In the seasons of spring, summer and fall I drink copious amounts of water - somewhere between between 45 and 70+ ounces a day with NO PROBLEM.
I don’t drink soda and I actually like water - I like how it makes my body and skin look and feel.
In the summer and fall months I drink my water with fresh mints and lemon verbena sprigs from the garden and I can’t get enough of it.
I have dry skin to begin with and I like the way being sufficiently hydrated makes my skin look and feel - And I’m sure my internal workings of my body's cogs appreciate the hydration as well.
I use vitamin E oil on my skin (it helps) and Nude ProGenius Treatment Oil on my face (that also helps and I'm addicted to it,) year round, but I'm still lacking re: my water intake.
And yes, I know spring is just around the bend and things should hopefully get back to normal.
Day light Savings is this Saturday, (don't forget to set the clocks on your pumps and meters ahead by one hours folks) but I have yet to see a daffodil or crocus peep out from the snow - And that bums me out!
As is the fact that in my town, the temperature dropped down to 2 degrees in the early morning hours of March 5th (yesterday) and I woke up to frozen pipes - WTF.
But I digress. Back to hydrating. My water intake is not what it should be because I crave everything warm in this cold.
I crank up the heat and take extended hot showers, which of course make for my skin to be even drier than usual.
I find that I'm forcing myself to drink water daily - but only about 30 ounces - And that's not enough work.
I try to make up for that with herb tea and slipping in the the occasional seltzer water - but I can only drink so much of either.
My questions to you are: How have you been keeping hydrated in this arctic vortex BS?
Have you been using any special products on your skin?
And am I the only one feels like the Crypt Keeper thanks to the cold weather and the lack of keeping completely hydrated??