Hydration is such an important part of being healthy. My husband’s single most often given advice is “drink water”. I have seen studies that estimate nearly 80 percent of the American public are chronically dehydrated. S’well is a company with an ambitious goal of providing clean drinking water to the WORLD!
Sarah Kauss, founder of S’well, while hiking the desert, was inspired to create the best water bottle on the market. Using her passion for environmental preservation, she came up with a bottle that reduces plastic waste and provides clean water.
Let’s face it, plastic is an issue in our environment. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch has gathered in our ocean and is located between Hawai’i and California. It is constantly growing and endangering marine life! It is estimated that there are over 88 billion plastic bottles in the ocean.
S’well is convenient to carry. This stainless steel bottle contains no plastic and preserves the taste of water. In addition to insulating hot or cold beverages for an extended time, ten percent of the sales from S’well enrich WaterAid, a program that provides clean water for drinking and hygiene worldwide. It’s a great program and it’s ten percent of the SALES, not the profit…so nearly $4 for every S’well bottle sold. That makes a difference!
Stay hydrated, look stylish and make a charitable contribution. It’s that simple.
My husband quickly claimed the S’well bottle for himself. It keeps his water cold for 12-24 hours and hot beverages stay hot just as long. He loves this bottle. His only complaint is that he wishes it held more water to last through a long hike or allow him to drink throughout the day to stay hydrated without having to refill.
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