7 Vitamins That'll Make You Look Younger
These anti-aging skin care tips will help you eat and drink years off
Okay, okay water may not be a vitamin per se. And while we've all heard a thousand times that it's important to drink water (and plenty of it), Bauer reminds us that it's critical for our skin's health and beauty. The more water you drink the better your organs function, including your largest organ -- your skin. Water keeps your cells well hydrated, which can give your skin a plumper, fuller, firmer and an overall more youthful appearance.
Where it's found:
Besides your tap, you can also eat some of your water by consuming produce like:
(Incidentally, you'll get more bang for your bite with some of these fruits and veggies since they also contain Beta-carotene and Vitamin C.)
How much you need:
There are varying debates about how much water we really need, but Bauer says, "Let your thirst be your guide." She says to always opt for water over sugary iced teas and sodas since there is a correlation between sugar intake and breakouts.