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Does Beauty Water Make You Prettier?

Does Beauty Water Make You Prettier?

Does Beauty Water Make You Prettier?

Beauty starts from within. We all know how important it is to keep up our H20 intake in order to keep our skin looking vibrant. Beauty Water, basically like a beauty vitamin in liquid form, has quickly become the new way to nourish your skin. Multiple juice companies have been introducing drinks that contain skin-nourishing nutrients with anti-aging properties, collagen, molecules and antioxidants for a youthful glow.


With a wide range of beauty waters to choose from it can be hard to determine which brands are nutritionally beneficial. Some drinks are infused with collagen tinctures, which help to naturally plump the skin and prevent sagging, in turn making your skin smoother, firmer and free from wrinkles, lines and damage. Other beauty waters include Ph waters, which help to restore your body’s alkaline levels and provide ultra-hydration, and activated charcoal, which helps to detox and cleanse the body from the inside.

The Good:

  • Beauty waters containing alkaline help to balance out your body’s acidity levels, which in turn helps to eliminate the negative effects on your body caused by lack of sleep and poor diet.
  • Beauty waters containing silica aid in strengthening bones, nails and skin and acts as a detoxifier against internal undetected bacteria and viruses
  • Gives your body a clean slate
  • Gives your body a natural boost of energy
  • Revives and hydrates your skin from within
  • Rich in natural electrolytes and minerals
  • Boosts metabolism and provides deep cellular hydration for a glowing complexion
  • Packed with vitamins and minerals
  • Can be a great anti-inflammatory

The Bad:

  • In some cases, you may have to consume up to 3 times the amount of beauty water to really reap the nutritional benefits
  • They can be loaded with hidden sugars and calories

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The Takeaway:

Beauty water has received a lot of recent marketing hype; however, it is still unclear how much they really benefit our skin. It’s important to check out the labels of beauty waters to ensure that you’re getting the right nutrients. Many of the nutrients in beauty waters can be easily found in natural sources. Silica is in cucumber, celery, apples, strawberries and mangoes and your chlorophyll levels can be risen naturally by increasing your daily intake of greens.

To avoid spending mass amounts of money on pre-packaged beauty waters and really reap the natural benefits, try and make your own at home! Enhance the flavour of your H20 by adding cucumber, lemon, berries and a few sprigs of mint. YUM!


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