Water Can Be Key To Staying Youthful And Beautiful

skin care tipsAre you drinking enough water? That’s an important healthy lifestyle question. Why? Because water plays a vital role in your skin’s detoxification process and aids in many other crucial functions. Drinking enough water is easy in the summer but is a bit more difficult as the weather cools.

Dehydration can lead to fatigue, body odor, headaches, digestive problems and skin irritations. The recommendation is to drink 6 to 8 glasses of water a day, but every body is different. So, your body may require more or it may require less. What’s important is that you drink water throughout the day; don’t wait until you are thirsty to drink.

The kind of water you put into your body can be just as important as increasing your water intake. Not all water is created equal. That’s why it’s important to know what’s in your water and what’s not. Reverse osmosis is one of the most popular and beneficial water treatment processes. Most local supermarkets have a refillable RO water dispenser, so it’s convenient and economical to have fresh, pure water any time.

If you have a hard time drinking plain water, you may want to try infusing it with different types of fruits and or vegetables. Using seasonal produce is a great way to make it easier to get your daily water requirement. Here are 3 combinations that are both delicious and healthy – simply add the produce to a large jar and cover with ice and water. Store in the refrigerator and enjoy throughout the day:
1.Thin slices of lime and cucumber with a sprig of fresh mint
2.Thin slices of lemon and cucumber
3.Thin slices of orange and fresh mint

We encourage you to stay hydrated for the sake of your skin and your body. Try drinking more water for a week, and see the results!

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