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TIP: Wow! So much does 3 liters of water per day for your skin
What drinking water really does for your skin. We sip soured with our umpteenth glass of water or cup of tea to come to that two liters of water a day, but dear God, what is that much! Let alone touch the three. This woman, however, succeeded and the result is amazing.
Although the wrinkles are not yet approaching (at least, with some), we drag liters of different creams with us into our handbag, because yes, prevention is better than cure. We stagger in the mirror to see if the first wrinkle is already visible and when you think you are discovering something, you get stressed. Journalist Sarah Smith is not bothered by this. She seems to have found the eternal source of youth . Drinking water with fruit and spice.
Water is the new Botox
Did she let her eyes lift? Her face filled with Botox? Her face full of makeup or is she very good with Photoshop? None of these theories stand for Sarah Smith, who went from a wrinkly, dull skin to a tight radiant skin. Her secret? Drink three liters of water a day. People who know they can drink water all day long do not understand you. But maybe we should follow the example of these camels, because Sarah looks very good! But how does someone get up to slurp up such a waterfall? Sarah told that she wanted to go to this experiment because she had a lot of headaches and she did not feel comfortable. For a month she drank three liters of water a day Metro reports. And the result, that is allowed!
Yes! A remedy! Or not
Are you jealous of staring at the tip of your chair at Sarah's before and after photos? Then we unfortunately have a buzzkill for you. Skin doctor Joshua Zeichner tells Cosmopolitan that there is no evidence at all that this really helps. "There is no convincing evidence that eight glasses of water per day genuinely helps to improve the texture of your skin." Does her makeover really come down to good lighting and make-up? "The 'before' seems to be illuminated from above, accentuating wrinkles, while the post-photo appears to be exposed from the front, making your skin look better," he explains. Bummer.
Fortunately, we do not have to let hope go. Doctor Joe Cincotta, from the anti-wrinkle chain Time Bomb, says that your skin suffers if you do not drink enough. "Your skin will look dull and thin lines will appear. As you get older, your skin has more and more problems keeping water and dehydration is not uncommon. " Stop drinking soda - Stop sugar.
Whether the slurping of water works well to look younger or not, water is just good for you and so we put the water bottle on our mouth again and hope we will get the three liters today. Drinking water lowers the blood pressure.