Chlorophyll Drops on TikTok: Should You Try Them?

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Whether it’s wheatgrass shots or green juices, sipping verdant drinks in hopes of reaping health benefits is far from a new health trend. Now, though, another green beverage called chlorophyll water has stepped onto the scene — this time, by way of TikTok. Chlorophyll water is made out of water […]

Whether it’s wheatgrass shots or green juices, sipping verdant drinks in hopes of reaping health benefits is far from a new health trend. Now, though, another green beverage called chlorophyll water has stepped onto the scene — this time, by way of TikTok.

Chlorophyll water is made out of water and chlorophyll drops, and influencers claim it can make your skin glow, trim your waistline, and boost your energy.

We consulted health experts to get the lowdown on this buzzy drink and whether you should try it.

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