Sleep Rich Drink Mix

For Waking Up Fresh
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Benefits :

Magnesium, Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Zinc, White Willow and Dandelion in this product aid in:

  • Reducing tiredness and puffiness 1
  • Waking up tired eyes 2
  • Brightening and plumping up your skin 3
  • Hydrating and moisturising your skin 4
  • Boosting collagen production 5
  • Improving skin tone 6
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About The Product

This one-of-a-kind product for women scores with a potent blend of Vitamins, Minerals, White Willow, and Dandelion extract to combat weary eyes and puffiness. Through its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effect, it refreshes your face and compensates for your beauty sleep!

Is this meant for me?

Are you suffering from dark circles and puffiness under your eyes? These can occur due to a variety of factors – lack of sleep, dehydration, certain lifestyle factors like stress, excessive alcohol use, and even genetics. Rasha’s Sleep Rich Drink Mix consists of a clever blend of Vitamins and Herbal extracts that helps anyone who wants to rejuvenate their tired skin, reduce the appearance of wrinkles and cover up the signs of skin fatigue. Through its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effect, it leaves you with fresh and glowing skin, and makes you look like you actually got your beauty sleep!

Recommended use 

Empty 1 sachet of Sleep Rich Drink Mix into 200 ml of water and drink it 1-2 times daily after food or as directed by your healthcare professional

This product is a health supplement and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Product Features

Product Features

Scientifically proven ingredients

Scientifically-proven ingredients

Non GMO

Non-GMO

USFDA

Manufactured in a USFDA-approved facility

FSSAI approved

FSSAI approved

GMP certified

GMP-certified

ISO certified

ISO-certified

Convenient Sachets

Convenient powder melts

GMP certified

GMP-certified

ISO certified

ISO-certified

Convenient Sachets

Convenient powder melts

Ingredients

Ingredients

FAQs

FAQs

Sleep Rich Drink Mix has numerous benefits – 

Magnesium, Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Zinc, White Willow and Dandelion in this product aid in:

  • Reducing tiredness and puffiness  
  • Waking up tired eyes 
  • Brightening and plumping up your skin 
  • Hydrating and moisturising your skin  
  • Boosting collagen production 
  • Improving skin tone.

Our product has been formulated with a unique blend of Vitamins and Herbal extracts that act as an armour for your skin. It helps by protecting your skin from sun damage and reducing fine lines and wrinkles. Additionally, it aids in minimising the appearance of dark circles under your eyes.

Empty 1 sachet of Sleep Rich Drink Mix into 200 ml of water and drink it 1-2 times daily after food or as directed by your healthcare professional.

If you are pregnant, lactating, taking any medications or suffering from a medical condition, consult a healthcare professional before using this product.

20 Sachets are included in this package, which you can take 1-2 times in a day.

References

References

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1.2 Wienecke, E., & Nolden, C. (2016). Long-term HRV analysis shows stress reduction by magnesium intake. [Article in German]. European Journal of Medical Research, 158(Suppl 6) [https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27933574/] Accessed on 27/12/2023

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4 reviews for Sleep Rich Drink Mix

  1. Vedika Malhotra

    Sleep Rich Drink Mix has helped me feel more confident about my appearance. I no longer worry about puffiness, thanks to this amazing product.

  2. Navya Ojha

    I recommend Sleep Rich Drink Mix to anyone looking for a quick and effective way to reduce inflammation. It’s a game-changer!

  3. Yutika Mehta

    This product is a must-have for anyone looking to reduce puffiness and inflammation. It’s made with all-natural ingredients, and it works!

  4. Prisha Patsakar

    I’m so impressed with this drink mix. It’s a great way to get rid of bloating, and it tastes amazing too!

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