The hydration game-changer that works in any situation

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There’s a good chance you might be dehydrated right now. At this very moment.

Maybe you just finished a super sweaty cardio class, or maybe you’ suffering from some post-vacay jet-lag. Or maybe (and this is where most of us find ourselves) you’re just going through each day not drinking enough H20.

According to Brandin Cohen, the co-founder of Liquid I.V., three out of four Americans are chronically dehydrated, and that’s the main reason he helped create this little lifesaver. Liquid I.V. Hydration Multiplier is a small powder packet that, when mixed with a glass of water, should give you the same amount of hydration you’d typically get from around three bottles of nature’s favorite beverage.

The science behind the powder works like this: The simple, clean ingredients of potassium, mined salt, and beet sugar create a powerful combo that delivers water and other key nutrients including vitamins B3, B5, B12, and C directly to your bloodstream. Translation: It should work just as well as IV hydration therapy (AKA vitamin drips) and promises to rehydrate you faster than drinking water all by itself.

And now’s the perfect time to stock up on Liquid I.V. Hydration Multiplier packets because W+G readers get 20 percent off their purchase with code WG20 at checkout. Cheers!

In partnership with Liquid I.V.

Photo: Jordan Younger/@TheBalancedBlonde

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