Tuesday, 10 March 2020

Staying Hydrated With Waterdrop*

AD - This post is in collaboration with Waterdrop and all products are gifted
I've said many times before that I don't drink enough water. I have times where I absolutely love it and can get through glass after glass and then I go days with barely any. I'm a sucker for a fresh juice or something fizzy but there's no denying that when I up my water intake, I feel 10x better. My skin is clearer, my hair feels healthier and generally I just feel less sluggish and more alert. Water by itself is pretty boring though and I think that's why sometimes I find it easier to reach for something else. With the help of Waterdrop though, there's another alternative to plain, boring tap water.
different flavours of Waterdrop microdrinks laid out on white background with water bottle to the right side
If you've not heard of Waterdrop before, they have invented the world's first Microdrink which allows you to prepare a fresh, tasty drink anytime, anywhere. Literally all you need is water. In the battle against sugary drinks (my weakness) they've come up with sugar free Microdrinks which combine superfruits, vitamins and natural aromas into a tiny cube which dissolves in your water. Their mission is to essentially get people drinking more water leading to healthier, longer and more sustainable lives.

Waterdrop have a range of unique flavours available so I'm sure there's something for everyone and each cube is intended to be dissolved in 400-600ml of water. The flavours available are:

Boost - Blackcurrant, Elderflower & Acai
Defence - Cranberry, Rosehip & Moringa
Focus - Lime, Baobab & Acerola
Glow - Mango, Cactus Fruit & Artichoke
Relax - Hibiscus, Acerola & Aronia
Youth - Peach, Ginger, Ginseng & Dandelion
Clean - Herbs, Juniper Berry & Stinging Nettle
Zen - Star Fruit, White Tea & Lemon Grass

Not only do they taste good, but they're also full of vitamins. For example, Glow contains Vitamins B1, C and E whereas Boost contains Vitamins B6, B12 and C so you can be assured that each flavour is working to keep your body and mind healthy. Aswell as all of this they're also less than 5 calories each and without preservatives or sugar.
closeup of focus waterdrop microdrink with other flavours laid out in background
Whilst these Microdrinks aren't the cheapest at £6.99 for a box of 12, this does make them 58p each which is considerably less than a bottle of vitamin water which can be priced at anything from £1.50 usually. A bonus to Waterdrop Microdrinks aswell though is that all outer packaging is recycled cardboard and there is generally far less plastic around the cubes than you would find with an actual plastic bottle.
closeup of Waterdrop focus cubes
One final thing to mention about Waterdrop is their gorgeous water bottles! Each collection has a matching reusable glass water bottle for £22.90 aswell as steel drinking straws and other accessories so another great way to ditch the plastic. I have the Glow bottle and I've loved using it over the last few weeks, it's just so pretty and along with the Microdrinks, it's definitely been encouraging me to drink more water.
Waterdrop Glow Yellow glass bottle and packaging
closeup of Waterdrop Glow yellow bottle with protective sleeve
I mentioned in my self care goals for 2020 post last month that I really wanted to take care of my skin this year and water plays a big part in that so Waterdrop have come along at the right time! If you want to try out Waterdrop Microdrinks for yourself, you can buy from their official website here.

Are you good with drinking water? Which flavour do you think you'd go for from the Waterdrop range?

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8 comments

Lisa's Notebook said...

I'm actually pretty good with water consumption, I tend to drink between 6 and 8 pints a day, in addition to tea. But I'm very intrigued by the health benefits of this product - inventing something that not only looks good, tastes good but also IS good for you is a winner! Fab review, Tiffany, and gorgeous photos, thank you for sharing :) Lisa x

Lauren said...

I haven’t heard of this brand before, but I think this would be so helpful for me. I struggle to drink water as I only like flavoured. So these products would be perfect for me! Thank you for sharing! Great photos.
Lauren | www.bournemouthgirl.com

jennyinneverland said...

I don't need help drinking more throughout the day, I drink LOADS due to how dry my medication makes my mouth but I've seen these floating about the blogging world lately and they look SO GOOD and I'm very tempted x

Nic said...

Thanks for sharing these look interesting, I normally just add squash to my water for drinking. so these might be different flavours to try :)

Nic | Nic's Adventures & Bakes

Heather Nixon said...

I definitely don't drink enough, it's probably why I always have a headache x

Sophie said...

I'm pretty good at drinking my water throughout the day but definitely found that Waterdrop makes it more interesting and it's such an easy way to get a little vitamin boost too x

Sophie
www.glowsteady.co.uk

Lady Writes said...

I really think I need to invest in something like this x

Amy said...

I'm similar to you with water consumption - some days I'll be absolutely smashing it and others I'll go for days without any. I have quite a sweet tooth so fizzy drinks are always much more appealing than plain water so I think these would definitely be worth investing in. Plus the water bottle looks so pretty! Thanks for sharing :)
Amy | sassycatlady.com

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