This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/DripDrop. All opinions are my own.
Water. We buy it by the case. Whether I’m exercising, taking the kids to the park, or spending the day at a theme park, I always make sure I have bottles of water for the family. When we travel I always throw a case in the back of the van. You never know when you will get thirsty and need a drink. It saves us time and money having bottles of water around.
But sometimes water alone is not enough. I am so excited to learn about DripDrop. DripDrop provides a simple, cost-effective solution that enables everyone to treat mild to moderate dehydration with a safe, medical-grade solution. DripDrop hydration powder packets can be stored easily at home, in a travel kit, purse, or gym bag, so it’s there when you need it. Simply mix with water and drink.
Developed by a Mayo Clinic-trained family physician, DripDrop contains a proven ratio of ingredients – including sodium, sugars and potassium –which absorb quickly and help you recover faster than any other hydration product on the market. In fact, DripDrop has been shown to hydrate 34% faster than water alone, and 20% faster than pediatric solutions and sports drinks.
On our recent trip to Florida I told you about how my little boy ended up with a tummy bug and was sick for days. On vacation is the worst! I remember going all over theme parks, restaurants, and convenience stores looking for hydrating beverages. It was time consuming and expensive! If only I had known about DripDrop then. I could have just had them in my bag and poured them into the water bottles that are our constant companions!
DripDrop comes in Berry and Lemon flavor and they taste great! These are so handy to have around for those sick times or just when you’ve been playing too hard out in the hot sun. I will definitely be adding them to my travel bag for our upcoming trip to Israel.
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Cara R. says
Cool! My son was just in the hospital with Viral Meningitis. He got dehydrated before he was admitted. Drip Drop might have helped him beforehand and definitely would’ve helped him after he was off IV fluids.
I’d like to see you “throw” a case of water into the van. I was teasing your sister last week about “throwing” everything. For some reason it is not an expression I remember hearing a lot until recently. She thought it was probably a Southern expression.