Full Circle - Wherever Water Lemon Water On-the-Go Glass Water Bottle - Raspberry Pink - 20 oz.
Full Circle Wherever Water Lemon Water On-the-Go Glass Water Bottle features a built-in lemon reamer, making it easy to add flavor. Full Circle Lemon On-the-Go Glass Water Bottle is a great way to make your eight daily servings of water more palatable, without the added sugar, cost and waste of prepackaged beverages.
- Designed to land on soft base or lid if dropped
- Comes in 4 colors: Lime Green, Raspberry Pink, Blueberry and Blackberry
- Dishwasher safe
- Silicone base & lemon reamer remove for washing
- Juicing lemons, rather than dropping them in water prevents contamination from pesticides
- Glass tastes better than plastic or aluminum and is recyclable
Did You Know?
Not many people find it easy to drink the recommended 64 ounces of water every day. Often, many of those ounces come from soda, coffee or other sugary beverages. But what if those 64 ounces had a little personality and were more enjoyable? Introducing Wherever Water – Lemon Water on the Go.
Infusing water with fruit and herbs gives bland water great flavor, but without the calories and sugar found in juices and sodas. And because it tastes better, you'll drink more. Not only does drinking lots of water keep your skin, hair, muscles and joints healthy, but when paired with detoxifying fruits and vegetables, it also cleanses your kidneys, liver and other organs.
Sure, you can buy infused water beverages for three dollars each, but they're not as fresh, create unnecessary plastic waste and frankly, are a waste of money. So save money and the environment by infusing your own!
Infused water has been used in spas for years. Mix up a cucumber mint water and be transported right back to your last massage.
Why Lemon Water?
Lemon water has been known as a detoxifying agent for years. It aids in digestion, keeps your skin youthful and glowing, freshens your breath, fights colds and infections, helps to lower high blood pressure, detoxifies your liver and kidneys, and even aids in weight loss. How does it accomplish all this? Well, lemon is a rich source of Vitamin C, Vitamin B and riboflavin, and it's packed with minerals like calcium, phosphorus and magnesium that do wonders for your body. Squeezing lemon juice from a bottle, or buying a pre-mixed drink, just won't give you the benefits of freshly squeezed lemon water. So squeeze in half a lemon, and look forward to a brighter, healthier day!
Use your lemon juicer with limes, oranges and grapefruits as a low calorie, low sugar alternative to juice. You can even mix them all together to make a refreshing citrus cooler.
Other great-tasting combinations:
- Mint and Lemon
- Mint and Cucumber
- Mint and Rosemary
- Mint and Strawberry
- Lemon, Orange and Cucumber
- Raspberry and Lime
- Lemon and Basil
- Rosemary and Cucumber
Still not sold on the recommended 64 ounces of water per day? Check out the facts:
The human body is composed of 55 to 75 percent water, and a constant infusion of water is required for cells to function properly. And the body is constantly losing water—our lungs expel up to four cups of water per day through normal breathing, two cups can be expelled through general (non-exercise) perspiration, and a cup of water is expelled through sweating feet. As well, every trip to the bathroom is a cup of water.
Water helps the body regulate temperature, transport oxygen to cells and maintain muscle tone. Dehydration—as little as 2% loss of body fluid—can cause physical and mental fatigue. Adequate hydration keeps joints lubricated, helps prevent digestion issues, lessens the severity of colds and flu, and can help decrease the chance of kidney stones. It also hydrates the skin and eyes—did you know your cornea is 80% water? And drinking more water can actually help people who retain fluids shed their excess water weight.
In short, water isn't just a good idea—it's a great idea!
Full Circle's Mission
Change is good
It’s a simple reality: our product choices are limited to what we can find on store shelves. And more often than not, products that are the most accessible aren’t always the most eco-friendly. Or good looking. That’s just the way it’s been for ages.
But the game has changed—with Full Circle’s line of stylish, functional products made from sustainable and renewable resources. Like scrub brushes with sleek, bamboo handles and sponges made from cellulose, a plant-based fiber. They even made pot scrubbers that fully biodegrade! (As you can see, they’re really into this stuff.)
At Full Circle, they believe in constantly striving to do things better. Because while there may be a finite number of resources in the world, there’s an infinite number of ways to use them more wisely.
And figuring out how to do that is what gets them up every morning.
About Full Circle
A life cycle. Every product in our homes has one—from a scrub brush to a sponge. They’re designed and manufactured, serve out their purpose, get old and are thrown away. In the US alone, if one scrub brush per household gets thrown out every year, that’s about 120 million brushes ending up in the garbage.
Yes, you read that correctly—120 million.
And most of them are plastic (petroleum-based plastic) which means it takes about 1000 years before they start to break down.
Yes, you also read that correctly—1000 years.
But what if there was a scrub brush made from sustainable, biodegradable materials? One that would eventually break back down into those same biodegradable materials? And what if it was made in a factory with great working conditions and higher environmental standards? And what if it was ergonomic, worked great, and looked terrific in your home?
Well, that’s pretty much the thinking behind Full Circle.
You will notice on their packaging that they say "Sustainable. Made in China." Many might think these two things are mutually exclusive, but that is up to the manufacturer. Full Circle looks at the environmental and social practices of their factories to ensure they are up to standards. And more importantly, they are on the ground making sure they keep up those standards. Want some examples?
- Full Circle sources raw materials close to where all of the processes and packaging is done to minimize transportation.
- They ensure scraps and waste materials are recycled.
- They use recycled and FSC certified paper for their marketing materials and packaging
- They audit their factories according to the following: fair labor practices, health & safety, compensation & work hours, environmental conditions including air and water, as well as waste disposal.
Full Circle is not perfect and does not claim to be, but they do closely monitor the environmental and social impact of their products.
Come Clean. Full Circle.