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Atlanta-based Beauty Water Gives Back Through Educational Initiatives

By Claire Harper | March 27, 2020 | Food & Drink


We’ve been told time and time again about the importance of drinking water: It’ll make your skin glow, help with digestion and support organs, they say. Well, they’re right, and Atlanta-based Beauty Water is here to spread the good word, or rather, water. As the nation’s first women-owned-and-operated bottled water company, its founders created the brand with the world of beauty in mind. “Health and whole wellness starts with hydration,” says Vony-tza Ciné, one of the company’s founders. “Simply drinking an adequate amount of pure, clean water daily is fundamental in maintaining beautiful hair, skin, nails and health.” The company partners with health and fitness groups, hosting social events, brand activations and more around the city to educate on the importance of the liquid that makes up 2/3 of the human body. Two noteworthy initiatives are its Hydrate Atlanta program, which was started in 2018 in support of cardiovascular health, and its cancer program, which supplies complimentary Beauty Water bottles to consumers undergoing cancer treatment. But what you’re probably wondering—what makes Beauty Water different from any other water out there? Here’s the breakdown: With a 13-stage reverse osmosis technology, Beauty Water is free of bacteria, sugar, sodium, pesticides, fluoride and any sulfur-based compounds. “This technology maintains the integrity of H2O, providing one of the cleanest and healthiest bottled waters on the market—without the need to add electrolytes for taste or chemicals and additives for cleanliness,” says Ciné. With this new knowledge in mind, let’s all raise a bottle of the refreshing liquid and toast to the beauty of water (pun intended). –CH

Photography by: Orlando Watson