Glow In A Bottle
I was contacted by a rep at Vitamin Water a couple of months ago to try out their new Vitamin Water Zero Glow. They sent over a generous box so I could drink to my heart's (and skin's!) content!
The Vitamin Water Zero Glow contains Vitamin C, Vitamins b3 b5 b6 and b12, Vitamin E, Vitamin A, Biotin, and Zinc. Whew that's a lot! If you're familiar with vitamins for the skin then you'll know this drink is jam-packed with complexion benefiting goodies.
For those NOT familiar, let me break it down for you.
Vitamin C: Protects skin against free radicals and promotes the production of collagen
B Vitamins: Boosts immunity, improves circulation, and promotes healthy skin
Vitamin E: Reduces photo damage, wrinkles, and improves skin texture
Vitamin A: Reduces fine lines in the skin, helps fade age spots, and can improve skin conditions like acne or psoriasis
Biotin: Nourishes cells throughout the body, especially in hair follicles, nail beds, and outer layers of skin, promoting stronger hair and nails, and healthier skin
Zinc: Heals wounds such as cold sores, contains a mild astringent property that acts as a skin anti-inflammatory, helps heal acne
So what's it taste like? It pretty much tastes EXACTLY like a sugar free version of Vitamin Water Focus -- you know, the kiwi-strawberry flavored pink one. Probably because this one is similarly flavored with strawberry and guanabana. I love diet sodas but I'm not personally a fan of diet/sugar free teas, juices, and flavored waters -- too much of that fake sugar after taste that only carbonation can hide. But for those of you who don't mind the "sugar free taste" or are willing to sacrifice for the 0 calories, this is the drink for you.
Does it make you glow? You would assume so with the glow-in-the-dark, flirtini-esque, pink water in the bottle. At least you'll feel pretty drinking it! And boys -- don't let the pink scare you -- guys need pretty skin too! In all honesty, it's really hard to tell if it makes a difference unless you drink it daily. But the ingredients don't lie -- these are the same vitamins that you'll find in popular skin supplements and proven to be good for the complexion.