During the cold, dry, winter months, we tend to drink less water than what the body needs. In the summertime, it’s easy to stay hydrated because the heat makes us thirsty and perspire. There’s a misconception that we don’t perspire as such in the winter but that simply isn’t true. Thirst is often a late indication that we’re dehydrated. The body needs just as much water in the winter to function properly, stay alert, and keep the skin moisturized. Our bodies are made of 70% water so it’s necessary to nurture your body with it. When you don’t drink enough, symptoms like headaches and dry coughs occur. Where skin is concerned, this may also include chapped lips, dry, tight skin, and even acne because the skin is busy fighting for hydration, and in turn over-produces oil that causes breakouts.
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Fall is officially here, which means your skin is depleted of moisture and nutrients from the summer sun. What’s more is that with colder weather on the rise, hot showers and the use of central heating systems become inevitable lifestyle changes for the season. Your skin helps to regulate body temperature by detecting hot and cold conditions. As the weather drops in temperature, so does the moisture in the air and your skin needs time to adapt to the change. The result? Rough, dry, flaky skin. If you’re prone to eczema or other dry skin issues, these conditions become much worse.