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The Only New Year’s Resolution You Need to Make This Year

Did you make any beauty-related New Year’s resolutions this year? There are so many that seem important whether it’s taking better care of your skin, not forgetting to wash your makeup off, or committing to doing more hair masks, brushing more carefully, or taking more vitamin supplements. If you ask a professional, however, or even a celebrity, their #1 beauty resolution is (for the most part) always the same: to drink more water. Yes, you heard that right, drink more water. Drinking more water offers a number of benefits for your hair and skin. Find out what they are below!

Flushes Toxins

Drinking enough water in the day helps your body flush out toxins which, among other things, helps combat skin and scalp disorders like psoriasis, dandruff, and even eczema.

Aids in Digestion

Water and other liquids help break down food so that your body can absorb the nutrients. Water also softens stool, which helps prevent constipation.

Reduces Hair Loss

If you drink enough water, your body doesn’t have to use the water from your hair for other more vital organs (which, as you can imagine, leads to breakage and thinning).

Helps Control Calories

Water doesn’t have any particular effect on weight loss other than to keep you from drinking other high-calorie drinks like soda and juice.

Docs suggest 64 ounces per day (about eight glasses), however, it’s important to remember that water is only one piece of the puzzle to staying hydrated. In order to reap the benefits of hydration, you have to combine water with a well-balanced diet.

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