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Can Drinking Water Improve My Skin?

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Can drinking lots of water perfect your skin, in addition to its other health benefits? A dermatologist replies.
Question: "Will drinking lots of water improve my skin?"

Answer: All that water you're slugging down is great for your overall health, but unfortunately, you can't hydrate skin from the inside out, says Jessica Wu, M.D., a clinical instructor of dermatology at the University of Southern California. What you can do: "Keep dry skin under control by applying lotion right after you take a shower," she says. This traps the water left on your skin and slows evaporation, so dryness doesn't progress to itching, redness, cracking or peeling.

Originally published in Fitness magazine.

 

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brandonw121294 wrote:

Water treatment is the best way to improve your overall skin quality and health. Water Softeners basically takes the place of lotion and is better for you in general. acid neutralizers also have the ability to reduce iron stains throughout your house and help to further clean the water. http://midatlanticwater.net

8/20/2013 06:42:16 PM Report Abuse
tbounas wrote:

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7/9/2013 02:33:41 AM Report Abuse
soil4life wrote:

Chlorine added to municipal water supplies releases a lot of chlorine in a hot shower, and causes skin dryness, cracking and irritation. I got a whole house water filtration system, the PureMaster V-700 whole house system. It not only takes care of chlorine, but it also filters out heavy metals, and other contaminants, including - chloramines, cysts, copepods, VOCs, atrazine, benzene, xylene, pesticides, insecticides, herbicides. It had a great price for its large capacity.

6/2/2013 12:58:23 PM Report Abuse
brandandang wrote:

How much is one glass of water as part of the 8 glasses a day?

9/13/2011 06:04:31 PM Report Abuse

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