6 Bad Habits And How To Fix The Effect On Your Skin With Skincare Treatments

6 Bad Habits And How To Fix The Effect On Your Skin With Skincare Treatments

Publicado por Jocelyn Xiang en

Everyone is guilty of having a minimum of one bad habit. Whether it is smoking, overeating, taking excess coffee, eating too much pizza, alcohol, etc., believe it or not, your skin gets hits badly. As they say, too much of everything is bad, and your skin is the platform that displays the effect of the “badness.” Even as stopping these bad habits is pertinent for skin health, you will learn some skincare treatments that will act as a temporary solution as you practice adjusting your lifestyle.


Coffee and sugar habit


Coffee is a stimulant and perfect for staying alert and kicking off a new day. But it becomes a bad idea if you cannot drink a cuppa without heaping it with sugar. There is nothing wrong with adding slight sugar occasionally, but if you cannot drink a coffee unless it tastes like honey, then you have a bad habit. 


Sugar causes the production of insulin which in turn mess up the functioning of the internal organs and disturbs collagen production. When the body lack collagen, it will show up as a loss of elasticity, wrinkles, and fine lines. Sugar weakens the immune system that aids in combating bacteria that causes acne, and that is not all, it triggers the excessive release of testosterone which enlarges the pores and hence makes the skin oily.


So, while trying to kick out sugar from your coffee, and you have started experiencing one or several of the symptoms mentioned in this article, turn to a skincare product rich in retinol. It is an end-product of vitamin A which assists in exfoliating the skin, boosting skin turnover, removing pigmentation, and unblocking pores. The skincare ingredients are confirmed to enhance the production of collagen to make your skin soft and plump.





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Excess alcoholic wine vice


So you have been bingeing on alcoholic wine for a long and don’t know how or when to quit. Well, you must try harder, and maybe if you learn how it harms your skin will motivate you to stop the habit. Anyway, alcohol is a diuretic that propels the body to release fluid/water. When the body loses too much water, it leads to dehydration, which makes the skin look dry, dull, and crackled, inflamed, tight, flaky, wrinkled with fine lines.


The inflammatory outcome of alcohol shows ups as congestion and acne on the skin. Also, since alcohol is a vasodilator, it triggers facial blood vessels expansion that causes rosacea and redness.


To combat the effect of alcohol vice on the skin, use a serum that contains ambophenol and neurosensine. Ambophenol assists in tightening blood vessels and hence lessening redness, while neurosensine aids in calming and moisturizing the skin.




Smoking is an outright bad habit, therefore taking it in any quantity is bad for you. It seizes oxygen and hence hasten the aging process, destroys elastin and collagen, reduces original vitamin A deposit triggering dilated blood vessels and damaged capillaries. The result of smoking habits shows up in the skin as wrinkles, rosacea, redness, fine lines, acne flare-ups, and hyper-discoloration of the skin.


Skin repair ingredients for smoking damaged skin; use product that contains a high concentration of AHA. Face wash with AHA is ideal. Also, look for cleansers with glycolic acid, which helps to boost texture and skin tone even as it addresses aging and fine lines.


The skin takes most of the hit from bad habits. Skin problems like acne, fine lines, and pigmentation show up on the skin as a side effect of vices and may cause fast aging.




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