Icelandic Glacier,” a mineral water recognized worldwide, lands in Japan

Iceland, known for its volcanic activity, geysers, hot springs, and lava fields, is a Nordic island nation.

“Icelandic Glacier” undergoes a slow natural filtration process through layers of Icelandic lava over 5000 years, remaining completely pure and additive-free, bottled just as nature intended, without any additives or alterations.

One of the major features of “Icelandic Glacier” is its ideal alkaline pH level of 8.4.

This high pH level of 8.4 is a result of natural filtration through volcanic lava, making it an ideal balance that cannot be artificially created. It’s said to help maintain a gentle and healthy pH balance in the body, making it perfect to incorporate before sweating it out at places like saunas or gyms.

Due to its high quality, natural alkaline water “Icelandic Glacier” can be used not only as drinking water but also as purified water. In fact, it has been adopted as purified water in skincare products of high-end brands such as Dior, representing the beauty capital, France, after hundreds of tests.

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