What’s In Your Spa Water?

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We all know that drinking water is good for us. Apparently, it hits us at all times, and although it has been proven time and again, water is simply, well, boring. While drinking water after a long run or having been in the sun is very refreshing, sometimes we just want to increase it twice, and that’s where the spa water comes in.

No, it is not a new brand, just an idea that has been around for as long as there have been spas. In the past, people flocked to the Alps to breathe fresh air and return to nature. They would also give them cucumber in water as the latest in a healthy drink. The spa water was born (like bottled water, but that’s an article for another day!)

Today we put all kinds of things in our water to give it a touch of flavor because we all know that we drink more when it tastes good, right? Surprisingly, cucumber water is very tasty, it has a fresh and clean taste, and it really highlights the cucumber flavor. While it may seem strange to put a vegetable in the water, it really isn’t, although fruits, of course, look better.

Strawberries, apples and cinnamon, oranges, lemons, limes, and even pear can be put in water in any mixture you want, which not only gives life to the water but also provides goodness (vitamins, minerals and good things in general) from fruits — all at the same time.

Any type of berry also works well in the water, just prick the berries with a toothpick or fork so that the juices flow and have a fun drink.

Now you may be thinking that you need an elegant container to tour the city and, of course, there are many on the market, but in reality, all you need is a bottle of water with a lid large enough to put what you want inside. It doesn’t have to be elegant, it just has to work, right?

However, the best thing about spa water is the fact that you can customize it to your liking, put whatever you want in the combination you want in that water and that’s it. The health benefits are twofold since we already know that all the elements are good for us!

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