Wednesday, July 23, 2014

The Worlds Most Expensive Bottled Water is NOT Bling H20

The bottles are gorgeous, the design is gorgeous. The price though - not so much.

Bling H20 is the new, highly talked bottled water to hit the market recently.

It is known that many celebrities choose Bling H20 based off of the fact that the limited edition bottles simply scream 'I'm rich'.

You see each of the Bling H20 bottles of water come dressed in a beautiful glass frosted sealed with a cork fashion bottle. Each bottle has hand applied Swarovski crystals on them. It's flashy, it's bling, it's expensive, and honestly I think it's ridiculous.

Bling H20 comes to $40 for a 750 ml bottle, and $24 for a 350 ml bottle.

It's pretty damn expensive, however I cannot help but rub the feeling that this bottle resembles the JLO Glow perfume bottles, nearly to the tee. Seeing that my brain has already formed the similarity, if I ever were to drink Bling H20 I'd be thinking about drinking the JLO Glow perfume. Nice scent, but flavor wise... bleh!
Anyhow, many seem to think that Bling H20 is the worlds most expensive bottle of water. It's far from the truth though, because the world's most expensive bottle of water is a bottle of deep sea water from Hawaii called Kona Nigari. The deep sea water is being sold at $33.50 for just 2 ounces of concentrate (it's meant to be diluted with regular water?!)

The water is gotten from deep, deep depths in the Hawaiian sea!

Although it's not water I would personally purchase unless it contained key elements found in the undiscovered fountain of youth; I can't say that I am not intrigued!

I know some of you are thinking, who is crazy enough to spend that much money on water?!
Well believe it or not high priced bottled water have a pretty huge and demanding market right now.

People; rich people in particular, like to piss their money away and useless things, so why not literately piss it away on an over priced bottle of water?

However Kona Nigari offers some actual benefits to the body (supposedly). It's supposed to help with weight loss, digestion, stress reduction, and skin tone.

Just like my wrinkle creams! Yay!

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