Water that makes you beautiful

Willow water hasa unique mineral composition
Willow Water has a unique mineral composition

Now this is interesting…

We all know that drinking water is good for your skin.

But is it possible that drinking particular types of water will produce better results?

Tests are being done. One study has found that, due to a unique mineral occurence, drinking mineral water filtered through a petrified White Willow Forest has noticeable benefits.

150 women, most of whom already drank over a litre of water a day, were asked to drink 1.5 litres of Willow Water per day, replacing their regular water consumption, and to record changes in skin condition/well-being.

7 out of 10 women saw an improvement in their skin condition after 6 weeks. In addition, 5 in 10 women felt happy with their skin condition at the end of the trial compared to only 1 out of 10 at the beginning of it.

The secret is in salicin – an anti-inflammatory agent, produced from willow bark, which also prevents pores clogging up.

Not only that, the women involved in the research said they prefered the taste of the water too. Willow Water is sourced in the Lake District, where what was once a White Willow forest and limestone combine together to filter the water into a unique mineral composition including calcium and salicin.

Another test on both men and women, involving doctors using scanners to detect wrinkle development, found a 24% decrease in wrinkles, which compared to the 19% decrease produced by another premium brand.

Is there something in the water? You’ll have to find out for yourself.

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