The impact of water on your skin

The impact of water on your skin

Water plays an essential role in your life, even if you don't always realise it. Just think about how much you encounter water on a daily basis. The cup of coffee on your desk, the clothes you wear, your notepad—all of these wouldn't exist without water. And, of course, water is incredibly important for keeping your body healthy.

Hydration for healthy skin

A significant portion of our skin is composed of water. When you don't drink enough water, it affects your skin as well. It becomes dry and flaky, increasing the risk of skin problems. Your skin may appear older, dull, and rough. Applying skincare products becomes less effective because they sit on the surface and struggle to penetrate the skin. Internal hydration is crucial. Did you know that water can also help protect the skin from external factors such as pollution and UV radiation? It acts as a natural barrier, helping to prevent skin damage.

Cleansing the skin

Hydration within your body helps eliminate toxins and waste, including from your skin. Externally, it's important to cleanse the skin regularly using water and quality cleansing products. This removes dead skin cells, sebum, and dirt. It also prevents clogged pores, which can lead to breakouts and skin issues. A well-cleansed and hydrated skin retains moisture better, resulting in a younger and healthier appearance.

Better skin from the outside...

The water you apply to your skin, such as when washing your hands or face, is just as important as the water you drink. Water with high mineral content can be drying for the skin. Therefore, you may choose to wash with clean and filtered water that doesn't contain harmful substances. At AquaTru, we share the same belief. Clean water is the foundation of a clean body. With an AquaTru water filter, you can enjoy truly clean water that won't irritate or damage your skin.

...and from the inside

However, it's also crucial to drink enough water to keep your skin healthy. We need about 2.5 liters of fluid each day. Many people struggle to drink enough, especially if they don't enjoy the taste of tap water. Filtered water, on the other hand, often tastes much better to them. They find it softer and more pleasant. This makes it easier to drink enough water and keep your body and skin properly hydrated!