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Dehydrated Skin? Here Are 5 Simple Ways to Hydrate Your Skin

Want to know the secret to healthy and beautiful skin? Well, who wouldn’t: P

Hydrated and nourished skin is the way to healthy, happy skin, but moisturizing your skin once a day would simply not cut it. We are talking about keeping your skin hydrated throughout the day to keep it supple and glowing.

 Why is it important to keep your skin hydrated?

How do you look and feel after you’ve hydrated your skin and now think how do you feel when you skip the hydration regime? Hydration is the key to soft skin.

 If you are ready to upgrade your hydration game, we are ready to help with these 5 simple ways to hydrate your skin.

  1. Drink an adequate amount of water

The first step to hydrating your skin is hydrating your body. We know you know it, but the question is, do you follow it?

It is recommended for you to drink at least 8 glasses of water every day but your body may require more, depending on your weight and daily activities.

  1. Avoid very hot or cold long showers

Bathing for long in a very hot or cold shower can eradicate your skin’s barrier resulting in loss of moisture content and natural oils that can leave your skin dehydrated. Lukewarm water while bathing is ideal.

  1. Use a moisturiser with hydrating ingredients

Whether your skin is dry, oily, sensitive, combination or lucky you, normal, it’s essential to use a moisturizer with hydrating ingredients. Try the ANAYA Almond & Grape Seed Moisturizing Lotion which contains the goodness of Grape Seed and Almond extracts and is enriched with natural antioxidants, vitamin D and E to plump skin with hydration and reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

  1. Add facial oils to your skincare regime

Depending on your skin, it might need a little extra hydration. A hydrating facial oil can take things up a notch and can be used day and night. ANAYA Ayurvedic Facial Oil with Saffron & Lotus is a holistic blend of oils and herbs enriched with the goodness of Saffron and Lotus. This facial beauty oil helps nourish the skin and slows down signs of ageing.

  1. Eat seasonal food that is rich in water content

Fruits and vegetables beneficial for your skin in many ways including hydrating the skin and body! Citrus fruits are packed with Vitamin C, which is vital to maintain your skin’s texture and foods rich in Vitamin A and B3 improve your overall skin health.

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