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Watch what you eat
The nutrients you consume affect you both inside and out. It’s a no brainer that your diet is directly related to the healthy functioning of your organs… and your skin is your biggest organ! A deficiency in vitamins and minerals will show up on your face, as will the consumption of refined and processed foods. The solution? Take Supplements, Eat real, wholesome foods. Fruits, veggies, whole grains, healthy proteins and fats. Foods high in vitamins C and E, like avocados, oranges, bell peppers, dark leafy greens, almonds, and sunflower seeds are especially great for the skin.
Cut back on the alcohol
Alcohol severely dehydrates the body, as it acts as a diuretic and therefore causes the body to lose water. This can easily lead to dry, flaky skin. If you plan on drinking, do so in moderation and drink twice the amount of water that you normally would to ensure that your body is getting the hydration it needs. Alcohol consumption also causes blood vessels in the face to dilate resulting in a flushed out and red complexion. Over imbibing over a long period of time can cause the blood vessels to dilate permanently, causing red, spidery veins to appear on the face.