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How Does Alcohol REALLY Affect Your Skin?


Sure, sipping a cocktail on the beach or on your favorite rooftop sounds pretty much like a dream come true, but do you ever stop to think about what effects alcohol has on your skin?

Well, they are pretty similar to the effects that alcohol has on the rest of your body. It makes you dehydrated, dry, bloated, and even causes redness. When skin is dry, it’s much more likely to wrinkle and make you look older than you actually are.

According to an article on stylelist.com, “Alcohol also robs your body of Vitamin A, which is essential for cell renewal and turnover, so your skin could take on a dull gray appearance. Staying hydrated will obviously have the opposite effects: smoothing out wrinkles, leaving your skin looking bright, young, and fresh. Drinking water is the only way to combat the drying effects of alcohol, hydrating from within.”

Not only will drinking alcohol have negative effects on your skin, your hair can also be negatively affected too. Of course, we’re not telling you to give up your daily glass of wine or your nights on the town with your friends. As with everything, however, moderation is key.

Do you have other questions about how alcohol or other substances affect your skin? Give us a call at 614-515-5588 and we’ll schedule an appointment for you to come in and talk to one of our dermatologists. To stay up-to-date on everything happening at Eastside Dermatology, visit our website at www.eastsidedermatology.com.

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