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Natural Glow

Beauty from the
inside out

Elevate your Beauty Routine

Dehydration is the silent enemy robbing your hair, skin, and nails of their radiant glow. Introducing the Natural Glow System—a dual-action beauty revolution.

Natural Glow Hydration™ dives deep, properly hydrating your cells from within, while the Natural Glow Facial Petals seal in that moisture, boosting collagen production externally.¹

Together they can help take your existing beauty routine to the next level.

See a difference in as little as 12 days*

Closeup of a woman's under-eye area before using Natural Glow Hydration
Closeup of a woman's under-eye area after using Natural Glow Hydration for 12 days

Available in Two Refreshing Flavors

How it Works

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Woman applying Natural Glow Hydration Facial Petals in a bathroom looking in the mirror

Brings Moisture to the Surface

Collagen-Boosting Glycine

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What people are saying


I have noticed that I have not had my nails crack, split, chip or peel in the last two weeks. This is a huge improvement as my fingernails have been doing just that for years. I believe in these products.

Marianne B.
Unsweetened Lemon Water

Light refreshing great tasting. I would highly recommend this product to anyone.

Collin J.
Lemonade / Lemongrass

After drinking it for about a week, I noticed my nails did not break as often and my hair was soft. After I stopped drinking them my nails were breaking more often again, so I do think the water was providing additional benefits for my hair, skin, and nails

Caitlyn H.
Unsweetened Lemon Water

I absolutely love it for how it makes me feel – refreshed and revitalized. But that's not all; since I started drinking it regularly, my hair has become shinier and more manageable, and my nails have grown stronger and healthier. This hydration drink is now an essential part of my beauty routine, delivering a youthful glow, beautiful hair, and healthy nails. I can't wait to continue reaping the benefits, and I highly recommend it to anyone looking to boost their inner and outer beauty!

Jaterri M.
Lemonade / Lemongrass

My wife and I have been sampling both the Lemon Water and the Lemonade/Lemongrass flavors. I like the unsweetened lemon water because it really tastes just like you squeezed a fresh lemon into your water, very refreshing. Been on this product for about 8 days and starting to see and feel a difference!

Torry D.
Unsweetened Lemon Water


The biggest difference is that Natural Glow does not rely on sodium or sugar to achieve effective hydration inside your cells.

Glycine and Taurine, key amino acids in Natural Glow, play significant roles in supporting skin health. Glycine is particularly beneficial as it helps enhance collagen production, a vital component for maintaining skin elasticity and strength. Additionally, Taurine supports overall cellular health, which can positively impact the skin's hydration and resilience.

Natural Glow Facial Petals are a safe, effective way to support your anti-aging beauty routine. They work by improving hydration and stimulating collagen production to smooth skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Each hypoallergenic silicone petal can be used up to 12 times, depending on skin type. They’re non-toxic and won’t damage skin.

For the best results, use daily as part of a consistent skin care regimen. We recommend pairing with Natural Glow Hydration (two cans a day) to create a beauty system that will hydrate your skin inside and out.

Natural Glow Facial Petals are hypoallergenic, 100% high quality silicone.

There are patents on the water filtration system and process, as well as the drink formulation.

We've carefully selected sucralose for our sweetened version that allows for a desirable taste without adding calories or impacting blood sugar levels. The amount of sucralose used is minimal, staying well within FDA-approved safe limits (you would need to consume over 25 cans a day to exceed the maximum FDA recommended intake). We also offer an unsweetened version for those who prefer hydration without any sweeteners.

We use natural flavors like Lemon or Lemon Grass to flavor our product. Listing them as "Natural Flavors" is the standard for labeling of the products for any natural flavors that are not intended to have nutritional value. Our natural flavor is Vegan, Natural (not synthetic), and Non GMO.

Many customers have experienced the benefits of Natural Glow after drinking 1-2 cans/day, although individual results may vary. See Natural Glow customer testimonials to see what benefits others have experienced.

Generally speaking, you would supplement your normal drinking with Natural Glow, not completely replace it. Each person's individual needs and hydration levels are different, so please consult a health professional for your specific requirements.

We use BPANI liners to ensure the safety and quality of all our hydration products. BPANI liners are used in food and beverage containers as an alternative to traditional epoxy liners. They are made of materials that do not contain BPA.

The ultra pure (99.9999+% pure) water used in Natural Glow is a crucial part of what makes this product so effective at hydrating inside your cells. Aluminum cans are the best way to ensure we can preserve the osmolality needed to deliver rapid electrolyte absorption.

Yes, Natural Glow is safe for children.

While not classified as IV water, Natural Glow features water that undergoes a rigorous purification process, ensuring low impurity levels comparable to those found in IV solutions.

Osmolality measures the concentration of essential elements (like electrolytes in water), and plays a crucial role in determining what gets into your cells. Natural Glow features an osmolality of 200 (within the range recommended by the World Health Organization) to ensure optimal absorption speed, without cellular bloat.

*Results may vary.

Supporting Studies

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5. Tai CY, Joy JM, Falcone PH, Carson LR, Mosman MM, Straight JL, Oury SL, Mendez C Jr, Loveridge NJ, Kim MP, Moon JR. An amino acid-electrolyte beverage may increase cellular rehydration relative to carbohydrate-electrolyte and flavored water beverages. Nutr J. 2014 May 26;13:47. doi: 10.1186/1475-2891-13-47. PMID: 24884613; PMCID: PMC4052333.

6. Sollanek KJ, Kenefick RW, Cheuvront SN. Osmolality of Commercially Available Oral Rehydration Solutions: Impact of Brand, Storage Time, and Temperature. Nutrients. 2019 Jun 29;11(7):1485. doi: 10.3390/nu11071485. PMID: 31261904; PMCID: PMC6682936..

7. Dmitrieva NI, Gagarin A, Liu D, Wu CO, Boehm M. Middle-age high normal serum sodium as a risk factor for accelerated biological aging, chronic diseases, and premature mortality. EBioMedicine. 2023 Jan;87:104404. doi: 10.1016/j.ebiom.2022.104404. Epub 2023 Jan 2. PMID: 36599719; PMCID: PMC9873684.

8. Liska D, Mah E, Brisbois T, Barrios PL, Baker LB, Spriet LL. Narrative Review of Hydration and Selected Health Outcomes in the General Population. Nutrients. 2019 Jan 1;11(1):70. doi: 10.3390/nu11010070. PMID: 30609670; PMCID: PMC6356561.

9. Meléndez-Hevia E, De Paz-Lugo P, Cornish-Bowden A, Cárdenas ML. A weak link in metabolism: the metabolic capacity for glycine biosynthesis does not satisfy the need for collagen synthesis. J Biosci. 2009 Dec;34(6):853-72. doi: 10.1007/s12038-009-0100-9. PMID: 20093739.

10. Leiper JB. Fate of ingested fluids: factors affecting gastric emptying and intestinal absorption of beverages in humans. Nutr Rev. 2015 Sep;73 Suppl 2:57-72. doi: 10.1093/nutrit/nuv032. Erratum in: Nutr Rev. 2020 Sep 1;78(9):781. PMID: 26290292.