What is Acidic Water?
Just as Alkaline Water is formed through the process of electrodialysis, so is acidic water. It can often be referred to as the “waste” or “leftover” in the process, but it’s actually not a waste at all. Simply put, acidic water is water with a potential hydrogen (pH) value of less than 7 (7 being neutral on the scale). It is generally not for drinking, and actually acts harshly on the body the way that overly acidic foods do. This is why many of the functions for acidic water include exterior benefits, like caring for hair or skin, as well as sterilizing and cleaning.