Is alcohol consumption good for skin health?
Hello, I am 30 years old. I have light complexion. I am very conscious about my skin health. I don't eat any junk food for that reason. My friend advised me to start drinking. It may help in glowing my skin. Is it true? Please advise if alcohol consumption is good for skin health or not?
@bipasha There are so many health benefits of not drinking alcohol, but we understand that not everyone wants to stop drinking alcohol completely. That being said, if you’re consuming alcohol frequently, chances are you’re not getting the sleep you need either, which can leave you with dark circles under the eyes and a whole plethora of other skin issues. From dullness and enlarged pores, to blotchiness, increased redness and puffiness – we’ve explored how breaking down alcohol in the body can trigger these skin side effects. Plus the drinks you need to steer clear of if you’re keen to beat boozy breakouts. Alcohol is known to dehydrate the skin, depriving it of the moisture and nutrients it needs to keep our complexion looking radiant, supple and youthful. Alcohol removes the fluid in the skin which can increase the appearance of wrinkles, dryness and sagging skin. As alcohol is a diuretic, it means that it actively draws water away from the body, significantly lowering the body’s water level, therefore causing dehydration. Dehydrated skin can look dry and unhealthy, both in the colour of the skin as well as the texture