Win It: SweetLeaf Water Drops Prize Pack

It’s the golden rule of weight loss: drink more water. It’s also the golden rule of most doctors, especially during the hot days of summer when dehydration can be a killer. But, if you’re like most of us, plain old water just doesn’t get our taste buds going. This is why we love SweetLeaf Water Drops, packed full of flavor without all the calories or carbs.

SweetLeaf Water Drops are fruit flavored water drops with no artificial ingredients, and better yet, no carbs or calories. That’s right – zero! Each flavor drop provides a sweet taste to your everyday water, making each drink refreshing and delicious. SweetLeaf Water Drops, sweetened with all natural stevia, are also free from aspartame, sucralose, and high fructose corn syrup, which are common ingredients found in other water enhancers.

Available in Raspberry Lemonade, Strawberry Kiwi, Peach Mango, and Lemon Lime, SweetLeaf Water Drops are the perfect sweetener to add to your hot summer days. Today, TWO lucky readers will win a prize pack of 4 Water Drops and a coupon worth up to $10!

Two Daily Mom readers will win one (1) SweetLeaf Water Drop Prize Pack, valued up to $30. This contest is open to all U.S. residents aged 18+. Enter using the rafflecopter below. Entries can be earned by signing up for the Daily Mom newsletter, visiting social media sites, and following further instructions on the rafflecopter. Good luck!

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Stephanie is a military wife, currently residing in New York, and mama of two exceptionally curious kiddos – a rugged pint-size princess and a toddling Evel Knievel-in-training – and one sweet, easy going baby boy. When she isn’t exploring the family’s newest dwellings, running trails, farmers’ markets, and playgrounds, she spends her down time working from home, feverishly correcting “textspeak” in her college students’ essays as an adjunct English instructor for a local community college. Her passion for writing and photography can be found at Stephanie High Photography on facebook

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