Lately, my Facebook and Instagram feeds have been filled with ads for Waterdrop. As a new mom, I'm always trying to up my hydrated and I get bored with plain water after a while. Usually, when this happens I tend to grab a soda or drink filled with calories.
After drinking one too many sodas, I decided to give Waterdrop a shot. In this post, I'll share with you my experience with Waterdrop and if it's actually helped me drink more water!
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What is Waterdrop?
Waterdrop is a tablet that you add to water that makes it flavored. It's a cute little cube that you put into water, and after about 5 minutes you have a lightly flavored drink.
What's exactly inside a Waterdrop microdrink tablet? The ingredients vary by flavor, but generally, the ingredients are: citric acid, sodium carbonate, inulin, potassium carbonate, stevia leaf, and different flavorings and vitamins, depending on the flavor.
Nutritional information varies by the flavor you get, but generally, the tablets are either 0 calories or 4 from 1g of carbs. From the ones I tried, the Youth, Focus and Zen are 5 calories and Love and Vibe are 0.
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When I first ordered Waterdrop I wanted to order a bundle that included a water bottle and 4 different flavors, but I was sad to see the bundles sold out. I could, however, order everything individually so I ended up ordering just 2 flavors - Love and Vibe - to try it out.
About 2 days after I ordered my package arrived! I was really impressed with how quickly the order arrived - but I guess it didn't travel too far since they come from Chicago and I'm only a few states away.
I was so excited to try them! Once I opened the package, I decided to try Love first. I popped the little tablet into a water bottle and let it go. I let it sit for about 2 minutes before taking a sip - which I quickly learned was a mistake because I ended up getting a mouthful of the tablet. I waited another 3 minutes and the tablet fully dissolved into the water.
The water had a hint of berry flavor and the flavor reminded me of a light version of Vitamin water. I ended up drinking it pretty quickly and then I noticed that my mouth felt kind of dry. I ended up having 2 more after and before I knew it I had hit my water goal of the day!
I ended up finishing the packs I bought and went and bought a few more. This time they had the bundles available so I got a water bottle and 4 Waterdrop packs. So far I've liked all the flavors I've received and my favorite one so far is Love!
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Overall, I think Waterdrop is pretty tasty. Is it a complete gamechanger? No. Will it make you drink more water? Possibly. It definitely does make water taste a lot better
I'm a sucker for cute water bottles and packaging so I absolutely love it and do find it helps me drink more water. I'm adding at least 20 oz a day in because of the tablets so I take that as a win!
The tablets are a little pricey when you look at it - about $1 a drink, but to me it's worth it because I really do like the flavors and have started drinking slightly more water each day.
If you're tired of boring water and want to add in some flavor without the calories, I recommend trying out Waterdrop. It helps me drink more water and it's super easy to use.
Although Waterdrop is most definitely not a complete game-changer, I do think it does help you drink more water. If you're looking for something new to try out it's worth checking out Waterdrop!