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Know How and Why Hydration is Good for your Skin

Hydration is important for your skin as it is for the rest of the body. Learn more about the hows and whys of hydration for your skin.

Exercise & Fitness By Meenakshi ChaudharySep 25, 2014

Hydration

Drinking plenty of water daily is crucial for your health as it aids in digestion, circulation, absorption and even excretion. But, does staying hydrated also help with the skin's health? Here are some answers to  questions and the ways to keep your skin hydrated. Image Courtesy: Getty

You Lose Water All Day Long

You should regularly rehydrate yourself as your body continuously loses water every day. Unfortunately, the water you drink does very less to hydrate the skin as it reaches all the other organs before it reaches the skin. So, it is important to provide some care from the outside. Image Courtesy: Getty

Dehydrated Skin is Vulnerable

Once you lose a significant amount of water, the dehydration will cause your skin to become dry, tight and flaky. Dry skin is more prone to wrinkling and other damages. It is even more important to keep your skin hydrated to avoid any harm to the skin. Image Courtesy: Getty

 

Skin Needs Water Too

Just like the rest of the body, your skin is made up of cells that are made up of water. Just like every other organ, your skin needs water to stay hydrated and function properly. Image Courtesy: Getty

 

Moisturizers

Use moisturizers to keep your skin hydrated and healthy. Use both day and night moisturizers to ensure 24/7 hydration. Avoid chemical based products and stick to natural and healthy moisturizing options. Apply the moisturizers several times on your skin thoroughly, especially during summer. Image Courtesy: Getty

 

Nourish your Skin

Drink plenty of water every day to hydrate your skin. Also eat a healthful diet rich in fruits and vegetables. Ensure proper nourishment to your skin. Avoid foods that are processed or oily that may not be good for your skin. Image Courtesy: Getty

Exfoilate and Hydrate

Don't just hydrate your skin; exfoliate it to remove the dry and dead skin cells. You can apply moisturizer on the skin to get rid of dryness and cracks. Make sure you do this more often to keep your skin healthy. Image Courtesy: Getty

Work on Dry Areas

Work on the dry areas on your skin. If you feel dryness and itching, apply an ointment or cream to get rid of the dryness immediately. With proper hydration and care you will get healthy skin. Image Courtesy: Getty

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