“Drink a minimum of 2 liters of water a day”, “hydration”, “Remember to take the right amount of fluids during the day” – such slogans we see everywhere, many of us probably do not even pay attention to them anymore. What’s really going on with this water? Is it really as important to our body as we are told?
The answer is short and blunt: YES.
Water is an absolutely essential ingredient for our survival and prosperity. Although there is no universal amount to drink per day that is suitable for everyone, it is assumed that for the average adult it is 2 liters of water per day. This amount depends on many factors, including the season, physical activity or personal tastes – one person will feel great drinking 1.5 liters during the day, while for another 2.5 liters it will be an optimum – however, it can not be denied that proper hydration is crucial for health.
Water affects all reactions that occur in the body and can be much more important than you think. Not able to lose weight despite dieting? Perhaps you drink too little water, which is responsible for accelerating metabolism. You suffer from headaches and chronic fatigue and do not know why? Start by tracking how much water you drink during the day. Having trouble focusing? Water should be the first thing you reach for.
In addition to affecting your health and well-being, water also matters to your beauty. If you observe at home little firm, dull and gray skin despite the use of suitable cosmetics – you probably drink too little water. The skin is the first to show dehydration and this should send a clear signal to us to introduce more water into our daily routine.
But what if the water is not attractive to us and drinking it is an unpleasant obligation? After all, it is much more pleasant to reach for sweetened drinks or sweetened juices. It’s more enjoyable – yes, but better – certainly not.
And here with the help, all in pink, enters SUPERSONIC Beauty Isotonic Drink, which combines the characteristics of an isotonic drink and cosmetic, while taking care of your hydration and beauty. Its formula is based on coconut water, which is an ideal natural isotonic and source of electrolytes. Electrolytes in the body perform very important functions, because they are responsible for transporting water in the body and for maintaining acid-base balance. Their role is also to conduct nerve impulses – hence people who drink a lot of coffee and tea, struggle with tremors and muscle spasms.
In addition, beauty isotonic drink also contains functional ingredients that are selected to comprehensively act on beauty and health. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring component in the skin, the amount of which decreases with age, which makes it lose its firmness and elasticity. It has the ability to bind water in the skin, so that it is nourished and moisturized from the inside.
Plant extracts from bamboo shoots and rosehips are a source of vitamins and minerals. Bamboo is made of silicon, which is the building block of connective tissue, that is, among other things, the skin, blood vessels and tendons – so it is necessary to preserve beautiful skin. Rosehip fruits are rich in vitamin C, which helps in the proper production of collagen, which is a protein responsible for skin elasticity. A unique ingredient in SUPERSONIC Beauty Isotonic Drink is the unconventional yeast Yarrowia lipolytica. They contain betaglucan with immunostimulating and anti-aging effects and protein amino acids, which are precursors in collagen synthesis.
Thanks to the specially selected beauty isotonic composition with a pleasant watermelon flavor will provide you with refreshment and optimal hydration every day.
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