Cure Kids Hydrating Electrolyte Mix Pouch, Pink Lemonade, 6 ct. (2-Pack)

SKU# 10695b

Cure Kids Hydrating Electrolyte Mix Pouch, Pink Lemonade, 6 ct. (2-Pack)

SKU# 10695b
Backed by science and formulated with pediatricians, Cure Kids Hydrating Electrolyte Mix Pouch, Pink Lemonade, 6 ct. (2-Pack) help replenish lost electrolytes for children ages 1 and up. This kid-approved drink mix contains no added sugar or artificial ingredients.
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Backed by science and formulated with pediatricians, Cure Kids Hydrating Electrolyte Mix Pouch, Pink Lemonade, 6 ct. (2-Pack) help replenish lost electrolytes for children ages 1 and up. This kid-approved drink mix contains no added sugar or artificial ingredients.

Take your health to the next level with HSA eligible Bundles.

Benefits:

  • Helps replenish electrolytes

Features:

  • Safe for children ages 1+
  • Made with plant-based, non-GMO ingredients
  • No added dyes, sugar, artificial sweeteners or ingredients, or sugar alcohols
  • Also free of milk, egg, soy, peanut, sesame, fish, and shellfish allergens
  • Certified Kosher, vegan, and gluten-free

Size:

  • 6 ct.

Included:

  • 2-Pack - Cure Kids Hydrating Electrolyte Mix Pouch, Pink Lemonade, 6 ct.
Coconut Water Powder, Non-GMO Citric Acid, Organic Natural Flavor, Pink Himalayan Salt, Sodium Citrate, Vegetable Juice, Lemon Juice Powder, Organic Stevia Extract, Monk Fruit Extract
Add to 8-12 fl oz. of cold water, shake or stir, and enjoy!

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