Tough question, this one. Slightly risqué too, we know. But at AquAid we’re a pretty determined and well-rounded (mentally, that is) bunch, so we believe we can tackle this question with aplomb.

The answer is: drinking water is most definitely romantic! Stealing from The Bard, let’s count the ways:

  • When you’re parched, whether from a marathon think tank talk at work, from exercise or simply because you lapsed with your hydration, there’s nothing nicer than the feeling of satisfaction you experience when you slake your thirst.
  • A feeling of satisfaction can help with releasing endorphins. Water stimulates the flow of nutrients and hormones that release those feel-good endorphins you need to feel happy. Drinking more water will satisfy your thirst and health.
  • When you up your drinking water habit and put dehydration behind you, not only do you feel better, but you look better. Drinking enough water isn’t just a health benefit: it plumps up your skin, makes your hair glossy, keeps your eyes clear and bright and generally makes you look and feel more youthful.

The points above are perhaps something to consider this romantic month of February. If you have an intended in mind and would like to be murmuring sweet nothings to them come Valentine’s Day, what could be better than to present yourself at your most appealing – clear eyed, hydrated and healthy. A clear pathway to feeling more romantically inclined.

And the best bit is: even if you don’t have romance in mind, installing a water cooler still remains a very good idea, precisely because it will give you an uninterrupted supply of cool, clear, refreshing drinking water 24/7/365, enabling you and your co-workers, (whether they’re love bugs or not) to not only perform at your best, but look your best too.