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These fizzy packets are a lifesaver when you’re running on empty. Loaded with vitamins, minerals, and a dose of natural caffeine, they dissolve in water to create an energizing orange tonic.
I loved receiving this little packet, and although I don't use mix-in drink powders, I enjoyed this one and thought it was a nice addition to my Birchbox.4
I actually enjoy powdered "boost" drinks (emergen-C, etc) and probably would have given this a higher rating but for the taste, which was way too Stevia-icky. Everyone has jumped on the Stevia bandwagon lately since it's "natural" but it's also "gross" and i'm hoping this current wave will reverse itself and we can get back to good ol' nutrasweet or whatever, lol. The part that sucks is that this has resveratrol in it, which is a GREAT antioxidant...so if you like Stevia and don't mind that blech aftertaste, then I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this supplement. Great ingredients, just not for me!2
Just reminded me of powdered Gatorade. Nothing special.3
This is great, I really like it. I definitely felt a boost and will continue using it. I don't know for sure where I will buy this from , but that isn't an option.5
it tasted ok but there are better products out there for cheaper2
I used this after lunch one day in place of a cup of coffee or a soda. It seemed to work just as well.4
Just not into the taste, I did appreciate having it in my box though!2
Again-- I'm not exactly sure why this was in my birch box. I would like to recieve beauty products, that's why I signed up. I would head to Trader Joe's for something like this, not the beauty store.1
I like eBoost okay but I don't feel that it is any different from Emergen-C and is more costly. I have tried it for hangovers before and don't think it does anything differently than other powder vitamins3
It was nice to have a sample of something that's not a beauty product. I like getting to try health products too.3