12/3/14

Strawberry Acai All Beauty Water


I drink a lot of water each day. I am constantly refilling my giant mug that I keep at my desk. I love mixing it up once in a while by drinking juice, tea, or coffee. I recently had the opportunity to try out a new beverage called All Beauty Water  , for free, in exchange for my honest review.

All Beauty Water is not your typical water. Each bottle of All Beauty Water contains 2 glasses of water, 7 SkinNutrients, and 8 SkinVitamins. This is a water made not only to keep you hydrated but to also keep your skin looking healthy. This precept is made with no artificial sweeteners, preservatives, or flavors. There are 0 calories, 0 grams of sugar, and no sodium, fat, or protein.

The only flavor I was able to try was the Strawberry Acai. I recall telling my boyfriend that he could have one of the flavors that I received and he took the Cucumber Aloe flavor, since he loves aloe juice. I went to my fridge to get the other two bottles out and noticed that he must have taken another bottle as well, the Pomegranate Rose flavored one. I was really looking forward to trying that flavor out. I love pomegranate juice. He drank those two flavors before I was able to get a photo of them.


  I will say that the color of the juice varies from the photo of the product on amazon, especially with the Strawberry Acai flavor. In the photo it looks like the beverage is a deep pink color, I was a lit surprised when it arrived a very faint muted pink or yellow color, depending on the light.

Before taking a sip I took a sniff of the product to see what the scent was like. For some reason I always do this before trying a new food. This beverage smells so yummy! I am trying this precept for the first time as I write this review. I just too my first sip and was pleasantly surprised. The initial taste is really good. I can taste that the strawberry flavor is what makes up the bulk of this beverage. There is a slight weird aftertaste. I don't really know how I would describe it though.









  I don't like that the ingredients list is a little vague. It tells you what the ingredients are, but when it comes to the color it says "fruit and vegetable juice for color" but doesn't tell you which fruit and vegetables it uses. Some people may be allergic to certain fruits and would appreciate knowing what was in the product. I also really don't like reading "Natural Flavors", as that an be almost anything that grows, animal or plan. The product does state that it is vegan, so I do believe that there are no animal products in this.

  Overall, I can't really say if I would try this again. I was unable to try two of the flavors. While I loved the initial flavor of the Strawberry Acai, the aftertaste left me a little dissatisfied. 








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