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Dandelion root

@Jamia- great to hear you are doing well with Yogi’s Skin DeTox herbal tea. We put a lot of research into creating a formula that works very well.

The secret to creating clear, beautiful skin is to work from the inside out. Detoxification is a huge topic in the natural healing arena. Over the centuries, herbalists have found that helping the liver detoxify the body is a major key to creating healthy skin.
We’ve found that many tea drinkers get the best results with this tea when they drink several tea bags’ worth each day. Many of the folks who leave comments mention that they are using 4-6 tea bags per day and that consistently seems to be the most effective way to use this tea for best and most rapid results.

One of the main herbs in this formula is rose petal, which is new to most of us here, but is popular around the world for cooling down aggravated skin.

 

Do you have any special way you use Skin DeTox tea?


4 Comments

  • Lolita Cox says:

    Hello I am trying to find out the expiration date on some yogi Detox Tea that supports healthy liver and kidney functions. My daughter gave it to me without the box. The expiration date is not printed on each individual tea bags so I want to know if they are still good to use. There is a number on each bag and I think it is the serial # or product # because it is the same on each bag. That # is 201644. Can you tell me if it has expired or when it will expire? Thank you.

  • Yogi says:

    Thank you for your question, Lolita! Unfortunately, we are unable to determine the age of your Yogi tea bags given that you no longer have the carton. At this time, all of our tea cartons are stamped with a Best Before date, which indicates two years from the date of manufacture. Yogi teas are packaged to preserve freshness and quality within that two year time frame in a variety of shipping and storage conditions. Yogi teas are perfectly safe to enjoy outside of the Best Before window; however, you may notice a difference in potency or flavor after that time.

    Thank you again & Be well!

  • Tom Kohlbeck says:

    Please re-assure me that you still make the “cocoa spice” tea but you are temporarily out of stock to make it……my wife will cry a river if she can no longer enjoy that wonderful flavor! Maybe I could have someone there make a few cases for my wife exclusively?

  • Becca Lesser says:

    Hi Tom,

    Unfortunately, that particular variety of Yogi tea was not in high enough demand and was discontinued in 2016 🙁 Although we do not have any left in back-stock, it might still be available for purchase on various online retailers such as Amazon (www.amazon.com) and iHerb (www.iherb.com). However, we are not able to determine how much longer it will be available through these outlets as supply will eventually run out.

    While we don’t currently have another tea with quite the same flavor profile, below are some Yogi tea blends that we suggest as alternatives:

    Roasted Dandelion Spice DeTox
    https://www.yogiproducts.com/teas/best-selling-teas/roasted-dandelion-spice-detox/

    Chai Rooibos
    https://www.yogiproducts.com/teas/herbal-teas/chai-rooibos/

    Tahitian Vanilla Hazelnut
    https://www.yogiproducts.com/teas/herbal-teas/tahitian-vanilla-hazelnut/

    Cinnamon Vanilla Healthy Skin
    https://www.yogiproducts.com/teas/herbal-teas/cinnamon-vanilla-healthy-skin/

    I hope this helps!

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