9 May 2024 — Wellness

Hydration Hacks for Those Who Don’t Love Water

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Not a water fan? No problem. Let’s make drinking fun and flavourful with the best hydration hacks across the internet.

Water might not be your beverage of choice. Maybe it feels a bit plain, or maybe you just forget to sip regularly. Whatever the reason, we’ve all heard a million times how essential hydration is for our health, energy, and skin. But don’t worry; we have some creative and tasty tips to help you boost your water intake without feeling like a chore. And yes, we’ll add a little zing with our INTU WELLNESS super powders,

Why Is Hydrating So Important?

First, let’s discuss why staying hydrated is a big deal. Water does more than just quench thirst. It helps regulate body temperature, keeps joints lubricated, aids digestion and nutrient absorption, and detoxifies your body. Pretty impressive for something so simple, right?

Make It Flavourful

Water infused with Lavender

One of the easiest ways to make drinking water more enjoyable is to jazz it up with flavours. Here’s how you can do it:

1. Add Natural Flavours

Infuse your water with slices of fruits like lemon, lime, berries, or cucumber. They add a refreshing twist to your hydration routine. Plus, it looks so inviting.

Fruit Infusions

Citrus – Lemons, limes, oranges, and grapefruits can give your water a zesty tang.

– Strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries add sweetness and vibrant colour.

Tropical Fruits
– Pineapple, mango, and kiwi can offer a refreshing tropical taste.

Hydration Hacks using Herbs and Spices

Mint – Adds a cool, refreshing flavour that pairs well with many fruits.

Basil – Offers a slightly sweet, herbal note that is great with strawberry or lemon.

Coriander – For a more unique flavour, it is especially good with lime.

Ginger – Gives a spicy kick that can be warming or refreshing.

Cinnamon Sticks – They infuse slowly and can be paired with apple slices for a hint of spice.


Cucumber – Adds a mild, refreshing taste that’s very hydrating.

Celery – Subtle and slightly salty, it pairs well with green apple and lemon.

Carrot – Slightly sweet, especially good when paired with orange slices.

Hydration Hacks Using Edible Flowers

Rose Petals – Add a floral note; perfect for a soothing drink.

Lavender – Known for its calming properties, it’s a lovely addition with some honey.

Hibiscus – Creates a beautiful colour and a tart flavour that’s delicious cold or hot.

Elderflowersubtly sweet, and slightly floral flavour with hints of lychee and pear

Combo Ideas

Lemon and Mint – Classic and refreshing.

Orange and Ginger – Offers a warm, citrusy spice.

Strawberry and Basil – Sweet and herbal, with a gourmet twist.

Cucumber and Lime – Crisp and invigorating.

Watermelon and Rosemary – Unique, with a hint of savoury.

Enhanced Ice Cubes 

As they melt, freeze berries, lemon slices, or edible flowers in ice cubes for a slow-releasing flavour infusion.

2. Go Herbal

Herbal teas
Herbal teas are a fantastic way to stay hydrated. They come in countless flavours and can be enjoyed hot or iced. Peppermint, hibiscus, and chamomile are some of our go-to’s.

3. Fizz It Up

sparkling water

If you’re a soft drink fan, sparkling water can be a great alternative. It gives you that same fizzy sensation without the sugar overload. You can even add a squeeze of lemon or lime juice for extra flavour.

INTU WELLNESS Super Powders—Your Hydration Game Changer

Now, for the magical touch—INTU WELLNESS Super Powders. Not only do our powders flavour your water, but they also pack a punch of health benefits. 

Energy & Skin Radiance
This tastes a bit tropical/pineappley. Add a scoop of this tropical-flavoured powder to your water. It’s perfect for a refreshing early morning boost that keeps your skin glowing and your energy levels up. Learn more about its benefits and ingredients here.

Gut & Skin Rejuvenation
If you’re into subtle, sweet flavours, the peachy taste of this powder taste amazing dissolved in water. It’s great for supporting digestion and maintaining that beautiful skin. Read more about its benefits here.

Sleep & Skin Renewal
Wind down with the calming ingredients in our lemon-flavoured sleep powder. It’s ideal for a soothing evening drink that helps you relax and hydrate before bed. Read more about its benefits here.

Drink Your Way to Hydration

Besides adding INTU WELLNESS Super Powders, there are other fun ways to ensure you’re getting enough fluids:

  • Set a Water Goal
    Keep a cute water bottle by your side and set a daily goal. There’s something satisfying about hitting your target each day.
  • Use an App
    There are plenty of apps out there that remind you to drink water and track your intake. It’s like having a hydration buddy in your pocket.
  • Eat Water-Rich Foods
    Watermelon, strawberries, and cucumber are packed with water. Snacking on these can help up your fluid intake effortlessly.
  • Use a Water Bottle with Time Markers
    Set water goals in time increments throughout the day so you know where to drink to meet your goals.

Staying hydrated doesn’t have to be boring or burdensome. With these tips and some help from our super powders, you can easily make it a delicious and health-boosting part of your daily routine. Remember, every sip counts towards a healthier, more vibrant you. 

Gut & Skin Rejuvenation not to be used in children under 2 years of age without medical advice. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional. Mineral and vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet. Advise your doctor of any medicine you take during pregnancy, particularly in your first trimester.


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