Sanfaustino -- "The calcium water." This slightly bubbly, calcium-infused H2O is said to be good for your bones, but can't be good for the environment -- The sleekly-packaged water was lugged to the US all the way from Italy to be handed out on silver platters by women in LBDs.
Coolwater Trim -- The dietary supplement water. This funny-tasting water's marketed as a weight-loss aid, much like Skinny Water. Basically, it's water shipped over from Ireland -- with a mysterious "natural" additive called Appetrim.
e-Water -- The fulvic acid water. Wikipedia doesn't have an entry for fulvic acid yet, but according to the e-Water bottle, the acid "renders trace minerals into highly "bio-available" electrolytes." Apparently, fulvic acid's been used in Chinese traditional medicine for centuries -- though we're betting it wasn't in bottled water form...
In fact, Stephen's site's a great overall resource for finding out more about these and other "AquaScams." The site's aim: to "help consumers make more informed decisions before offering up their credit cards to those in the business of flogging pseudoscience." Read, and find out what this stuff called water really is.
[Once again, a big "thanks" to Siel from Green LA Girl!]