We all know the benefits of keeping hydrated when it comes to our overall health. Drinking the right amount of water each day helps our digestion, our circulation, our absorption, etc. It can help curb the symptoms of infections and sicknesses, and can help prevent them too.
Those same healing and preventative effects can be reaped for our skin as well. The skin is an organ, just like any other organ in our bodies. It is made up of cells, and those cells are made up of water. Without water, they just don’t function at their optimal potential. So if our skin isn’t getting the right amount of hydration, we’ll start to see the havoc it wreaks in the form of tight, dry, sometime even flaky skin. That dry skin also sets the stage for fine lines and wrinkles.
Drinking water, however, means that the water will reach all the other organs before it reaches the skin, so it’s important to make sure we hydrate our skin from the outside too.
Our Intensive Age Defying Cream is intensely restorative, infused with a natural blend of thermo-mineral water and organic restorative flora. It’s highly concentrated, and helps to strengthen and accelerate age defying effects, for younger looking, hydrated skin.
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