Pale complexion? Sudden breakouts? Learn what causes common skin concerns -- and what to do (10 Photos)
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Droopiness can signal dehydration, explains Dr. Day, and there's an easy way to check if you have a problem. "Pinch your skin,” she says. "If it doesn’t bounce back quickly, you may not be getting enough water.” Proper hydration naturally plumps skin cells to prevent sagging -- so not sipping enough water can cause drooping, she says. Other signs of dehydration include dry mouth and lingering fatigue. To stop the droop, make sure you’re drinking enough water. For optimal health, experts suggest eight glasses a day.
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