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Drinking more water: the beautiful skin solution?

What are the impacts of dehydration on the skin?


The skin is the largest organ in our body and plays a vital role in protecting us against external aggressions such as pathogens. It regulates our internal temperature and helps eliminate waste.

The skin is made up of three layers: the epidermis, the dermis and the hypodermis. The epidermis is the outer layer, which contains skin cells and melanin which protects against UV rays. The dermis is the middle layer, which contains hair follicles, sebaceous glands and blood circulation. The hypodermis is the deepest layer, which contains fats and connective tissues. Water is an essential element for maintaining healthy skin.


Skin dehydration can have negative impacts on the functionality and appearance of the skin:


Skin dryness can lead to an alteration of the skin barrier. This barrier is made up of lipids that prevent transepidermal water loss. When skin is dehydrated, this barrier is compromised, which can lead to loss of elasticity and the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Additionally, dehydration can affect the production of collagen and elastin. These proteins are essential for the firmness and suppleness of the skin. When the skin is dehydrated, the production of these proteins can be affected, leading to loss of skin firmness and tone.

Dehydrated skin can also look dull and tired. This is due to the fact that the skin needs water to regenerate and renew itself. If the skin is dehydrated, this process can be impaired, which can lead to a tired and dull appearance.

Skin dehydration can lead to increased skin sensitivity. Dehydrated skin can be more sensitive to external aggressions, such as UV rays, pollutants and cosmetic products.




Drinking more water: the effects on the skin


Water is a vital element for the human organism. The body is approximately 65% ​​water, which varies with age and gender. Unlike food, humans can only survive without water for about three days. Good hydration is therefore essential to keep the body hydrated and avoid the harmful effects of dehydration.


The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends a daily consumption of two liters of drinking water for an adult, the equivalent of 8 to 10 glasses of water. This helps meet the body's water needs and maintain an adequate state of hydration. Proper hydration helps maintain the normal functioning of vital organs, regulate body temperature and eliminate toxins. It also helps prevent constipation and headaches, as well as maintain beautiful, healthy skin.


A good varied diet, rich in fruits and vegetables, greatly improves the quality of the skin. Make it less greasy, less dull with less pimples, limit the effects of old age.

But food is not the only factor to focus on to have beautiful skin. Water is a vital element and can have many properties:

  • Makes the skin more supple and hydrated
  • Improves the elimination of toxins
  • Limit redness
  • Protects and limits the skin from aging

Hydratis: optimize your hydration with Hydratis 


Mineral salts are chemical compounds essential for the health and functioning of living organisms. They are present in all human bodies and play a crucial role in many biological functions, such as growth, development, energy production, transmission of nerve signals and regulation of bodily fluids.

These nutrients are absorbed by the body from food, water and/or nutritional supplements. The main mineral salts are calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, sodium, potassium, iron and zinc. Each of these minerals performs a specific function in the body. For example, calcium helps the skin to protect and regenerate itself. Silica and magnesium promote the natural repair of skin cells. Zinc is necessary for immunity, it helps the body recover from injuries, fights acne, regulates sebum production and promotes the production of new cells. Potassium helps keep skin hydrated and rebalances the skin's pH.

An adequate supply of mineral salts is crucial to maintain healthy skin and prevent potential problems.


Good hydration thanks to water allows a suitable supply of these mineral salts. Some drinks can improve this hydration. This is the case of Hydratis, a French company specializing in body hydration . By consuming these beverages, one can prevent dehydration or treat mild dehydration. The process is very simple: just introduce the effervescent tablets into a large glass of water and then drink it.


Hydratis tablets enrich your water with mineral salts and trace elements. Hydratis allows water to be absorbed more quickly and efficiently by the body while contributing to muscle recovery, reducing fatigue and fighting against cell stress (symptomatic of periods of dehydration), improving the quality of the skin.

Hydration is an essential factor in maintaining healthy, glowing skin. In addition to drinking water, it is also important to adopt a healthy lifestyle by avoiding harmful substances for the skin such as alcohol and cigarettes, and by having a balanced diet rich in essential nutrients for the skin health to get all the benefits. It is also advisable to have a skincare routine to provide the necessary care for the skin. In short, regular and sufficient hydration is essential for healthy, luminous and youthful skin. It is therefore important to take care of your skin by moisturizing it from the inside and the outside to maintain beautiful skin throughout life.