Drink water to treat acne

Posted By: mark2012  Posted On: Jan 30th, 2012  Filed Under: Health & Natural Cures

Drinking sufficient water is of vital importance to our skin. By drinking sufficient water, it will help us to shed dead skin cells and facilitate the growth of new skin. Water has been considered to be one of the best natural remedy to treat acne scars. This is because 80% of our blood swims in water.

When the blood flows within our body, the water that the blood soaks in, helps to fight off the matters that promote the growth of acne. Moreover, water helps to carry oxygen and nutrient to our internal body, keeping our organs (skin is the body’s largest organ) healthy and able to fight acne. The benefits of water in acne prevention and treatments are numerous, but it’s important to take note that everything must be consumed in moderation and this include water as well. The general rule of thumb is to drink at least 8 glasses of plain water everyday

  1. USAclimatereporter says:

    i never knew those facts that water can help treat acne

  2. julyfer says:

    The body requires water to survive and function properly. Humans cannot live without drinking for more than a few days – depending on weather, activity levels and other factors – whereas other nutrients may be neglected for weeks or months. Although commonly it is treated rather trivially, no other nutrient is more essential or is needed in such large amounts. Total body hydration and the balance between input and output of water are under homeostatic control by mechanisms which modify excretory pathways and stimulate intake (thirst).

  3. Azalea says:

    Yes right. A person must have 6 to 7 liters of water every day. It keeps hydrated and flush out all the toxins from your body.

  4. madona8 says:

    When it comes to maintaining good skin, do you use just water? I’m 15, and have tried plenty of acne products. These past few days, I’ve been rubbing purified water into my skin, morning and night, and it seems to be working. However, my period will start in a few days, so I’m going to spot treat with salicylic acid and benzoyl peroxide (on the zit only).

    I’ve noticed many people at my school have clear skin and don’t wash their faces (girls and guys). I’m beginning to wonder if these past three years of OTC, Proactiv, and Retin-A has done more harm than help. Also, drinking plenty of water, and cutting out processed food (fast food too) helps.

    What is your take on this? Has there been any products that have cleared you up? Everyone’s skin and bodies are different. I want to see what you teens and adults use to maintain your skin.

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  5. Bame says:


    Water has included lots of variables . This is a magic amount for everyone  when you drink plenty of water . I would like to suggest we have drink Eight to eight –eight by 8 glass of water daily . The “right” amount for you depends on factors including your age, your activity level, your health level, medications you’re taking . 


  6. TheMaineMan says:

    While diet surely makes some difference, I think a lot of it is just genetics. Almost everybody in my family has acne when they are teenagers, and then it clears up in the early 20s. Some eat healthful, some do not. Some drink lots of water, some do not.
    I’ve heard that sugar is actually the worst culprit. Try cutting down on sugar?

  7. Jam Jun says:

    Apr 18th, 2011

    Water is the most important element for all living organisms to survive.Many of the living organisms like humans, plants and animals are mostly depended upon water.
    Jam Jun.

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