Ok, lets started with: How much water do you drink each day?
If you’re not drinking at least eight full glasses a day, you’re not drinking enough, and your probable are seeing the side effects of it!
Staying properly hydrated is necessary for your overall health. Not only does water play an important role in your digestion and circulation, but it’s also vital for your skin’s health and beauty...
Find out how: you will be thankful you read this!
How lacking water affects your skin!
Your skin is an organ. In fact, it’s the largest organ in your body, and it’s mostly made up of water. Without water, your skin can’t function at its best. If your skin doesn’t get enough water, not only will it become dry, tight, and flaky, but it will also become even more prone to aging.
The truth is that your body loses large quantities of water every day, so if you don’t replace it by drinking more water, your skin will suffer the consequences. It’s easy to see the visible difference that hydration can make for your skin.
Keeping hydrated is one of the easiest beauty treatments you can do.
- No, you shouldn't get rid of all your beauty products just because you’re drinking more water, but it will definitely help.
Still not convinced? Check out these 10 amazing skin benefits from drinking more water.
The more hydrated you stay, the fewer wrinkles and fine lines you’ll see. Water helps your skin maintain moisture, which increases your elasticity. The more elastic your skin, the fewer wrinkles you’ll see.
Drinking enough water can help you combat a variety of skin issues including psoriasis and eczema.
It does this by helping your digestive system flush out toxins from the body. This, in turn, will improve your complexion for healthy and glowing skin. In addition, one study by the University of Missouri-Columbia found that drinking two cups of water increased blood flow to the skin, which can help even out your skin tone and complexion.
There’s no doubt that our skin can swell sometimes. Most often, this is because our body is retaining water.
Why do we retain water? Because we’re dehydrated and our body is protecting us. If you want to reduce puffiness and swelling and smooth out your skin, make sure you’re drinking enough water.
If you’ve ever gotten a sunburn, you know how painful it can be and how long it can last. The good news is that drinking more water can help speed up the healing process for your sunburn. Yes, you’ll still want to have plenty of Aloe Vera on hand, but drinking more water can also help.
Adult acne is incredibly common.
In fact, it’s estimated that between 40-55% of the adult population age 20-40 has acne. It’s a common skin issue that can be helped by drinking enough water. Water can help flush toxins from the skin and shrink your pores, making them less likely to clog and cause a pimple.
Slows Down Ageing
By drinking enough water you will notice you skin looks plumper, which can slow the aging process. Plump skin also helps hide current signs of aging, so that any wrinkles you already have are minimized.
Our pores can get clogged and enlarged throughout the day. The more water you drink, the better balance of oil and water on the surface of your skin. This can help reduce your pore size, decrease acne breakouts, and reduce blemishes.
When you have dry skin, it can crack, flake, and itch. It’s easy to solve this problem by drinking enough water and hydrating your skin. When you stay hydrated, your skin is less likely to crack and become itchy.
Do you have sagging skin from weight loss or from aging? A great way to help tighten the skin around your jawline, stomach, arms, and legs is to drink more water. That’s because water helps improve skin elasticity, making it bounce back from sagging.
If you have problematic skin, you know that maintaining a healthy pH balance is key to keeping your skin blemish-free and glowing. Drinking more water can help balance your pH level to give you healthy skin.
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