Monday, July 4, 2022

Bounce Back ‘Bounces’ onto the Shelves as the ‘first post-social replenishment drink’

Creating a category first, Bounce Back is the first ever post-social replenishment drink. Developed and produced by two biochemists, this new health drink is unlike any other product on the market and has been specifically designed to be consumed after socialising and before bed, giving the body the replenishing nutrients it needs, while you sleep.

It’s unique science-based formula of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids works together with the body’s natural restoration process to help alleviate the stresses of an active social life, allowing the body to feel refreshed the next day.

Bounce Backs’ creators wanted to a develop a range of nutritional drinks that restored the balance of the ‘four pillars of health.’  CEO and Co-founder Vandana Vijay said: “We have spent years researching and experimenting to find just the right combination of replenishing nutrients. Finally, after 59 versions, we found our winning formula. Bounce Back is all about focussing on Sleep, Nutrition, Exercise and Mindfulness – these four pillars of wellbeing work in harmony to keep your mind and body healthy. When an active social life disrupts these pillars, Bounce Back works effortlessly while you sleep to help restore balance.”

Dhruv Trivedi, Managing Director and Co-founder said: “Like so many good ideas, the concept behind Bounce Back started on a night out – or actually the morning after the night before! We saw a gap in the market and our customer research showed that there was indeed a need for a post-social drink.”

With a blend that includes Choline to support the maintenance of normal liver function, Vitamin B12 which contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue, Vitamin B6 helps maintain normal energy levels, Vitamins C and E which assist in the protection of cells and oxidative
stress, and Zinc and Selenium to help normal function of the body’s immune system, the innovative product works to put the goodness back into your body.

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