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Would You Drink Beauty Water?

Although I found my Borba experience to be a dud, I'm still intrigued by the idea of complexion-perfecting supplements. The latest launch is an English water called Beauty. It's a spring water that contains an anti-acne protein said to boost the body's bacteria-fighting abilities.

I doubt Beauty would be able to knock out acne — and even if it could do it, you'd have to drink at least two bottles a day, indefinitely. But the design of the bottle is so contemporary and energetic that I'd probably reach for it instead of Dasani. What about you? Would you drink this stuff?

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keiraz keiraz 8 years
bogus
MandyJoBo MandyJoBo 8 years
I don't have acne because I take REALLY good care of my skin. I was a bit bummed because I thought it was going to be a vitamin-enhanced water that was enhanced with vitamins good for beauty. I would buy that because I buy bottled water anyway, so why not? The bottle is so pretty!
loouhville loouhville 8 years
I'd buy it for the bottle, but not for the water itself. And I completely agree with misscoopa... The Earth comes first. And besides, why spend money on [ugly] bottled water when you can get tap water, which is basically the same? (and it's free, too!)
misscoopa misscoopa 8 years
I am anti-bottled water. I don't care if it give you better skin, it's all BAD for our planet!
So-Fab So-Fab 8 years
I'll try anything once if it means clear skin! I've had acne for 11 years and good lord am I tired of it. I got my Zeno in the mail today...wish me look and send me water:)
linday_love linday_love 8 years
bring it one i have a few pimples then and there!You know what else water i spray on my face to make it seem flawless?Depsea Water
cyrizzle cyrizzle 8 years
prettiest water bottle i've ever seen... maybe the name of the water refers more to the bottle itself...
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 8 years
I'd try it for a little while. It couldn't hurt and the bottle is really cute. I actually have yummy tap water so I usually don't like buying bottled water since the bottles aren't good for the environment.
juliarose23 juliarose23 8 years
as long as its not too expensive, i don't think it could hurt....
bingkaycoy bingkaycoy 8 years
No thanks. I'm not a water drinker anyway. If I want to drink water, I'd rather have it tap. Water taken with good nutrition such as lots of fruits, veggies and fish are enough to make skin look and feel better.
Killthesmiley Killthesmiley 8 years
It matches my regular work out clothes. So ... to be fashion forward and matching...yea sure! I mean...who wouldn't want their water bottle to match their yoga pants???
omlove omlove 8 years
I would buy it .....just so i can reuse the bottle ....i don't believe in processing something natural...saturating it with artificial ingredients and chemicals and then consuming it in the hope of achieving health ......but i soooo love the bottle .......;)
thecrimsonjade thecrimsonjade 8 years
I'd try anything. If it tastes good, is good for you and by some crazy chance it works - that would be even better! Why not?!
AllaWallaBalla AllaWallaBalla 8 years
As I recall, the Borba water didn't do much so I'm not trying that one again. And I agree with SanDiegoLove, the concept is kind of out of touch with today's economic and environmental reality.
SanDiegoLove SanDiegoLove 8 years
The last thing we need is another bottled water. The flavored/energy/vitamin waters do nothing for us except make more waste. I have a reuseable bottle that I use as much as possible and use the powdered Propel if I need a change or some flavor.
mischo-beauty mischo-beauty 8 years
Yep! I'd try it....
DCStar DCStar 8 years
Not only do I not believe in these "beauty" waters at ALL! (What a total gimmick!) I'm trying not to drink bottled beverages anymore. I carry my lovely Sigg everywhere!
toodledoo toodledoo 8 years
I'm not so big on the idea of having extra stuff added to my water.
emalove emalove 8 years
I don't suffer from acne, so I'll just stick to regular water.
puddlesworth puddlesworth 8 years
no way. ._.
Senne Senne 8 years
I would at least try it to see. I love drinking water so I wouldn't care if it didn't work as long as the taste is good ;)
NIC84 NIC84 8 years
I'd try it out. =)
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 8 years
seems like a hoax...
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
Eh no thanks...
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