How Malaysians Can Stay Positive And Hydrated With This Flavoured Mineral Water

"Stay Oh-sem!"

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This Spotlight is sponsored by Spritzer Tinge.

Ever felt down in the dumps?

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Well, the good news is that you don't have to stay that way!

Sometimes, all you have to do is to tune out the negative feelings and let the positive vibes flow through you

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Positivity is a choice. Despite what's happening, you can always choose to change your perspective and look at things from a different point of view. And sometimes, all it takes to spark that positivity is a funny video, a pretty sunset, or just a compliment from a friend.

To help brighten up your day, Spritzer Tinge has made a PosiTinge change by introducing whole new look, designed to inspire positivity among young Malaysians

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Being positive is choosing to have the right attitude and using uplifting words in your daily life. With Tinge’s new look, they want to inspire and bring Malaysians to that PosiTinge side of things. So, even though things may get frustrating, remember to always "Keep it Real" and "Don't So Serious Lah".

Thanks to Spritzer Tinge, you can stay positive in your very own way. With tasty flavours of Grape, Lemon, Fruit Fusion and Mango Tango, Spritzer Tinge is the perfect non-carbonated flavoured natural mineral water to keep you refreshed. Plus, there’s no added colouring so you can enjoy all the positive vibes without a worry.

Keep a lookout for Spritzer Tinge's 12 new bottle designs and positive quotes today! You can get them delivered to your doorstep, or at your nearest convenience store.

So the next time you're feeling a little under the weather, just grab a Spritzer Tinge and you'll be, "Steady lah!"

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