Are you making your skin dull?Remember when you were a teenager and having clear skin meant you just had to wash your face and avoid eating chocolate and greasy food*? If only obtaining gorgeous, vibrant skin were that simple in adulthood!
Truth: It just might be that simple.
Unless you have an underlying health issue, a dull, sallow complexion often is the result of habits or activities that trigger bad skin. Read on for six common ways you could be making your skin unhappy.
Problem: Smoking. Besides being horrible for your body, it's widely known that smoking makes your complexion look dull, dry, sometimes yellow-y, and well, old. The American Academy of Dermatology actually calls it "smoker's face."
Fix it: Get yourself on the path to kicking your smoking habit.
Problem: Alcohol. Boozy beverages dehydrate the body and steal moisture from your skin. Research shows that alcohol also depletes the body of vitamin A, leaving facial skin dry and flaky.
Fix it: Drink less alcohol and when you do drink, restore yourRead More »from Six Ways You’re Making Your Skin Dull