Water ionisation

Ionised water is obtained by means of an electric current being passed through water, in a process known as electrolysis. Process itself takes place in water ionizer where minerals are separated into two sides. Both sides are separated with membrane partition, so water doesn’t mix. One side contains acidic minerals (Chlorine, Sulphur, etc.), lower pH level and no antioxidant feature. The other side contains alkaline minerals (Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, and Sodium), higher pH level and an antioxidant feature.

After water ionization process both sides are poured into different containers and are used according to usage recommendations provided.