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Some Facts about Alcohol: What it does to the Skin

Alcohol is a social status symbol these days. People love drinking alcohol and they'll do anything to get it at any cost. But, the side effects of drinking too much can be very damaging for your skin! In this blog post, we will discuss 11 fast facts about alcohol that will help you understand what it does to the skin and how you can avoid its negative effects on your body.

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Harmful Effects of Alcohol

Alcohol is a diuretic and causes excessive water loss in the body. This leads to water level fall in the body which can cause dryness, itchy skin or lead you to feel tired when drinking too much alcohol! The more often we drink on an empty stomach (especially with no food), our bodies will show signs of stress because they are not getting enough nutrients from what nutrition sources have been consumed earlier during meals.- Drinking excess amounts may disrupt hormone levels like estrogen, testosterone, and cortisol which has disastrous effects on your mental health as well such if affects moods even leading people towards developing depression; this could also affect hair growth rates causing premature gray locks.

Some diseases and effects of alcohol on our body

  • Alcohol can increase the production of oil on the skin, causing acne and blackheads.
  • Acne is caused by bacteria that are present in hair follicles and sebum (a natural oily substance). It’s usually a result of clogged pores or excess oils on the skin surface, which leads to inflammation and pimples.
  • Drinking alcohol excessively can lead to premature aging due to damage to collagen fibers, which give your skin its elasticity and smooth appearance
  • If you drink too much alcohol over an extended period of time it can cause liver disease - this will also affect your skin as it breaks down protein essential for healthy cells.
The liver is the largest internal organ in your body – it’s responsible for breaking down fatty substances, managing cholesterol levels, and removing toxins from throughout. Without a healthy or functioning one, you could be at risk of developing cirrhosis which can have serious consequences on skin appearance as well!
This includes jaundice (yellowing), excessive bleeding due to blood-thinning caused by alcohol consumption – including nose bleeds- eczema flares up with nonstop scratching also known as “drunken monkey syndrome.” Your face will start looking older too because dehydrated cells are more prone to wrinkling when exposed repeatedly over time without adequate hydration*. Not drinking enough water may lead to an increased level of dark circles under the eyes especially


Some Facts about Alcohol: What it does to the Skin



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