If you didn’t know, your skin is the largest organ which protects all other organs. So it is important that our largest organ is in the best shape possible. As previously discussed in other posts, organs like your liver, kidneys, and thyroid all contribute to the appearance of your skin. Both liver and kidneys filter out impurities and can be overworked if one is consuming lots of sugar or fatty foods. When this happens, it is common to see evidence of this appear on the skin as acne or break outs. Similarly, the thyroid is an organ in charge of hormone distribution and can cause skin issues when imbalanced such as dryness, textured skin, and paleness.
Sufficient water consumption is significant because it helps aid organs in maintaining your overall health. By helping out your organs with a few more glasses of water, you will slowly begin to see the difference in the appearance of your skin. Additionally, you can also obtain water from various fruits and vegetables you can eat throughout the day like watermelon or cucumbers! Along with a personalized skin care routine, you will definitely begin to see a difference in your skin. There is no exact amount of water for all people to consume on a daily basis, but most recommend eight glasses of water per day.