Water is essential for life. From the time that primeval species ventured from the oceans to live on land, a major key to survival has been prevention of dehydration.
There is this intense obsession with skincare going on, but this care is mostly directed at the skin on our faces. The skin is the largest organ of the human body and while the face, of course, is probably the most visible and noticed part of our skin, it’s important to remember to take good care of your skin all over.
The official last day of summer for 2019 is September 23 and you may be noticing that your skin is reacting differently to your current skin care routine. Honestly, you probably did everything in your routine perfectly, it’s just the products you’ve been using aren’t keeping up with the demands of the weather changes.
You might have an extensive routine for your face, but it’s important not to neglect the rest of your body. It’s understandable why you would make your face a priority - since it’s the first thing people will see, but skin care should mean your whole body.