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Echo Lawrence - September 1, 2021

Bella Hadid has just announced a new project she's secretly been working on, a new canned beverage called Kin Euphorics. The drink was developed to support brain health using ingredients that induce relaxation, like lavender and vanilla.

"Kin is a non-alcoholic product, including Gaba, a naturally-occurring nootropic chemical that promotes relaxation, Tyrosine, a mood enhancer, rhodiola rosea, which induces euphoria and helps with hormone harmony."

Bella opened up about her battle with anxiety and how drinking booze became a way to chill out before going into public or meeting up with friends, but she's changed all that with this new drink! Read more about Bella's new passion project and see all the new promo photos below and shop the drink here!

"I have suffered from extreme depression and anxiety for most of my teenage and adult life. Since I was 14, I had tried everything to help myself feel better. After years of social drinking at work event after work event, along with suffering from different immune problems as well, my body started to tell me “NO". I wasn’t able to go out anymore with the work schedule I had. My social anxiety was something that slowly crept up on me as I grew into my twenties. It got harder for me to go out without having one drink to calm my nerves, which made me not want to go out at all, so I was just hibernating between jobs. With a life that is constantly pushing a social regime, along with working 13 hour days, every single day, I knew this wasn’t a sustainable life for me. So I searched and scoured for anything holistic that would help with my chronic exhaustion, depression and anxiety. Asking myself and the universe that maybe since I had been so lucky in other aspects of my life, that this low vibration was just where I would have to stay. Until the universe brought me to Jen and KIN!"

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