Everyone knows that staying hydrated is one of the basic rules of health. It’s known that everyone should drink at least 8 glasses of water each but we all know how boring water can be as a taste. The best way to make water more exciting is by adding fruit or drinking other drinks which contain a lot of water in such as coconut water. There are some waters that have lots of beauty benefits to the skin. I have listed these below.
Cactus water is rich in antioxidants. But these antioxidants are known as betalains. Cactus water is made from the fruit of the prickly pear cactus, not the cactus itself. This drink is great for hydration as it has a nice taste and is very refreshing especially in hot weather.
Watermelon water is an all time summer drink and is perfecting for entertaining when it comes to BBQ’s, picnics and more. Watermelon is more than 91 percent water and studies found that it can reduce muscle soreness after exercise. I am sure if you love watermelon as a fruit then you’ll definitely love the drink. I would so choose this over normal drinking water.
Coconut water is a clear liquid found in a young coconut. There are plenty of health benefits when it comes to drinking coconut water. Some of these are:
Weight-loss - fat content in coconut water is extremely low
Picture perfect skin - moistures the skin as it contains lots of healthy oils
Good hangover remedy - helps settle your stomach
Facilitates Digestion - reduces the occurrence of acid
Boosts hydration - most effect when it comes to hydration
Rich in nutrients - contains five essential electrolytes
Reduces blood pressure - balancing mechanism
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ALOE VERA JUICE
Aloe Vera juice is definitely a trendy new drink for radiant skin. Aloe Vera juice is filled with lots of health and beauty benefits. Some of these I have listed below:
Supports the immune system
Good for the digestive system
Lowers cholesterol and blood sugar levels
Good for burns, acne and hydrating the skin
An easy way to boost your vitamin and mineral intake
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