Sourced from the Lake District, this water is rich in salicin which has anti-inflammatory properties, and drinking it has been said to make the complexion clearer and blemish-free.
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At Sugahfix HQ we always try to drink our recommended 1.5 litres of water a day because it’s good for keeping our bodies hydrated and our skin clear. Now we’ve got an extra reason for gulping down our H2O – a water that has added beauty benefits.
Yes, we know drinking water is good for us, but Willow Water, 69p, can help clear spots and reduce redness as it contains the mineral salicin, which comes from willow bark and has anti-inflammatory effects.
You can now buy the beauty of the Lake District and literally drink it in. Willow Water is sourced from the famous ‘Holy Well of Cartmel’ in the Lakes and is the only bottled water in the UK that naturally contains both salicin from White Willow bark and high levels of calcium from the limestone layers at Cartmel Fell.
The buzz around the watering hole is that Willow Water’s making a big splash. It’s a new totally natural bottled water containing a unique blend of minerals that promises to help nurture clear skin.
What does every girl really want (aside form a pony and Justine Timberlake)? Lovely clear skin of course. Naturally you need to keep that all-important beauty regime up, but it’s a well known fact that drinking water is a one-way ticket to a face that’s as fresh as a daisy.
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