverages these days. Goop’s “inner beauty” section of its e-commerce shop has beverages such as collagen sparkling tea from the beverage brand SkinTē."
"Collagen supplements have become a mainstay in the wellness world, but they've evolved far beyond just powders. Food brands aplenty are using collagen as the star ingredient in new, functional snacks, from on-the-go bars and nut butters to marshmallows and even popcorn. For a beauty-boosting double whammy, you can wash down any of these treats with one of the various collagen-infused beverages on the market, such as Vital Protein's collection of flavored waters or SkinTē's sparkling teas."
"SkinTe’s name gives it away—and it’s not just that sipping this sparkling tea, which comes in four flavors (Green Tea Grapefruit, White Tea Ginger, Hibiscus Vanilla, and Lemon Lime) will improve your skin. While some products tout “marine” collagen, which comes from fish skin, SkinTe uses bovine collagen from the skin and tendons of grass-fed cows. Each 12 oz. can has 3000 mg of the stuff. From $48 for 12 cans"
"We were first attracted to SkinTē because we thought it was unusual that they offered sparkling teas, but there is so much more to this multicolored can than meets the eye. Using a combination of real white and green teas, powerful herbs, carbonation and collagen peptides, it creates a drink unlike anything else on this list. Each can includes 3000 mg of easily absorbed collagen, which is great for hair, skin and nails—though it's not vegan, as its collagen comes from grass-fed cows. Still, the result is a bubbly refreshing drink that tastes great while also having unbeatable beauty benefits."
"Molly Sims posted on her Instagram her new obsession is the first ever carbonated collagen tea drink, SkinTē, which is available in Erewhon stores and online at skinte.com."
"Bubbly beauty! Formulated by a doctor and concocted by a chef, this lightly carbonated bevvy contains 3000mg of collagen, plus herbs, to make you glow from within. (Subscribe and save at skinte.com)"
"The Top 7 Takeaways from Gwyneth Paltrow’s In Goop Health Event with Porsche. Guests lapped a racetrack and sipped on SkinTe Collagen Sparkling Tea."
"Bottled Botox: The first ever sparkling tea with collagen. It has adaptogens and other functional ingredients. Again, it's like a fountain of youth in a drink. Specializing in anti-aging benefits. It's good for your hair, your skin, and your cuticles."
"The ingestible brand’s atypical recipe isn’t only due to the bubbles, though. SkinT
ē also boasts organic herbs, flavonoid-packed teas, a trio of women–naturopathic doctor Amy Bader, chef Elizabeth Zieg and Bassima Mroue, a veteran strategist with experience at Spanx and Nike–who harnessed a mix of health, culinary and business expertise to create it and the backing of beauty industry icon Leslie Blodgett, founder of BareMinerals."
"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."