Drip Drop Hydration Review and Giveaway!

I was chosen by Girls Gone Sporty to try out Drip Drop! Hydration.
Well, two weeks ago, I had surgery. I told Drip Drop! that I may not be able to try it because I wouldn't be working out. They suggested I use it during my recovery from surgery. I had a hysterectomy, and I knew it would take some time to recover. I was given 2 flavors (lemon and berry.) You can purchase this at their STORE.

Drip Drop! sells itself as "Great-tasting, medical grade hydration powder." Dehydration is something I don't ever want to deal with and with summer being here, I am VERY careful with myself and my son. I was definitely curious about the fact that it claimed to be "medical grade." The box said it had 2-3 times more electrolytes than sports drinks... That is a lot! It also says it has less sugar than gatorade. That is really important for me on my fitness journey.

I didn't realize how thirsty I would feel after surgery and how hard it would be to drink fluids right away. The day after surgery, I decided to try the lemon flavored Drip Drop! It comes in a powder that I mixed with water. I did have to shake my water bottle up to get it mixed well.  It tasted really great and I did feel a whole lot better. Later that day I tried the berry. I liked the lemon a bit better than the berry personally. I was surprised at how great it tasted!
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Who Uses Drip Drop!
Medical Community: Leading doctors, nurses, and dietitians recommend Drip Drop as a safe and better-tasting alternative to conventional ORS and pediatric formulas.
Athletes: Athletes deserve better than sugary sports drinks. That’s why more and more top athletes use Drip Drop to perform better and recover faster.
Parents + Kids: Drip Drop was formulated by a family physician who grew tired of prescribing poor-tasting pediatric beverages to his patients. The result? Powerful hydration in a taste kids love.
Illness: "Whether you’re managing a chronic condition or a stomach bug, Drip Drop replenishes the fluids and electrolytes your body needs to recover.
Travelers: Traveling makes us all dehydrated. Drip Drop is a portable defense against long lines, high altitude, jetlag, and misadventures in unfamiliar cuisine.
Military: The Military doesn’t mess around with hydration. Power, taste, and portability are why US Special Forces continue to rely on Drip Drop over other formulas.
Seniors: Seniors are more prone to dehydration than others. Drip Drop gives seniors the energy and peace of mind to enjoy a healthy lifestyle at any age.

I am working with a group of bloggers and Drip Drop! on a giveaway. Drip Drop! is giving away 5 hydration kits, each including 3 boxes of Drip Drop, a t-shirt, water bottle, lip balm, and tote bag. You can check out the contest here

Discount Code: The promo code is GoneSporty20 for a 20% discount (expires July 31st). Once the giveaway URL is ready, you can post your blogs. Use GONESPORTY20 to get 20% off in the Drip Drop Store. This code expires July 31st. 

What do you use for hydration?


  1. I didn't know you had surgery. Glad you are recovering.

    1. Thank you. Yes I am doing well. Three weeks til I am clear to work out... I can't wait!!!

  2. I would love to try this out. The one electrolyte drink I have used is very salty tasting and I don't care for that. Happy and speedy recovery to you!

    1. Elle, you should try it. It wasn't salty tasting at all to me. Thank you for the well wishes!

  3. I drink a lot of water. I tried this, in the berry flavor and it didn't sit well with me :( I was bummed out b/c I really wanted to like it. I think I'll have to track down the lemon flavor and give it a whirl!

    1. Yes I liked the lemon. Bryce somewhat liked the taste but drank it anyways because it's so hot. I think it really helped him.


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