Water, water everywhere, but not a drop on your dry skin.

This ironic statement mirrors how it’s, more often than not, taken for granted that people don’t tend to think of it in health or anti-aging terms. They should. After all, this so-called “universal solvent” is mostly equated to as a vital source of “life.”

By and large, water is an extremely important nutrient for survival. Apart from keeping us alive or just quenching our thirst, it has manifold benefits to our bodies so as to keep us healthy and to help reverse the aging process.

Just look at a house plant when you forget to water it, and look again after you do. It is dry, and if left unattended for an extended period, it will eventually die. We are no different. Our body and skin need plenty of water to achieve its optimal function and condition.

Water makes up more than 60 percent of our body weight. Without it, other nutrients in the form of food or supplement won’t be assimilated quickly and efficiently. This liquid matter moves in and out of the cells continuously, thus, dissolving nutrients and carrying them where they need to go. What’s more, water feeds our cells to give the energy we need.

Beyond these basic benefits, drinking enough water also helps us arrest the signs of aging. And these highly manifest in the skin. Dehydration in the biggest organ that covers the body shows in all sorts of ways—dryness, tightness, flakiness. Dry skin has less strength and is more susceptible to wrinkling. Loss of hydration in the long run leads to fine lines formation.

Another positive effect of water is it maintains skin moisture. Also, it is the vehicle for delivering essential nutrients to the skin cells. For soft, moist skin, drinking enough amount of water is very important. It’s natural, thus, more effective and, of course, cheaper than applying moisturizers or other dermatological concoctions.

Removing the wastes of the body is, likewise, a good use of water. This is by way of urine. So, when the intake of this fluid is reduced, the ability of the body to flush out toxins through urination is also diminished. Insufficient taking of water every day can result to repeated urinary tract infections.

Bowels are not enough to remove toxins, especially those that are soluble in water. Lack of water, thereby, causes constipation. When these wastes must then be eliminated through the skin, the increase in toxin levels of the body can cause headaches and fatigue. The attempt by the body to take out excess levels of unwanted chemicals via the skin can also end up to acne and will worsen eczema.

According to many experts, a person should drink about 64 ounces of water a day. Others claim that 1/2 ounce is equivalent to every one pound of body weight to account for all the water loss through the consumption of coffee, alcohol etc. Regardless of numbers, the best way is to drink as much as you can.

Convinced enough to grab your next glass of water, be sure to also drink with it your daily dose of NOVUSKIN LIFT.

This anti-aging food supplement is a complete package of nature’s finest rejuvenating extracts: marine fish collagen, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. These essential ingredients work in synergy from within to help prevent premature skin aging, enhance the skin’s elasticity, and lessen the appearance of fine lines.

So, practice proper hydration and take one dose a day of NOVUSKIN LIFT so you can radiate health and beauty inside and out.

#KeepThemGuessing #NovuSkinLift

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