Natural Beauty and Skin Care Tips by Drinking Water


Do you know what water is the natural skin care for you? Do you know that drinking sufficient water can improve you skin appearance, making your skin smoother and more vibrant?

We all want smooth, soft, unblemished skin. There are many people now rely solely on just commercial skin care, plastic surgery or heavy cosmetic in order to look beautiful. This are not necessary true.

Water is the best natural skin care ingredients that our body needs.

Many people do not drink sufficient water as they are afraid of water retention. Some people do not drink enough water as they are too busy at work and do not have time to drink. These are all not healthy and very wrong idea.

It is important that we provide sufficient water to hydrate our skin cell such that it looks smoother and firmer. If we drink water correctly, not only it will not have water retention, we will make us looks much beautiful.

Our body needs at least 1500 cc of water each day. It will be best if we can drink 2000 cc of water. Develop a habit of drinking two big glasses of water in the morning will help our body to flush out all the waste in our body after one whole night of rest. After which, drinking a few mouthful of water every hour can provide enough water to our body.

This is the best habit for natural skin can health care. Water is the ultimate beauty product; dehydrated skin looks older than it is. Drink lots to keep your skin looking younger and more vibrant.

I’m now drinking my eight glasses (2000 cc) a day now, and am already seeing the positive effects of having smoother skin. I never realized how I avoided drinking water because it always tasted so bad, but now I like it – it tastes great!

KP Yang is an skin consultant who is passionate about health and beauty. Visit his website at [] to know more about natural skin care products. To also more about tips about beauty, visit DR’s Secret Blog []

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