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Aquafina Plus+ Vitamins 10 CAL

Product Info:
Low in Calories. High in Delicious.
Aquafina Plus+ Vitamins 10 Cal™ is a vitamin enhanced water with only 10 calories per bottle. It offers consumers a nutritious, low-calorie refreshment, as a part of an exciting, fun and celebratory approach to life. Complete with antioxidant vitamins C and E and a source of B vitamins to maintain good health – Aquafina Plus+ Vitamins 10 Cal™ contains PureVia™ Reb A, a naturally sweet pure extract that comes from the leaves of the Stevia plant. It comes in 5 unique flavours including: Strawberry Lemonade, Black and Blue Berry, Fuji Apple Pear, Acai Fruit Punch and Yumberry Pomegranate. It’s the perfect way for people on the go to get their vitamins, hydrate and replenish.

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My Opinion:
I'm a fan of flavored water, but am very picky when it comes to flavor. When I received the 3 different kinds for review, my son, the hubster and I tried each one. The hubster liked the Black and Blue Berry. My son liked the Fuji Apple Pear, and my favorite is Strawberry Lemonade.
So while I didn't think they were all mind-blowing, I did like them all. I just had a preference.
Really it worked out though. We each had them polished off in no time. They are really delicious as far as water goes!

My son drinking Fuji Apple Pear, his favorite.


Recommend? Yes!!!

~I received samples from ChickAdvisor. I was not compensated for my opinion.~


  1. I haven't seen these here yet, but I'll be keeping my eyes peeled. Fuji Apple Pear sounds like it would be my own personal favorite as well!


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