Water Away

Water Away


60 Capsules | Cranberry, Watermelon and Dandelion Extract, Natural water retention supplement

  • Help the clearing of excess water & toxins
  • Aids the appearance of bloating & swelling
  • Supports the natural function of the kidneys
  • With Cranberry, Watermelon & Dandelion
  • Vegan-friendly & gluten-free

 Individual results may vary.
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Product Description

What is water retention?

Also known as fluid retention, this is when there is a buildup of liquid in the circulatory system, body tissues, or cavities in the body and most commonly seen in the face, hands, legs and feet. Although around 70% of the body is made up of water, it is possible for the body to be holding too much of it. This results in swelling, bloating and stiffness and can be uncomfortable and inconvenient. It can also result in weight gain as the body can store up to a massive 4.5 litres of extra fluid. There can be many causes for excess water retention in the body including too much sodium (salt), an underactive lifestyle, hormones and certain medication (such as blood pressure and antidepressant medications). This is why it can be important to reduce water retention in the body and one of the best ways to do this is by using natural water pills.

What is a natural water retention supplement?

Also known as ‘water-pills’, these can help to reduce water retention by pressuring the kidneys to expel excess water, salt and unwanted toxins out of the body through your urine. Water retention pills are commonly used by those whose body cannot regulate water correctly or those who are suffering from swelling and bloating due to fluid retention. For more serious illnesses, these can be prescribed by a doctor, but they can often have serious side effects that must be taken into consideration. For those that are suffering from bloating or discomfort, a natural water retention supplement could be a safe and simple option.

There are many ingredients such as dandelion and vitamin B6 that are commonly used in natural water retention formulas that can help with expelling excess water from the body. When looking for a natural supplement, it is best to select one that has a variety of ingredients that can help to replenish the body after the excess water has been expelled. It is also recommended that you choose one that is made from completely natural ingredients and no artificial fillers or binders in order to reduce the possibility of unwanted side effects.

Water Away

With its unique combination of 11 botanicals, vitamins and minerals, Water Away is a premium supplement intended to help with fluid retention in the body. In addition to this, it is also designed to help support the body by providing vitamins and minerals that may be lost. This helps the overall health of the body whilst expelling the excess liquid, also helping it to avoid dehydration. 


How to take

The Water Away tablets have been designed so that they are easy to incorporate into your daily routine. To use, when needed simply take 1 to 2 capsules at least half an hour (30 minutes) before a meal with a glass of water. We do not suggest exceeding this recommendation. Each bottle contains 60 capsules in total, so should last for at least 30 servings.


Water Away is a premium herbal supplement that is made from natural ingredients so, therefore, has no known side effects and is safe to use. We always recommend checking the ingredients list to see if you have any personal allergies before taking any supplement. This product is not recommended for pregnant or nursing women or those under 18 years old. Do not take if you have trouble urinating or are in the third trimester of pregnancy. If you are unsure about taking this supplement then please consult your doctor or a medical professional.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration or MCC. Products on this website are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Individual results may vary.


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