Do you drink enough water? It slows down aging and keeps your skin shining

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  1. emilyclark

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    Exactly hydrating is one of the most important things you can do to keep your skin looking young, bright and glowing — as well as keep every system in the body functioning optimally. Dry, dehydrated skin looks older and more dull, and because our skin is a reflection for what’s going on internally, the more water we drink the more hydrated our skin will look. To keep your body healthy and hydrated, try drinking 2-3 liters of water per day and go easy on caffeinated beverages and alcohol, which dry your skin out even more.

    Right off the bat, coffee is notorious for keeping you awake and energized for longer periods of time. But those periods of time and that extra burst of energy are all things your body doesn’t need. Rest is essential for healthy skin and the longer you go in the day without sleep the worse your skin looks. Coffee is also dehydrating and if you choose to drink that over water, then you’re definitely doing more bad than good.

    To aid in the healing process of your skin, it’s a good idea consider sprinkling in tumeric powder with your daily moisturizer as per suggested by juvederm dallas. NaturalNews.com recognizes Tumeric for its powerful antioxidants and antibacterial properties that help heal acne, blackheads, hyperpigmentation, eczema and psoriasis. It has also shown evidence of slowing down the aging process by improving the skin’s elasticity. By adding a little bit of tumeric powder in with your moisturizer you’ll get a double whammy of positive benefits and will unsurprisingly find that your skin will heal faster, efficiently and look better.
     
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