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Sometimes you see this advertisements of women working out. They look super toned and the slight signs of sweat seem to make them glow, exuding strength and beauty. That is so not me. Unfortunately, I sweat like a pig and it is not pretty . . . at all. In fact, to avoid my excessive sweat from dripping into my eyes and burning for days, I have to wear an 80’s terrycloth tennis headband. Sad, right?
When considering the amount water I lose from sweating, it’s almost impossible to rehydrate completely by drinking just plain water. Turns out that CVS stores are carrying something that’s perfect for replenishing those hydration levels after exercising/playing. Since the product can also help with dehydration from vomiting or diarrhea (sorry for being so blunt but we have all experienced it), it’s found in the baby aisle. DripDrop Hydration Powder comes in both lemon and berry flavors.
DripDrop Hydration Powder
DripDrop has no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. However, the medical grade solution is clinically shown to help hydrate (replacing fluid and electrolytes). You just need to mix one packet of DripDrop into 8 oz. of water and drink. This can be done every 1-2 hours as needed. Adults can consume up to 16 servings per day while children can have up to 8 servings.
Question is – what does it taste like and does it really help? The taste is not bad. It’s on the sweet side with a salty aftertaste. Usually, I have to down gallons of normal water to quench my thirst after working up a sweat. With DripDrop, I was good after those first 8 oz. Seems like I’ve found a new workout partner.
Could you benefit from having some DripDrop in your home? Until 2/21, you can use this $1.00 off coupon to purchase of any one box of DripDrop Hydration Powder (while supplies last).