You probably think the answer to this question is alcohol, right? Well, that is not necessarily true. A recent study shows that milk and gluten are not as good as you might have been brought up to believe. In fact, they sometimes have such ill effects on your body that it reflects in our skin.
Many skin problems go undiagnosed because we don’t know that these three could be causing the problem.
According to studies, milk is difficult to digest by the adult human body. And it contains several animal hormones that are not good for us. These hormones produce widespread cystic acne and blackheads that’re very hard to cure by topical medication. If you suffer from such hormonal acne or acne-prone skin, try excluding milk from your diet.
Alcohol causes dehydration, which harms the skin. It also increases blood flow by drawing all the heat to the surface of the skin, which causes puffiness and redness. It might give you a glow for a while, but the next day, it makes the skin dull by draining it out. If you suffer from puffy eyes and rosacea, alcohol will aggravate it. Moreover, those who have dry, sensitive skin, booze will make it lose its elasticity, which can cause wrinkles and lines.
Bread might be a staple, but some people can’t eat it because they have gluten allergies. This reaction is caused by inflammation in the small intestine, which leads to acne formation. For people suffering from serious gluten allergies, bread can cause severe damage to their small intestine. If you have dark patches on your chin and puffy skin, you should avoid gluten.