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Given that dry skin is primarily caused by a lack of moisture and hydration in the skin, it makes sense that some of the blame therefore lies in how much water is available in the body. Dehydration is a very serious condition, and can compromise the function of countless organ systems and bodily processes. Therefore, by increasing your intake of water, your body will have ample water for every cell and system, including the body’s largest organ – the skin! Drinking 8 cups of water per day is recommended, but if you are prone to dry skin, then increase that number to 10 or 12 for best results.

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