Benefits of including water in skin care

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With so much information on what is good for your skin and what is not, people forget the most basic aspect that defines one’s healthy being: water. Water is constantly declining for its benefits and works wonders for your skin both directly and indirectly. Water in its purest form, as well as other states such as steam and ice, can be used as part of our skincare system to achieve radiant skin. While drinking too much water can be harmful, there are other ways that water can be included as part of your skin care because it is the most natural way to cure many skin problems. Below is a list of the benefits of incorporating water into skin care to achieve that radiance.

PH balance

With Soo, many products are being applied to your face, and the contamination that it is facing, it is a wonder that our skins have not already been damaged beyond repair. Drinking water ensures that the pH balance of the skin is restored to normal. Rinse your face with water, cleanse your skin of acidic and alkaline substances and give balanced healthy skin.

Puffy eyes

With the stress of work and disruption of our sleep cycle due to technology, it is not uncommon to see black spots under our eyes and look like pandas! Well, instead of using more makeup to hide it, soaking a handkerchief or even a cloth wrapped in ice in cold water helps blood circulation under your eyes and helps to get rid of dark circles.

Toxic flush

Drinking the required amount of water helps to flush out toxins in various ways including sweating, which is very important for removing toxins from the skin. Similarly, steaming helps to deep cleanse the skin as it easily removes toxins from the skin and also clears blackheads.


Water helps to restore your one-time bouncy skin, which is now dull due to lack of nutrients and pollution. The more water the skin retains, the more bouncy and healthy your skin will look. It also helps prevent wrinkles.

Skin sagging

Weight loss will be followed by fatigue and constant tiredness. Drinking water can help with the collagen, as it forms the main component of collagen. Therefore, drinking plenty of it will help you hang on.

Founders Glow and Green, with input from Ruchika Acharya.




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