My yoga and overall workout essentials are the following: a sports bra or top that provides great support, workout leggings, face towel, and a bottle of water.
Hydrating with Aquafina before yoga class
I’m particular about the water I drink—I don’t really like it when it has a weird aftertaste that you usually get from mineral water. I’m also not a big fan of flavored water when working out since it only makes me more thirsty. My recent discovery is Aquafina, the bottled water brand popular around the world, that finally arrived in the Philippines. Known for its purity, Aquafina has won over consumers around the world since its introduction in the US in 1994 under PepsiCo.
Pia Wurtzbach drinks Aquafina abroad
Aquafina water is purified using supposedly the best technology available to purify water: This process includes reverse osmosis, ozonation, and carbon filtration to remove things like chlorides, salts, and other substances that can affect the taste of water. This way, we get pure water when we drink a bottle of Aquafina, which prides itself in delivering consistently pure water that’s delightfully crisp yet untarnished by any taste whatsoever in every bottle, no matter the market across the globe.
Another requirement I have in my bottled water besides being super clean and absolutely tasteless? It has to be easy on the pocket, too, especially since I buy a new bottle almost every time I work out. I like that Aquafina will soon be available in all leading supermarkets and grocery stores at only P10 for 350mL, P15 for 500mL, and P24 for 1L!
Pia is Aquafina’s ambassador in the Philippines
The brand ambassador of Aquafina in the Philippines is Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach, who told us at the media launch that Aquafina is the water she drinks abroad, especially in the US, and that she’s glad it’s finally in the country so Filipinos can enjoy it, too.
Maureen Wroblewitz, the first Filipina to win Asia’s Next Top Model, also drinks Aquafina