Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Keeping Your Skin Hydrated This Fall Is Important


The largest organ in the body is the skin. It’s the shield that our skeleton, organs, and muscles has against the outside world and it does an amazing job at protecting us. Over half of the human body is made of water, and our skin is what helps us stay moisturized and holds most of that water. While your skin is making sure that your organs are protected, you need to make sure to keep your skin hydrated and protect it from any harsh environments. Fall and winter are times when drier air and colder temperatures can make it difficult to keep your skin hydrated so it's important to evaluate your water drinking habits and other lifestyle habits that could be affecting your skin.