Does Cutting Out Sugar And Alcohol Really Help Your Skin?
5 days ago - By Health & Lifestyle
When it comes to gorgeous skin, one of the most popular pieces of advice is to eliminate sugar and alcohol from your diet. Celebrities have attributed their beautiful, eternally youthful-looking skin to avoiding both. While they also have the money to invest in many other skincare treatments, we wanted to know if cutting out sugar and alcohol really is a shortcut to glowing skin. So, we asked two dermatologists for their expert insight.
Is sugar bad for your skin?
It depends. If you're eating a lot of refined sugar‚ which is the sugar that is produced and put into foods like ice cream or...
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