What Is Deep Hydration?

Take a deep dive with us and we’ll break it down for you.

We all know it’s important to drink water to stay hydrated, but what is deep hydration? 

Simply put, deep hydration occurs when both our body and cells receive the necessary water to support vital functions

Keep reading to dive deep into the details of deep hydration including the importance of staying hydrated, the role of hydration on our immune system, the role of electrolytes, and the benefits of cellular hydration!

Staying Hydrated 

Staying hydrated has to do with both the quantity and quality of water we intake. Not only that, but how often we drink water also plays a role in our hydration status. Don’t forget that water is found in our food, too! You typically get 20% of water each day from food. (You can get even more water when you eat certain healthy foods like leafy greens, tomatoes, and watermelons.)

Importance of Water

When you really stop to think about how important water is, it is quite spectacular. For instance- did you know the human body is 60% water? And, our blood is 90% water. Those are big percentages! Water is vital to our health, and real, deep hydration occurs when our body and cells receive the fluid needed to perform their vital functions. *Emphasis on the word cells – they make up approximately 2/3 of the total hydration equation! And here is the news flash, not all water does a great job of hydrating our cells. 😉 (This is where Jovē water comes in!)

Our Immune System and Hydration

Our immune system is made up of organs, cells, and proteins. It’s our body’s protector, keeping us safe from harmful substances, germs, and cell changes that have the potential to harm us. To do its job, the body must build strong immunity. Our immunity is directly related to the nutrients found in our blood, and our bodies need water to transport nutrients to our organs for our immune system to do its job properly.


Think of electrolytes as the communicators between our cells, tissues and fluids. They are the traffic directors that tell water where to go in the body. They also help balance the amount of water in our bodies, balance blood pressure and blood acidity, and spark nerve impulses. 

Stick with us here! Electrolytes carry an electrical charge. This electrical charge carries impulses between human cells. These impulses produce a balance between fluids found in (and around) the cells. And this helps hydration and our blood’s pH levels.  

So, drinking water with lots of electrolytes helps increase the level of electrical charges across the membranes which helps you absorb more water, leading to more efficient hydration at the cellular level. 

Whew. That’s a mouthful. In short, electrolytes are a pretty big deal when it comes to cellular hydration.

Deep Hydration®

As mentioned before, deep hydration occurs when both our body and cells receive the necessary water to support vital functions. Jovē is a new kind of alkaline water that hydrates and the skin and cellular level. It’s 3-step process (more on this later here) and has been clinically shown to provide hydration for skin and cellular health. Happy Cells. Happy Body. Healthy Skin.