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Star Ingredients: The Hydrators

A BWB-approved list of rich, hydrating foods for spring and summer

It’s never too late to start working on your healthy summer body ♥

With this curated selection of rich, hydrating foods, you’ll have the energy and the glow to enjoy long, sunny spring and summer days.


This fresh and creamy green fruit can contain as much as 82% water in addition to its high omega-3 fatty acid content, making it the ultimate moisturizer for your body.


Low in sugar and containing at least 92% water, just a few pink cubes promote healthy hydration on a warm spring day. Try tossing a few cubes with some fresh basil, balsamic, and feta for sweet and tangy salad.


When we think of refreshing foods, cucumber immediately comes to mind. In addition to cucumber’s natural ability to gently support the body’s pH balance, a high Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and folic acid content makes this vegetable a clean green powerhouse.


This is more than just your ordinary house plant: it’s a cleanser, toner, and natural moisturizer for your skin and body. These thick leaves boast medicinal uses such as treating burns, calming, and nourishing dry skin when applied topically but are also strong candidates for supporting hydration and overall well being when they are added to your meals. Aloe pulp can be casually added to beverages or poached with lime and a natural sweetener for a quick way to quench your thirst.

White tea

This low-caffeine blend is an effective anti-aging elixir that is naturally high in polyphenols. The high content of strong antioxidants helps naturally defend skin from UV ray damage, improve our ability to hydrate, and also appear more youthful and bright.


A sweet treat for your tastebuds and your body, these juicy teardrop-shaped fruits are antioxidant-rich hydration you can enjoy while getting your daily dose of phosphorous, calcium, and Vitamin C.


This superfruit’s tart ruby pearls are a natural source of antioxidants in addition to being rich in minerals such as potassium, copper, calcium, and manganese. At 82% water, each pop of this sweet fruit adds B-Complex Vitamins, Vitamin C, and Vitamin K to your daily dose of hydration.

Taylor Johnson

Taylor is a recent honors graduate of Rhode Island School of Design’s Painting and Art History Department. A dual-citizen in Belgium and the U.S. with frequent wanderlust, a passion for editorial, and an affinity for sketching, she is now exploring the connection between art and beauty.

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