Why Hydration is a Vital Weapon in Your Beauty Arsenal

It’s no secret that water is a girl’s best friend but do you really know why? I’ve narrowed down the top 5 beauty benefits of drinking water.

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It’s good for your skin. All those hydrating skin care products are great but none can make your skin glow like actual water. Drinking at least 64 ounces of water a day can flush out toxins from your body and nourish your skin from the inside out.

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It can promote weight loss. Drinking water aids in suppressing your appetite. Studies have shown that dehydration can be mistaken for hunger pangs. Drinking enough water will help curb those sudden cravings.

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It keeps your breath in check. Dehydration can actually cause saliva to decrease. Less saliva = more bacteria growth inside your mouth= bad breath.

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It promotes healthy hair growth. Water maintains your scalp moisturized meaning you’ll have fewer chances of developing a dry itchy scalp or dandruff. Water also supports the vitamins that help hair growth. Having strong nourished hair can help prevent breakage and split ends caused by dehydration.

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It’s good for your nails. Without enough moisture nails can become brittle and peel easily. Drinking enough water could help nails retain moisture and stay strong.

Hands down the greatest benefit of drinking plenty of water is also the most obvious one: your overall health. Water aids in better brain function and heart health. It helps build muscles to protect the joints. It’s also a mood and energy booster.It benefits your body on the inside as well as on the outside.

If you’ve struggled getting all the H2O your body needs perhaps knowing why it’s so important may motivate you to chug it down more often. Drink up my friends!

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