#7: Water, Water, and More Water
You probably think of water as the very problem for which the dry skin has come about, but this can be incorrect.
If you are suffering from chronic dry skin then it just might be that you’re not drinking enough water each day.
Dehydration can show itself in a variety of different ways and though we tend to ignore it, dry skin can be one of the first telltale signs.
So while you may be focused on dirking enough water in the hot summer months, it matters just as much in the cold winter months too.
If you don’t drink enough water it makes you feel thirsty, but it makes your skin thirsty as well. You will find that dry skin, dry hair, and nails often come about due to a lack of proper water concentration in your diet.
This is easily fixed as you just need to opt for about 8-10 glasses of water per day to provide proper nourishing and moisture from the inside out.
It really does go to show that what you consume each day can make a huge difference in how dry your skin is, and it starts with proper water consumption each and every day.