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Will 'sexy water' make you sexy?

Hydration gets a glamorous makeover


Move over plain old water—there's a new drink in town, and it's turning heads for all the right (and maybe a few questionable) reasons. Enter "sexy water," the brainchild of content creator Kelly Stranick, a.k.a. Kelly Grace Mae, who's taking hydration to a whole new level by jazzing up H2O with ice, fruit, and a splash of supplements. But is this trend really as refreshing as it sounds, or is it just a gimmicky spin on staying hydrated?

What exactly is "sexy water," you ask? According to Stranick, it's the art of making hydration a little more... well, sexy. By tossing in everything from collagen to chlorophyll, she's turned sipping on water into a full-blown self-care ritual. And she's not alone—TikTok is awash with users flaunting their own "sexy water" creations, each one more dazzling than the last.


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While "sexy water" may sound like the ultimate thirst-quencher, experts warn that the jury's still out on its health benefits. Sure, electrolyte mixes might jazz up your water game, but do we really need to be throwing mushrooms and colostrum into the mix? As hydration researcher Yasuki Sekiguchi puts it, sometimes less is more—especially when it comes to what we're gulping down.

So, should you hop aboard the "sexy water" bandwagon? Well, according to water sommelier Martin Riese, there's no harm in spicing up your hydration routine—if it gets you to drink more water, that is. But let's not forget: at the end of the day, water is water, whether it's dressed to the nines or keeping it casual.

So, go ahead, indulge in a glass of "sexy water" if you fancy. Just remember, staying hydrated is the real MVP here—whether you're sipping on a rainbow-colored elixir or keeping it old-school with a plain old glass of H2O. Cheers to hydration, in all its quirky, glamorous glory!

Source: Yahoo Life

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