What is Silica water?
Silica water differs significantly from most mineral waters, as it contains higher levels of silicon than most bottled water. Silicon in soluble form is known as Orthosilicic Acid(OSA) and is usually listed on bottled water labels as Silica measured in milligrams per litre.
Silica is naturally occurring and abundant in silica water and not synthetically produced. OSA is the only form of silicon that humans can effectively digest and absorb into the body’s system. A few bottled waters in Britain contain a modest level of silica, but most mineral waters do not contain any at all.
Research into the potential advantage of drinking silica water by leading scientists shows this undeniable emerging message: Drink silica water regularly as a precaution against potential aluminium contamination, and to boost collagen for soft skin, supple joints and strong nails.
One of the highest level silica waters now available
Bottled water with a high silica level measured amongst mineral and bottled water called ACILIS by Spritzer is becoming available in the UK soon.
Sourced from an artesian well deep beneath the Malaysian rainforest, its silica content is the work of nature.
Hygienically bottled at source untouched by human hand in a vast 330 acre (the size of 266 football fields) eco-park naturally surrounded by tropical flora and fauna, it’s unique soft taste is refreshing and inherently cleansing. Available in handy-sized 400m bottles, it comes packed in convenient cases of 24 bottles for home delivery.