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I beg your pardon? So what exactly is in our tap water?

I beg Your pardon? So what exactly is in our tapwater?

Image: this is what the tap water in the bathtub looks like AFTER the aquaRevitaliser Ionized Mineral Extract has done its job! The sediment at the bottom is that, which has been extracted!

Who knew our tap water was so heavily contaminated!

We recently filled our bathtub with our normal tap water. Then we added enough aquaRevitaliser Ionized Mineral Extract and let it sit overnight.

The next day we couldn't believe our eyes! We hadn't expected so much dirt build-up. If that had been gold, we'd be rich now!

And we wash ourselves with water every day and we absorb all these pollutants into our bodies through our skin.

Tap water contains a whole range of pollutants: chlorine, fluorine, heavy metals, bacteria, petrochemical and pharmaceutical waste, hexavalent chromium, etc.

Our skin is the largest organ in our body and absorbs everything it comes into contact with. The pollutants are then absorbed by other organs and gradually deposited. When too many of them are deposited, diseases develop and unfortunately not many of our doctors have yet come up with the idea of linking the diseases to this and controlling the quality of the water we consume.

Of course, it is everyone's responsibility to take the quality of water into their own hands, but if not NOW, then when? Our water supplies are dwindling and our local water suppliers are increasing the amount of chemicals ALLOWED to 'purify' the water. So the tap water will contain more and more contaminants, and over time more and more people will get sick from it.

By adding aquaRevitaliser Ionized Mineral Extract to tap water (100ml for a bath) and bathing in it, these pollutants will be largely or even completely eliminated.

Just think about the fact that our body consists of 70-80% water, depending on our age, and what that can mean for us...

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