Imagine a fresh, plump grape — that represents our skin cells when we’re hydrated. Now, if we’re dehydrated, our skin cells shrivel like a raisin which makes our skin appear wrinkled and shriveled.
Our skin is a direct reflection of the health of our tissue cells. When these cells are healthy, skin is supple and healthy. However when we become dehydrated, our skin becomes dry, flaky, and wrinkled. Our skin loses its natural elasticity as we age, making it harder for water to enter our cells, and our skin is more easily dehydrated.
When the body becomes dehydrated, vital organs such as the liver, brain and lungs, are given priority. Connective tissue such as collagen, the primary connective tissue of the skin, is one of the first things to stop receiving water when our body is low on water. When collagen is inadequately hydrated, its strands start to crack and adhere to one another, leading to the formation of wrinkles on the skins surface.
To cure dehydration and restore your skin to be healthy, smooth, and youthful it is important to hydrate your body by drinking plenty of water, as well as feeding your skin with moisture from the outside. 100% Pure Organic Aqua Boost contains vegetarian hyaluronic acid, which has the 3ability to hold up to 1000 times its weight in water, delivering hydration to thirsty skin cells and locking in hydration for plump, soft skin. 100% Pure Organic Lavender Hydrosol and Organic Rose Hydrosol are formulated by collecting the steam produced by the steam distillation of organic lavender/rose. Hydrosols contain the same soothing and healing medicinal properties as essential oils, including anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, and skin hydrating benefits.
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