How to Keep Your Skin Hydrated?

When we think about moisturized skin, we think of a good moisturizer and drinking plenty of water, right? But there is so much more you can do to keep your skin hydrated. If your skin lacks certain important nutrients, it cannot effectively hold the moisture it needs – And it will reflect on your face. Here is a compiled list of powerful ways to keep your skin hydrated. 

Pick the right moisturizer: it is essential that you pick a moisturizer that is designed for your specific skin type. If you have dry skin, you may want to use a thicker face cream to get your nourishment. On the other hand, lightweight moisturizers are the perfect match for oily skin. If you are a combo type, you may need to apply two separate moisturizers to your oily and dry areas. Finding the right moisturizer will provide your skin type with its specific needs. It is also important to consider a water-based moisturizer, which is formulated with hyaluronic acid and aloe water to help provide long-lasting hydration. 

Pamper your skin with a face mask: speaking of getting more hydration, face masks make it - Oh so easy! They are a great treat for your skin, forcefully introducing the hydrating ingredients into the skin, for the much needed long-lasting hydration. 


Mid-day Purvari spray boost: applying Purvari's rosewater face mist is a direct way to impact your skin, giving it instant relief.  It will also help you control oily skin, soothe, refresh, and give a natural glow to your skin. 


Skip the long steamy showers: even if a toasty hot shower feels incredible, it can strip your skin of moisture, leaving you feeling dry. Instead, rinse off in lukewarm water – and apply moisturizer when your skin is still wet post-shower. Trust us, your skin will thank you!


Eat your water: eating water-rich fruits and vegetables will keep your skin hydrated as it also delivers beneficial nutrients. The water in them is perfectly filtered natural water that steadily hydrates your body and skin. Some of the water-rich fruits and vegetables include watermelon, cucumbers, apples, pears, celery, carrots, melon - any choice is good!


Step up the omega-3 fatty acids: often overlooked, essential fatty acids cannot be made by the body, so we need to obtain them through diet. They play a major role in keeping the moisture in your skin. Having enough omega-3 essential fatty acids in your body keeps your skin hydrated and prevents it from drying and flaking. 

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