-This post contains gifted items from Waterdrop–
One thing that I’m very passionate about, however not that great at following through with, is drinking plenty of water. I try my best daily, to set a goal to drink two litres of water a day, but this isn’t always enough to get me over the finish line. Drinking water is always hailed as the miracle, go to, cure all, that’ll solve all of life’s problems and that’s where Waterdrop comes in to help.
Waterdrop really stress the importance of drinking two litres of water a day, likening drinking water to breathing air. Each flavour designed by Waterdrop is enriched with fruit and plant extracts, that also contain valuable vitamins. All of this is sourced from local farmers, to then be dried out on site and turned into the little capsules you receive to put into your drinks. Not only this, but each capsule is also sugar free, with their packaging made from recyclable PET meaning their microdrinks contain 97% less plastic. These are both wonderful additions for a sustainable future for both ourselves and the environment.
Waterdrop have an array of flavours to choose from, with each designed to target a specific thing. For example, ‘Focus’ contains Lime, Baobab, and Acerola to help give you a fresh pick me up. Which is very important for me right now working as a nurse during this pandemic. Not only this, but they have a ‘Defence’ offering containing Cranberry, Rosehip, and Moringa to help boost your immune system, another equally vital purpose during this difficult time, for obvious reasons. I wasn’t sure what to expect from their microdrinks, however they enhance the flavour of water in a rather unique way. Each flavour has a distinct taste that just elevates your overall experience when it comes to drinking water. Their handy carry case makes drinking water even easier too.
I kindly had the option to choose which water bottle I would like, which was a rather difficult choice when their glass and stainless steel bottles are so pretty. I decided on the ‘Clean’ edition bottle, which has a gorgeous turquoise design. The bamboo lid and thermal sleeve are a lovely touch, alongside the illustration lining the bottle made by Marusha Bella. It’s also very easy to clean and holds a respectable 600ml.
If like me you find yourself wanting to drink more water, I’d highly recommend Waterdrop. They have a small store in Westfield Shepherd’s Bush in London if you fancy laying your eyes on everything and sampling their Microdrinks in real life before you purchase.
Have you tried anything from Waterdrop yet?0