About JOYFIT® - Sipperment Water Health

About JOYFIT® - Sipperment Water Health
If you're in the market for a flavorful alternative to water without the added sugars or additives, the water bottle flavour pod could be a great option for you. The bottle flavors your water, but not by adding a booster to the water itself.


Who is the flavoured water bottle best for? 

Sipperment is ideal for a consumer who enjoys flavoured water and finds that they are able to drink more water if it is flavoured. So if you're a consumer who doesn't have time to cut up fresh fruits to infuse your water, you might enjoy Sipperment.
Great for retainer wearers! Anyone gets braces off and has to wear the retainers all day except when eating. You are trying to drink more water, but gets so tired of plain water. This gives you the option of some flavor and it won’t stain your retainers or allow sugar or other chemicals to sit between your teeth and retainers all day.

How Sipperment bottles and pods works

If you find the smell pleasant, you're more likely to drink the water. It was a pleasant change from the regular water you’re used to drinking, adding an added layer of sensory activation to an otherwise mundane experience.
Here's the process: You fill up the bottle with water, drop one of the scented pods on top of the bottle snout, and drink from it as usual. You can just drink normally — no special sipping technique required.
With the pod in, the water flavored its scents and refreshing, similar to the taste of water that's been infused with actual fruit. The flavours travel through your mouth to your nose where your brain interprets it as flavor. You can even fill the bottle with sparkling water if you’re in the mood for something bubbly. Apart from making water more fun, there’s also the fact your H2O remains free of sugar, flavors, dyes, preservatives, and sweeteners — it’s nothing but natural scents.


There are plenty of flavour pods and bottle varieties to choose from

Sipperment wants to ensure there's something for everyone in its flavor pod shop. From fresh flavors like lemon and peach to options that are reminiscent of water-alternatives like cola and beer, there's a Sipperment flavour pod for everyone. There are currently 26 flavours available on the Sipperment site. Lime, kumquat lemon, passionfruit, grapefruit, peach, guava, cucumber,mint, osmanthus, peony,sakura, lychee, strawberry, coconut, watermelon, tropical apple, wildberry, orange, pineapple, lemon, coffee, rush bull, Chinese spirits, sake, beer, milk tea, coka,etc.
Sipperment offers both stainless-steel and plastic water bottles in a variety of colors, so that lightweight bottle lovers and cold-water devotees alike can enjoy the Sipperment experience.


How long does a flavour pod last?

Another important factor when discussing flavor is how long the pods can be used. Each pod is designed to flavor approximately 10L of water. One week is the ideal time for you to get the optimal flavor per pod.


What's the best water bottle for you?

Reusable water bottles are a must-have item whether you’re an athlete, traveler, student or even a stay-at-home mom. Hydration is a vital part of our lives, so equip yourself with a long-lasting reusable bottle to take with you everywhere.
Get ready to welcome a Sipperment water bottle into your life. While flavoured water bottle trends and features may not change as fast as smartphones or watches, it’s important to keep some key considerations in mind. These features will influence your water bottle decision as you shop.
Ease of Use: Do you grow attached to your things if they’re comfortable? Do you want something that feels like an extension of your body, that you can carry easily everywhere?
You can buy a bpa-free plastic bottle with a screw cap and not too heavy that you can stuff into your backpacking gear without adding too much weight. 22 ounces to 34 ounces is the most portable size.
Temperature Control: Do you want to use your bottle for both hot and cold water? Or, do you want your water bottle to keep the contents a certain temperature? You’ll need a stainless steel insulated water bottle for that.


How to Clean Your Bottle

Despite only holding water, bottles get gross. Mold can grow quickly, especially if you leave the cap on. Straws and mouthpieces accumulate bacteria, oils and grime from your mouth and any dirt and dust they pick up in your backpack.
Bottles are recommended to be hand-washed, and be sure to take everything fully apart first, like any silicone pieces that can trap bacteria. For flip-top insulated bottle lids that have more nooks and crannies, we recommend hand-washing by soaking it in soapy water and then scrubbing.
Get yourself a bottle brush and straw brush. A straw brush is included in the accessories. Even if you don't use straws, the smaller brush can be used to get into any crevices. It only needs to be cleaned with regular dish soap to clean very well.
Plastic bottles have a tendency to trap odors over time. You can fix this by putting a teaspoon of bleach and a teaspoon of baking soda in the bottle, filling it up with water, and letting it sit overnight. Rinse it out well the next day.

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