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Water for Glowing skin and Proper Health

One of the best boosters for glowing, sexy and healthy looking skin is some thing you don’t need to spend any money on whatsoever. It comes to you free of charge – if that’s the way you like it, and it is right there in from of you. What am I talking about? Plain old H2O or more simply put water!

What Water Does?

The effects of drinking more water become apparent on your looks almost immediately. Apart from feeling healthier, you’ll find that your skin tone improves almost overnight. Your face looks softer and fresher, your eyes have more sparkle, your lines and wrinkles will seem less pronounced and your body will work more efficiently as the toxins and waste are literally washed away.

Drinking water helps you’ll feel less bloated and it has been proved that it doesn’t lead to fluid retention. In fact, drinking water helps prevents this by flushing out the toxins and waste that accumulates in the tissues and causes oedema (swelling). You will also have better muscles tone because your muscles aren’t dehydrated.

If you are watching your diet, drink a glass or two of water when you feel hungry. Dehydration triggers false feelings of hunger so it’s easy to confuse thirst with hunger. Serious calorie counters will find that a glass or two of water before sitting down for a meal will help suppress your appetite.

Even thought most western countries pride themselves on the quality of their drinking water (water that comes straight from the tap), this has not stopped around 75 percent of all Westerners from drinking bottled mineral waters. Look around his streets of Delhi and see how many people, both foreign and local, have adopted this rather fashionable approach to dehydration. Anyone with any business sense of humour should capitalize on the growing market and design the ultimate in water bottle bags; they could rival sunglasses in the who’s who of fashion. It now seems that most health conscious Delhites tend to carry a bottle of water wherever they go when out of the home. It is incredible.

Natural spring water, whether it’s fizzy or still, is full of natural minerals such as calcium, potassium and magnesium, and small quantities of trace elements life iodine, copper and iron, all of which are essential for good health and in particular, healthy skin. Fizzy water, whether it comes from the ground that way or has carbon dioxide (which gives it the bubbles) is absorbed into the body quicker than still water, but is thought by some beauticians to aggravate cellulite.

Whether you’re on holiday or at home, as the temperature rises, so should your water consumption. When we are hot, we sweat to help cool our bodies down. By helping to regulate your body temperature, you won’t sweat as much and you’ll avoid becoming dehydrated. One of the commonest causes of tired- looking skin is dehydration, both on the surface and throughout the body language. One should aim to re-hydrate his body by drinking two to three litres (four to five pints) of water a day. This should ideally be taken as plain or lightly flavored, unsweetened water and not tea, coffee or other caffeine –containing or sugary drinks.

You should also cut down on tea and coffee. People who drink a lot of tea, coffee, hot chocolate and cola-style drinks are more likely to have tired –looking skin and suffer from conditions such as greasy skin and spots. This is because these drinks contain caffeine, which prevents your body from making good use of the vitamins and minerals from your food. Try to drink no more than three cups of coffee, tea or other caffeine containing drinks a day.

Keep your alcohol intake low. Excessive alcohol intake may lead to skin problems such as split veins. Try not to drink more than the recommended 21 units a week (a unit is the equivalent of a glass of wine).

Try to give up smoking. Nicotine does not help you keep a healthy aroma therapy for skin care. It attacks the blood vessels that feed the skin with nutrients and oxygen, as well as those that drain away the waste products from the skin. Your skin therefore becomes poor at ridding itself of unwanted substances and in severe cases, also starts to lack oxygen. Other substances produced by smoke can age the skin greatly and affect the nail beds and hair follicles, which nestle in the epidermis. If you want to have a youthful, healthy appearance, try to give up smoking.

How to Increase your water intake

An easy way is to start the day with a fresh cup or two of water. These first glasses are critical because you are reversing any mild dehydration that may have occurred overnight, especially if you cut off your water consumption a couple of hours before bed time in order to reduce night time trips to the bathroom.

If you are in the habit of showering and dressing before you go to the kitchen in the morning, you could leave a cup or bottle of water handy for you to drink during your dressing routine. It is best to drink water on an empty stomach in order to avoid unnecessary dilution of digestive juices, so about half an hour before meals, drink a glass of water. One of the best skincare products available today in India is the Evian Atomizer. A light spray for the face or body with this pressurized water in a can, it will refresh, soothe and moisturize the skin on contact – combating the effects of aging and the environment. Use Evian Atomizer water spray throughout the day to hydrate the face and assist in cooling the skin down. It can be sprayed on and over makeup. It is small and easy to carry and should be part of every one’s makeup kit – including you men!


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