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aka : H20

country of origin : Canada

process : Distilled

certification : Organic, but unable to certify Earth minerals

  • Increases energy 

  • Flushes toxins

  • Improves skin conditions

  • Boosts immune system

  • Hydrates body

  • Combats Ezcema & Psoriasis

  • Reduces acne

  • Opens pores (steam)

  • Closes & tightens pores (cold)

  • Hydrates hair

Drink 2L + of water every day to hydrate, flush the digestive system, replenish water loss from breathing, and keep skin supple and soft.



We need it, it makes up 50-60% of our bodies, and 65-75% in babies and children. All of our organs quite literally rely on it. Water plays a vital role in digestion, blood circulation, absorption of nutrients and the elimination of toxins. It's important in the function of every organ in your body, including the skin. Just like all other organs, the skin is made up of cells that require water to function. When your skin cells aren't sufficiently hydrated, the appearance of your skin suffers, making you look older than your years. Water is essential to maintain the optimum skin moisture and deliver essential nutrients to the skin cells. It replenishes the skin tissue and increases its elasticity. This helps delay the appearance of signs of ageing like wrinkles and fine lines.


Water is a natural miracle ingredient that supports vitamin consumption and assists in efficient and healthy hair growth. Water makes almost one quarter of the weight of a hair strand, thus, drink two liters of water every day to get gleaming and healthy tresses. Dehydration has a direct impact on the growth of hair. Lack of moisture results in dry and brittle hair. It may even stop growing at the maximum genetic rate if you don’t drink enough water to meet your daily needs. The roots of the hair are the means by which water is transported from the body. They soak up water and provide hydration to the rest of the hair strand.



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