Think of CHT as a step-up water transport system in your body that hydrates and energizes better than water alone!

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Hydration Enhancer

Why Hydration Enhancer?

Relieves DehydrationBrightens SkinEnergises InstantlyReduces StressRelaxes MusclesImproves Sleep
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  • All the calculations for the claims are based on serving size of the product
  • All the calculations for the claims are based on serving size of the product
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