- 50 years of natural water filtration process
- Rich in silica - mineral of beauty
- Beautifying hair and skin, strengthening nails, forming collagen in body
- Hint of sweet taste
nakd water begins its journey at the Antarctic. The vapours travel across the ice-cold South Pacific Ocean before falling as rain, high in the pristine North Island Ranges of New Zealand. From here it seeps below the surface of the earth where it undergoes at least 50 years of natural filtration through porous volcanic rock that organically enriches the water. nakd is bottled at source in New Zealand, 100% pure and untouched until the seal is broken. Balanced alkalinity contributes to a hint of sweet taste, and low levels of nitrates makes the water pure and clean.
nakd water is rich in silica, which is an essential beauty mineral. It aids in beautifying and restoring hair follicles and strengthening the nails. Due to its help in collagen formation, not only nakd helps in keeping the skin elastic and glow, but also aids in repairing damaged or loose skin with anti-aging and anti-wrinkle effect. Silica is also known to be used for medications or therapy in treating hair-related conditions like alopecia.
Ongoing researches have suggested that silica is beneficial for the bones structure and protection by enhancing calcium utilization by the body. It also helps in improving the flexibility of healthy bones and also in maintaining the integrity of connective tissue. It aids in enhancing the healing process of bone fracture and dislocation of joints, through repairing and revitalizing the cartilage, ligament and collagen. These have been endorsed by the US NCBI.
nakd also aids in detoxifying heavy metals in the body, for example silica has the ability to bond aluminium, which prevents the absorption in the gut. This in turn prevents the consequences of over aluminum intake, such as Alzheimer's disease and associated dementia. Research suggests that the silica level is higher in healthy hearts than the pathologic ones. nakd aids in preventing the plaque accumulation in arteries, and thus cardiovascular disease and hypertension.
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