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The Importance of Hydration

Spring has sprung, the weather is warming up and the chill is behind us. Which means our skin is busy adjusting to the environmental and lifestyle changes. A time of the year which can be especially turbulent for our skin. The cold temperatures, a lack of Vitamin D and relentless indoor heating of winter can leave the skin feeling less than radiant. It’s time to give your skin the boost it needs, and the first step is to fuel it with the most important nutrient; water

With our bodies being made up of over 70% water it’s little wonder we depend on H2O to survive. We can last roughly eight weeks without food, but only days without water. This essential liquid is found in all the tissues throughout our body, and our current level of hydration dramatically effects the health of our organs, the look of or skin and even in our levels of cholesterol and fat

Water helps to maintain body temperature, flushes unwanted bacteria from key organs, lubricates our joints, combats fatigue, helps reduce high blood pressure, halts allergies and slows acne. More than that, it plays an integral part in keeping our skin looking and feeling healthy from the inside out. Allowing your skin to dry out reduces crucial nutrients and in turn speeds up the ageing process. A hydrated body is essential to achieving optimum skin moisture and making sure those essential nutrients are delivered to the cells of the skin

So it’s definitely not an old wives tale; drinking six to eight glasses of water a day is essential for optimal short and long term inner and outer health. But if hitting those levels every day is a stretch, there are other avenues to top up on H20. Fruits and vegetables like watermelon, tomatoes, cucumber, lettuce, celery, spinach and grapefruit help with inner hydration. Likewise, premium skincare products which feature natural ingredients like Shea Butter, Wakame Extract, vegetable Gylcerin and essential oils like Jojoba, Coconut, Argan, Avocado and Cacadamia contribute to getting your skin feeling quenched and looking healthy

Give your skin the boost it needs this spring by replenishing moisture levels and preventing water loss throughout your day by introducing a nourishing moisturiser

If you declare drinking water as a top priority and introduce Hunter Lab’s hydration tools into your daily routine, you will start to reap the benefits and notice the power of hydration