The magic elixir of wellness, beauty and health is water. All ingenious is simple. Water is involved in all processes of our body, so it is not surprising that its quality and sufficient quantity influence our appearance and health. Regular consumption of fresh water is extremely important for our health and beauty.


  1. It helps to lose weight.

Researches, which were held in 2003 and 2007 in Germany, showed that water activates the process of burning calories in the body and metabolism by 20-30% within 30 minutes after consumption. Scientists advise to take it into account and include water in programs for weight loss. Hunger occurs when the stomach is empty, so a glass of water helps to decrease appetite.

  1. It is useful for the skin.

10% of consumed water goes through the pores. So the quality of water we drink is very important. To make the skin elastic, you can perform a simple procedure. Soak a towel in hot water and apply it to the face for a minute, after that rinse your face with cleansing tonic, then rinse the tonic with cold water. Use only filtered water.

  1. Water makes hair shiny.

Hairdressers recommend rinsing hair with cold water after taking a bath or shower, as under the influence of low temperature cuticle scales of hair become smoother. That makes your hair more shiny, silky and manageable.

  1. Water helps to keep fit.

Cold water conditioning and water sports help us to be in a good shape all year round. Scientists say that we have to make 12 times more efforts to make any movement in the water, than on land. So, pool exercises are very effective for the formation of muscles. In addition, water can give the effect of anti-cellulite massage.

  1. It is vital for our body.

University of California studies showed that those who drink more than five glasses of water a day, have 41% lower risk of heart attack. Moreover, drinking water reduces the risk of colon cancer and bladder. And of course do not forget about the role of water in the digestive processes. Want to feel good - do not let dehydration!

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