The ONE Product That Will Greatly Improve Your..."Beauty"


It's Incredible...It's Economical (Cheap)...and It Is Absolutely Essential And More Often Than Not -- Overlooked!

WATER!  That's right!  If you could do only one thing that would help beautify everything about you, drinking more water would be that one thing.  I say that and then I will tell you that it is one of the most difficult things for me to do.

Water should be, but is not, the most popular drink in the United States.  Soft drinks are! We would be a much healthier society if water was our most popular drink.  There are so many reasons why we should push ourselves (and those we love) to drink more of it..and drink it more often.

The human body is made up of about two-thirds water, and thus is essentially involved in every function therein.  It is necessary for digestion, circulation absorption of nutrients, utilization of water soluble vitamins, it is needed to effectively maintain the proper body temperature, it is crucial for bowel function...and the list goes on and on. 

Beauty does start In a glass...a glass filled with good clean water that is .   I said that drinking water is difficult for me.  For the last three years drinking more water has been my New Year's Resolution.  I get busy during the day and I just don't think to pick up a glass of water and drink it.  However, my skin never lies and I can always tell by looking in the mirror that I have neglected that habit (or non-habit).  My skin starts to look old and tired.  My skin starts to look withered.  I lose that glow in my eyes.  My hair becomes more brittle looking and dry.  My nails start to break more easily.

You see, from a beauty perspective it's like looking at an old sponge that has been without water for a while.  It is dry and often flaky looking.   But add water to it and it plumps up and looks fresh again.  Your skin is the sponge and it is just waiting to soak up some H2O. 

Not only does water help your skin to look better, plumper, and diminishes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, water is one of the absolute best exfoliants.  Enzymes, once activated in the skin, are responsible for breaking down the protein fibers in dead skin cells.  Do you know what activates the enzymes...Yep - Water!  Water is the very best nutrient that aids in the exfoliation of dead, dry, lifeless skin.  Get rid of that old skin and your new fresh skin looks more vibrant, healthy and youthful.  Just stand in the shower sometime, with the water pouring down on your face and start rubbing the skin on your forehead, cheeks and chin.  You will feel the dead skin as it sloughs off.  I'm telling you....

But also drinking more water aids in that same exfoliation process.  The more hydrated cells push the older cells to the surface so that they can be washed away.  If your body is dehydrated, then your skin is definitely dehydrated.  If you skin is dehydrated then the natural exfoliation process slows down and your skin looks more and more aged.  So by drinking more water, you are assisting the body to do its job of naturally exfoliating the dead skin cells.  DRINK MORE WATER!

Hydrating from the inside out is important, but it is also important to hydrate from the outside-in.  Your skin cells don't just absorb and utilize water from within...they also absorb water externally.  And water, because it is absorbed so well, is the best thing to use as a transporter of beauty product.  Lotions or creams of any kind are more well received within the skin if the skin is damp.  The concept is quite simple. If you imagine your skin as a sponge, it is easier to grasp the concept.

Apply your moisturizers and beauty products to damp skin for better utilization.


Take a dry sponge for instance. It does not absorb much liquid. Its surprising, but its true. Try it and see if you don’t believe me. However, a damp (not wet) sponge will absorb and retain liquids better. Apply this concept to your skin.  Dry skin will absorb skincare products, but it takes longer while damp skin will absorb much more quickly. If you use any type of skin care products: day creams, night creams, eye creams, etc., you will notice that if you start using them on dampened skin, the benefits shown are more obvious.  Remember Damp does not mean dripping means damp!

By drinking an adequate amount of water each day, you can ensure that your body has what it needs to maintain good health and good healthy beautiful skin.  Put your best skin forward...drink more water.




I told you that I was not good about drinking all of the water I need to be drinking on any given day.  So I have ordered a "tool" that I think will help me.  I have not yet received it, but I am excited about its arrival and in putting it to the test.  It is the Ulla - Smart Hydration Coach. Check it out at:

Maybe this will help me keep my resolutions to drink more water.  I hope so anyway!



The Beauty Of Water...

  • It makes your skin glow and look more plump (less little lines)
  • It makes your nails grow stronger
  • It fights aging - helps maintain elasticity and suppleness
  • It helps to cure sunburned skin
  • It helps to clear acne...washes away toxins and bacteria
  • Because hair is 1/4 water, it helps to reduce hair loss and maintain healthy beautiful hair.
If you are not drinking enough water, then you brain takes over and decides what part of your body gets the water that you are drinking.  the brain will send the hydration to your body's major organs, as well it should, and your skin, hair, nails, etc will suffer.

If you are not drinking enough water, then you brain takes over and decides what part of your body gets the water that you are drinking.  the brain will send the hydration to your body's major organs, as well it should, and your skin, hair, nails, etc will suffer.


Blessing To You All!

Cathy Budjenska

...but whoever drinks the water I give them will never thirst. Indeed, the water I give them will become in them a spring of water welling up to eternal life."
                                                                                                             John 4:14
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