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Simple Tips for Using Water as a Beauty Product

We can’t live without water; it is very important for our survival. But did you know that it is also the most effective beauty product? Yes that’s right. It can rejuvenate your beauty better than any cosmetic product, and it comes for free! Here are some tips to use water for beauty.


  • Wash your face daily with lukewarm water, and it will remove sebum. Sebum is the oily secretion that clogs your pores. Don’t use cold water directly on skin. However, after washing with lukewarm water, rinse your face with cold water so that swelling (if any) is reduced.
  • Use cold water to rinse your hair to keep it oil free and bouncy. Cold water moderates sebum production to make hair look more alive.
  • Bathe with cold water to increase blood circulation in the body. Your skin as a whole needs care and attention. Do not just focus on facial skin, but make sure you take care of the entire body.
  • Drink at least 6 glasses of water each day. Most of us know about it, but we hardly follow it. If your body is dehydrated, you just cannot have good skin. 6-10 glasses of water each day will reduce wrinkles and crowfeet around eyes.
  • If your skin has open pores, rub ice on it daily. This will close pores and your skin will become more even.
  • Wash your face daily with rose water. It will keep your skin healthy and glowing. Rose water is also good for eyes, and doctors recommend a few drops of rose water in eyes to cure some infections.
  • If blackheads are bothering you, the best option is to take steam. Steam opens skin pores and blackheads are loosened. Then you can pull them out easily.
  • Swimming is considered the best exercise by many athletes. Plus it’s fun! If you want to lose weight in a fun way, swimming is the best solution.
  • And apart from that, you can use water in many other things. Use water between cleansing and moisturizing, use it with toner, in homemade beauty recipes, and in your makeup.

Bottom line: Tepid and lukewarm water is ideal for washing face, while cold water is good for a final rinse, washing hair, and bathing in general. But be careful, excessive water contact can dehydrate your skin. Also, pool water has chlorine in it, so if you swim regularly, hit the shower before getting dressed.

Author: Summer H.


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