This is what alcohol can do to your skin This is what alcohol can do to your skin

This is what alcohol can do to your skin

We all love glowy skin, but what you might not know is what you eat and drink has a direct impact on your skin, and no matter how many serums and lotions you apply to your skin if your diet is disorganized, your skin will end up looking dull. And if cocktails are your skin, you might want to know their effect on your skin. 

 This is what alcohol can do to your skin

 Most of us enjoy a drink once in a while, or sometimes a little more often than that. While drinking a glass of wine could help your heart health, there are very downsides to drinking alcohol regularly. 

In short, alcohol is super aggressive for your skin, and if you want to prevent premature gaining, quitting alcohol is one of the best decisions you can take. 

Glowy skin also comes from the foods and drinks you choose.  

Effects of alcohol on your skin


Having only two drinks a day can alter your system. Alcohol takes the water out of your skin and it makes your skin more saggy and prone to fine lines and wrinkles. Constant dehydration can destroy the collagen in your skin cells 


Alcohol can also cause inflammation in the tissues. Systemic inflammation to the skin creates redness and if you continue drinking that redness will not go away.

What to do to reverse the effects of alcohol


If you gave in and drunk alcohol, the best thing you can do, is to drink lots of water. But it depends on how much damage you have done, if you've been drinking for a long time, it is impossible to restore the collagen in your skin. 

If you are going to drink, be wise

Different types of liquor can have different effects to your body. As a rule of thumb, the clearer, the better. That is to say, vodka, gin, and tequila are easier to remove from your system

You should also reduce the number of days you choose to drink, minimize your alcohol consumption once or twice a week, and make sure you drink water while you drink alcohol, this will help your body get rid of alcohol quicker. 

Aniela Dybiec

Aniela is a writer who loves art, makeup, and magick. She is also an amateur illustrator, a wellness fan and a vegetarian.+ info

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