Hydration: Summer more than ever

 

The words in summer are sunny, hot and … afa !! The long-awaited season of the swimsuit is a little less loved by those who have to spend the hottest months of the year in the city. Whether you are at sea, in the countryside or in the city, however, it is imperative for proper and careful hydration.

Often common sense suggests attention that seems obvious, but which are not at all, how to check that the supply of water in our nutrition is appropriate to the climatic conditions.

The first rule is to take about a liter and a half of liquids daily, preferring water to sugary drinks. It is essential to properly reintegrate the mineral salts that the body consumes most with the increase in sweating and perspiration.

Sweating and breathing lead to an increase in fluid loss which must necessarily be integrated.

Beyond the water, mineral salts and water-soluble vitamins are also lost, so besides drinking more water, it is advisable to consume moisturizing foods rich in minerals and vitamins, especially fruits and vegetables.

If we consider that our body is composed of about 70% water, having proper hydration not only contributes to improving our general well-being, but it helps to eliminate excess toxins, to make the skin smoother and give it tonicity and turgor to the tissues.

 

 

 

Among the most popular and recommended products in summer for skin care is surely hyaluronic acid. Naturally occurring in the body, hyaluronic acid is also known as a “natural hydration factor”, it plays a crucial role in regulating tissue hydration, given the excellent ability of the water retention molecule.

You will not be able to miss our organic hyaluronic acid serum in your beauty case.

Hyaluronic acid is extracted from an ancient mushroom (tremella fuciformis sporocarp) which grows only in the most mountainous area of Fujian in China and Taiwan.

Hyaluronic acid is one of the principle polysaccharide components of the skin and much of the human body.

Through its influence on many connectors and receptors, it participates in many of the body’s cellular functions, and has specific restructuring and regenerative properties, directly influencing the synthesis of collagen, leaving the skin more elastic and compact.