Drinking enough water has many positive physical expressions, but not all of them we can see or feel. One of the most obvious external expressions of drinking water to which we can be witnesses, is the look of our skin. People who drink plenty of water may slow symptoms of skin aging such as wrinkles. On the other hand, people who do not drink sufficient amount of water may suffer from sagging skin, dry and lusterless. Also, the chances of suffering from allergies, pimples and acne are increased for those who don’t drink enough water. This happens because our skin cells need water to function properly, just like the rest of our body parts. When we are aware that the lack of drinking water leads to dehydration, we must understand that this dehydration also applies to our skin and harms it aesthetically.
Many of us invest in facial and body care buying creams, special anti-wrinkle lotions and expensive facial treatments, while totally unaware of the most natural and available anti-aging product: water. Studies that have examined the effect of water intake on skin health have found that they have a large effect, its proper functioning and its moisture level. And these, of course, are expressed in skin with gloss and a smooth and healthy appearance.