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Keep Hydrated with Drip Drop

This post is sponsored by Girls Gone Sporty on behalf of Drip Drop Hydration.

Drip Drop Hydration Review

 If you are an athlete, you know how important it is to stay hydrated. The trouble is that many non-athletes are not aware of how important proper hydration is for everyday life. I know that I am not always the best at keeping hydrated so I was interested to try Drip Drop Hydration.

Whether you’re on the road, at your desk, in the gym or just under the weather, dehydration has a profound effect on your health, mood, and performance. Used by top hospitals across the country, Drip Drop is safe enough for everyday use and powerful enough to help battle chronic conditions.

According to Drip Drop, 75% of Americans are typically dehydrated. I think many of us think if we are not working out like crazy or sweating up a storm, we don’t need to worry about dehydration. According to their research, Drip Drop is 34% more hydrating than water alone. That ice water with lemon I often drink, just isn’t cutting it. Are you dehydrated? I realized I was when I reviewed some of the symptoms:

Drip Drop Hydration review

I frequently lack focus and get easily fatigued. I know that I sometimes feel hungry when I am likely just thirsty. I definitely noticed a difference when I started using Drip Drop. I had more energy and felt less stressed. I recently found that the dehydration can make my allergies worse too. So trying Drip Drop was also perfect timing for allergy season.

So, how does Drip Drop work? They have a patented formula that enhances absorption and speeds recovery. It is called O.R.S. This stands for Oral Rehydration System. They have a ratio of ingredients that are meant to speed absorbtion and have a better taste then alternative sports drinks. The trouble with sports drinks is that they often need to reduce electrolytes and increase sugar to try to make their drinks taste good. Drip Drop does not do this. They keep their ingredients at an optimum balance without adding a bunch of sugar. 

Drip Drop Hydration Review


Drip Drop was formulated by a family physician who grew tired of prescribing poor-tasting pediatric beverages to his patients. He wanted to create something that kids would love too. I have had my kids try it during their sporting events and they really like it. Drip Drop will also come in handy the next time we have a sick child at home. You

Drip Drop is also hosting a giveaway of one of their hydration kits. Each hydration kit includes (3) boxes of Drip Drop, (1) t-shirt, (1) water bottle, (1) lip balm, and(1) tote bag.

Use THIS LINK to enter the giveaway. This giveaway ends July 15. 

You can find out more about Drip Drop on their website. To order, visit the Drip Drop Store and use the code GoneSporty20 for a 20% discount (expires July 31)

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  1. Rebekah says:

    I know I have been dehydrated lately. As soon as I leave the house in the morning, I am dying for a drink. I love that Drip Drop comes in little on-the-go pouches; I could take a few with me.

  2. I too think this would be helpful for a sick child or older person.

  3. What a great idea! We like to go hiking along the coast during the summer, and these would come in very handy while we are out in the hot sun.

  4. Jenna Wood says:

    This is very cool, I am bad about staying hydrated and could really use some extra help when I’m active during the Summer. I’m going to mention this to my local CVS manager and see if he can try and stock it.

  5. I’ve been trying to drink my daily dose of recommend water but I think these would be a great additive to my water to make sure I’m getting all I need when I can’t chug down the full amount!

  6. Lena says:

    So true and I had no idea there is something that can help to get proper hydration

  7. This is a pretty unique product, thank you for sharing! I’ll have to check out the giveaway too!

  8. Dede says:

    This would be handy to take to the parks in the summer. We’re always thirsty when we’re running around Dollywood!

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