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5 tips to combat the effects of alcohol on your skin 

Have you noticed your skin looks dull and dry after a boozy night out? It’s because consuming alcohol causes dehydration. And when skin is dehydrated it will lose its natural glow and elasticity, which also makes wrinkles more visible.

Aside from acting as a diuretic, alcohol can also cause inflammation and exacerbate symptoms of rosacea. It also dilates the pores which, combined with the amount of sugar present in most alcoholic drinks, can cause acne.

 The effects of alcohol on skin

  • Dull, dry skin
  • Wrinkles become more visible
  • Enlarged pores, acne
  • Puffiness, blotchiness

5 ways to combat these effects

  1. Ice it out. Applying ice on the circles under your eyes will reduce inflammation. The cold also promotes blood circulation, which will help you get some color back into your face.
  1. Rehydrate. Aside from drinking plenty of water, it’s important to cleanse your face thoroughly and apply a nourishing moisturizer. Choose one designed for sensitive skin types and make sure it is rich in antioxidants and other calming ingredients.
  1. Massage. Another way to combat inflammation is to use a roller or gua sha; they improve circulation and lymph drainage.
  1. Makeup. Use it as an immediate solution, while your skin recovers. But don’t forget this is only a temporary fix; to improve the appearance of your skin in the long term you should continue to nurture and hydrate it every day.
  1. Supplements. Including supplements in your diet is a great way to keep your skin healthy. Choose one with Vitamin A, which promotes cellular turnover and boosts collagen, and Omega 3, which helps keep inflammation under control and contains essential fatty acids. Other vitamins for healthy skin include C, E, B1, B6, B2 y B3.


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