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Finally, 2020 is over! And if there has ever been a time when we need to filter out the toxic and take care of ourselves, it is this year. Considering the monumental challenges we currently face, that might seem like a daunting task. But there are little steps we can take in our everyday lives to watch over ourselves and loved ones. One simple step is clean water. That is why I am thrilled to team up with LifeStraw and introduce you to their beautiful (and socially impactful) Home Water Filter Pitcher.
I don’t know about you, but the tap water in my home is horrendous. Not only does it taste metallic, when I have actually tested the quality, it contains tons of bacteria and toxic chemicals. This is not something that I want to be drinking, let alone have my daughter putting into her little body. So we are always taking the extra step to filter our drinking water. However, not all filters are created equal. That is why I am loving LifeStraw Home. It protects against over 30 contaminants (see the full list here), giving you a lovely piece of mind that your family is drinking only the cleanest water. The Water Filter Pitcher itself is also made from a sleek and sustainable, BPA-free glass, making for a beautiful addition to your kitchen tools and also doing away with wasteful single-use plastics. Seriously, look at how gorgeous the LifeStraw Home pitcher is…
The pitcher features an advanced filtration system consisting of a membrane microfilter that lasts 1 year. It also has a replaceable activated carbon + ion filter that only needs to be changed ever 2 months. The brand also has the option to customize the pitcher with colorful filter housing replacements and silicone base attachments. I opted for the gorgeous Cobalt Blue silicone base as seen here:
But besides the obvious benefits of incorporating LifeStraw Home into your household’s daily drinking water routine, there is an added societal bonus. With every purchase of from the LifeStraw brand, the company commits to one child having one year of safe water. With their global Give Back initiative, LifeStraw has ensured that over 3 million children receive a year of safe water to drink. A company with making a charitable impact on the world?! I can get behind that!
After using the LifeStraw Home pitcher for our water consumption this last week, there has been a distinct difference in flavor and quality. It is an easy switch and one my family does happily. Make sure to check out the LifeStraw products on their website and take those little steps for a happier and more balanced life. Happy 2021!
The water looks so clear and clean.
I have a Britain’s pitcher. I never heard of life straw. Love the pitcher size!
I’m concerned about the safety of my water, and I think this item would be so useful and give my peace of mind.
Thanks for sharing this information on this water filter.
I like that this jug filters over 30 kinds of minerals and bacteria from your water! Very efficient!
always looking for a good water filter
It is so important to have clean water. I live in an area where our public water is always sending out notices of boil orders and things like that because of contaminates
Ooh, I’ve been needing to replace my Brita. This pitcher is gorgeous and I love their cause!
This sounds like a good and useful product .
This looks really cool and sleek!
New years resolution to drink more water! I think this would help, cant wait to try it.
This sounds like it works very well. I like the design of the pitcher too.
How timely is this. I totally agree that it is important to have one of these in your home.
I’ve been thinking of buying a water pitcher and this one looks great!
I love a quality water pitcher. It is really helpful to the planet to use one vs. buy bottled water
I have to filter my drinking water because it tastes like swamp
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