Stay Hydrated and Safe with Alkaline Water in BPA-Free Bottles at Myaquaplus.

Staying hydrated is crucial for maintaining good health, but did you know the container your water comes in can also play a role? At Myaquaplus, we're committed to providing you with the purest and safest drinking water possible. That's why we're proud to offer alkaline water bottled in BPA-free containers, the perfect combination for a healthy and convenient hydration solution.

What is BPA and Why Should You Avoid It?

Bisphenol A (BPA) is a chemical commonly used in the production of some plastic containers.  Research suggests that BPA can leach into the contents of the container, raising concerns about potential health risks.  By choosing BPA-free bottles, you can eliminate this worry and ensure your water remains pure and uncontaminated.

The Benefits of Alkaline Water

Myaquaplus offers alkaline water, which boasts a pH level higher than regular tap water.  This slightly alkaline water may offer several potential health benefits, including:

Improved Hydration: Studies suggest alkaline water may enhance your body's ability to absorb fluids, keeping you better hydrated.
Enhanced Detoxification: Alkaline water may help neutralize acidity in the body, potentially aiding in the detoxification process.
Boosted Antioxidant Activity: Some research indicates alkaline water may act as an antioxidant, helping combat free radical damage.
Myaquaplus: Your Source for Healthy Hydration

At Myaquaplus, we understand the importance of making healthy choices.  By choosing our alkaline water in BPA-free 5-gallon bottles, you're getting a convenient and eco-friendly way to stay hydrated while avoiding potential health concerns.

Make the switch to Myaquaplus today and experience the difference of pure, alkaline water delivered straight to your door!




Aquaplus is the only water in the UAE that is packed in a 5 gallon Bisphenol A (BPA) Free Bottle. Bisphenol A (BPA) is an industrial chemical that is used in making certain plastic products, and research has shown that this substance can seep into food and beverages stored in containers that are made with BPA.