This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of 16 Water for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.
Hello divas! I hope you are having a fabulous week so far. It is a little chilly here in Tennessee but otherwise quite nice. Today I am excited to share my experiences with 16 Water, a high-quality bottled water brand that is produced and packaged on Jeju, a volcanic island off the Southwest coast of the Korean peninsula. The island was formed by volcanic eruptions, which created a series of underground reservoirs below the volcano Halla Mountain that are continuously renewed by heavy rainfall indigenous to the climate. The volcanic soil composition of the island also provides a natural filtration system, which both serves to remove impurities and impart a rich supply of minerals.
The water brand, 16, is naturally purified through 16 layers of volcanic rock, hence the brand name of 16. Passing through sixteen layers of volcanic bedrock, 16 is naturally puriﬁed without stripping away essential minerals. By letting nature do the work, we end up with a mineral-rich water that has not been processed or synthetically enhanced. The 1,400 feet of mineral deposits within Mt. Halla create the perfect environment for purification and fortiﬁcation. Very few places on earth have the ability to produce a naturally puriﬁed water with the mineral enrichment nature intended. I will be the first to tell you that I don’t typically drink a lot of bottled water. But I was pretty excited to try this out and I found that I really liked the water. It tasted clean, crisp and with no added enhancements. I also liked that more of the essential minerals stayed in the water during the purification process and that it can easily be ordered online. For more information regarding 16 Water, you can Visit 16 Water online or 16 Water on Facebook. Also be sure to Get your 16 Water on Amazon now.
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