Detox Day Spa Lemon Cucumber Water

Detox Day Spa Lemon Cucumber Water

There is nothing more refreshing than a cool glass of Detox Day Spa Lemon Cucumber Water. This classic recipe will help your body detox and flushes you out, and it tastes great, too.

Have a few too many cocktails last weekend? Feeling a little bloated or uncomfortable in your clothes? Make yourself a nice pitcher of Detox Day Spa Lemon Cucumber Water, run yourself a hot bath and relax, and you’ll be feeling better in no time. It’s an immunity boosting, anti-inflammatory drink that will fill you up, flush your system and help you feel better.

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Makes one pitcher of Detox Day Spa Lemon Cucumber Water.


  • 1/2 Lemon thinly sliced
  • 1/4 Cucumber thinly sliced- save 2 slices to place on your eyes
  • Ice
  • Water

Get started:

Detox Day Spa Lemon Cucumber WaterIn a large pitcher add the lemon and cucumber, then the ice and then water. Let sit in the fridge for a few minutes before serving. Pour into a large wine glass, put your feet up and relax. Once the water is down to only 1/4 full refill with water. You can do this several times, keep in the fridge.

The cucumber acts as an anti-inflammatory and the lemons boost immunity. Once you are done with your bath pop in your favorite Yoga DVD, you will be feeling back to yourself in no time.

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  1. This is delicious! Keeps me from craving the sweet tea (cut out sugar!) and unnecessary snacking. I added frozen raspberries on day two, and it is great! Day 3 of the same fruit and flavor is still going strong! I was wondering though, any suggestions for what to do with the fruits when changing pitchers/flavors? Maybe blender with ice for a smoothie?

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