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Summer can be tough on our skin! From layers of oily sunscreen to the sun’s harsh rays and sweaty weather, it can be hard to achieve the glow we’re all going for. Our new ShimmHER Drink Mix supports your natural glow goals with Biotin, Vitamin B12, and Vitamin C to help nourish your hair, skin, and nails!

What you’ll need:

Fresh or Frozen Strawberries - 1 cup - Strawberries are a great source of Vitamin C, an antioxidant that promotes collagen production, and Folate, a vitamin that supports cell health.

Greek Yogurt - ½ cup - Greek Yogurt contains protein, which supports your skin and hair growth, and probiotics to support a healthy gut.

Almond Milk - ½ cup - Almonds contain antioxidants that protect against cellular damage and inflammation.

Honey - 1 tbsp - Honey also contains antioxidants and supports heart health.

Vanilla Extract - 1 tbsp - Vanilla contains antioxidants and its smell has a calming effect.

ShimmHer Drink Mix - 2 scoops - Our NEW ShimmHer Drink Mix contains Biotin, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C, and more to support your cellular health and healthy hair, skin, and nail growth. 

How to make:

This one’s easy: Place all ingredients in a blender and blend! If you don’t have popsicle molds, use paper cups and popsicle sticks. Pour the mixture into your molds or cups, and place in the freezer to set for four to six hours. Share a picture of your popsicles on social media, and tag us @pinkstork and #pspantry to be featured on our channels!

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