The Glow Up Water Elixir by Blume
Beauty is an inside job. DYK the gut and skin have an intimate relationship known as The Gut-Skin Axis, which refers to how issues within the gut often first present themselves on our skin? In alliance with Sasha Exeter, our holistic wellness BFF, we set out to create a hydrating berry elixir that uses the magic of superfoods to elevate your water game, lift you up, and keep you glowing from the inside out. The result was a refreshing combination of prebiotic fruits and soothing botanicals, for 100% of your daily dose of Vitamin C. (30 servings)
- 100% Dose of Vitamin C
A light and refreshing water enhancement with a subtle botanical finish. Sip back and get your glow on.
- Stir together 1 tsp of the blend with a splash of boiling water. Sweeten to taste as desired.
- Top with 1 cup of cold water and ice. For best results, shake it up in a bottle.
Blackcurrant powder*, Butterfly pea flower powder*, Rose petal powder*, Rosehips extract, Bamboo shoot extract (silica), Maltodextrin, Inulin (chicory root)*, Maqui berry powder*, Hibiscus powder, Acacia fiber powder, Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C), Chamomile flower extract*.
All our ingredients are micro-ground for better absorption of health benefits and more versatility. Go beyond a water elixir, to a beautiful blue latte, superfood boosted smoothies, oatmeal, or anything really.
I just need to address this quote "A light and refreshing water enhancement with a subtle botanical finish. Sip back and get your glow on" because this is NOT a LIGHT AND REFRESHING with SUBTLE finish. This tastes terrible. Like horrible. I'm not a picky eater at all and I love my green drinks and I rarely sweeten anything but this stuff is hard to drink. My initial review (following the mixing instructions) was that it was very strong and very bitter, even after adding a touch of agave to sweeten. I thought the next day, it would be easier to drink if it was massively diluted, so I mixed the 2 tsps with 2L of water and it was still putrid! I have no problem drinking that 2l bottle any day but boy was it a struggle with this stuff in it. So I adjusted it for the following day and decided to go back to the initial instructions, 1-2tsps in a cup of water, but this time I added it to my hot lemon water in the morning hoping the lemon would balance out the flavour. Nope. No matter how I try to drink this, it's flavour is STRONG and BITTER and I need to plug my nose and just chug it to get it down. I'm not ready to throw in the towel yet, because I want to see if the results are worth the flavour, but I did want to warn future buyers who might not be as easy going on flavours as I am. This is gross to drink and I don't think I'd add it to smoothies to hide it because I think the flavour of this will dominate anything else.