water & Beauty
Water on a daily basis your body will trust you to continue to replenish the supply and release the water. As it does so the magic starts to happen, toxins, waste, and pollutants will start being flushed out of your body.
A few extra visits to the ladies room can also be expected and this too will diminish after the first few days. If you have been a heavy drinker of teas, coffees, hot chocolates and aerated drinks your complexion may have a tired-looking, drawn-out haze.
Your complexion could also suffer from a greasy or oily texture. Skin "spots" or "stains" can also be a side effect of excessive use of these drinks. These drinks also contain ingredients which act as diuretics reducing your hydration levels rather than what you need, increasing those levels.
Mineral water is said to be better for our skin because its high silica content strengthens the spongy cells in between collagen and elastin fibres, plumbs the skin and slows the formation of wrinkles. Which is why some women only drink such bottled water and even used them to wash themselves. And for the rich and famous, they can always indulge in the invigorating benefits of the natural mineral water springs and treatments that are available at upscale spas.
So what does that leave those of us who like to enjoy the beauty benefits of mineral water but haven’t got down to installing a filtered shower tap, can’t afford to wash ourselves with Evian and Volvic daily, much less soak ourselves silly in mineral water?