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I don't have problem getting the tea as I can get it at Whole Foods. I love drinking tea, so it's not a problem to me. I love the taste too. Sometimes I mix "Get Gorgeous" and "Get Clean" together and drink throughout the day.
I've been drinking this tea for over a month now. I personally feel it does help a lot with my acne. Its not a cure or a miracle product, but it is a healthy tea that includes many anti-inflammatory agents. Instead of popping advil or ibuprofen all day to reduce inflammation, I would suggest buying a decent tea like this and drinking it. Its got a subtle fruity scent and taste to it. I find it very relaxing. Although they recommend drinking 2-3 cups a day, I normally only drink one. I guess its all in personal preference.
The cons to this are that you have to order it online. I dont believe they sell it in stores. it costs $10.00 and then $3.99 s+h. The can contains 36 tea bags, which isnt great, but isnt horrible either.
I would without a doubt recommend this product. I will also be purchasing again when I run out, along with a few of their other teas, including the Acai Berry tea.
I tried this stuff when I was looking at green tea and its benefits. I came across this tea which isn't green but red tea. It's actually supposed to have more antioxidants than green. Have been drinking for about 3 weeks. My face is getting better but I cant tell what it is because I'm also on presciptions meds for my face. If it isn't doing anything at least it taste good!