Alcohol & Skin
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Alcohol & Skin

Alcohol has little nutritional value and can lead to poor liver function, reduced immunity, hormone disruption, and cell damage. All of these issues impact the quality and appearance of your skin, which may be what you are experiencing. Because it is a diuretic, alcohol pushes water out of the body and leaves skin, dehydrated, dry and flaky. It  also has an inflammatory effect on our bodies, which can cause skin to look red and puffy. Often times people combine alcohol with sugary juices and mixers. Sugar is responsible for a process called glycaction;  the attachment of non-eliminated or non-digested sugar molecules to proteins in an abnormal way…

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