Its is a ubiquitous knowledge that our bodies are made of 70% water. It is of pronounced gravity to provide the adequate hydration to the body, externally and internally.
The winter weather takes a toll on the skin and hair and most people do redress the problem by using good moisturizing agents for the skin and hair. But it is mainly like the second line of defense.
The primary line of defense for protecting and maintaining the integrity of skin and hair is the hydration of the body from within. Our skin and our hair is made of 70% water. To keep this level of water intact, it is mandatory to keep body hydrated by consuming ample amount of water.
During the summer days, people keep sipping water due to the intense heat, and compensate for the water loss and keep the water level accurate.
But the real challenge comes during the winters, when owing to the cold temperature, people refrain from consuming enough water. Due to the low consumption of water, the body goes dehydrated which eventually disturbs the moisture level in the skin and hair. And dryness and dullness is evinced in the skin and hair.
Rather, it becomes indispensable to consume more water instead of curtailing water consumption. Due to the ancillary dryness in the weather, the consumption of water should rather be elevated. Internally if the body is hydrated, it is reflected by the shine and glow of the hair and skin.
Drink water, fight the woes of winter and stay beautiful!