Which Alcoholic Drink Improvise Your Skin Glow
In fact, there is a reason why you wake up dying for water after a night of party night? Probably Alcohol dehydrates your body and therefore dries out results in skin. Anything with added sugar or salt is the absolute worst thing you can drink if you’re trying to look good (read: not like a swollen shell of a human being) the next day — the sugar worsens your hangover, and the salt makes you bloated. Your best bet is to stick with clear shots, like vodka, gin or tequila (at least for the good of your skin — I can’t make any promises about your behaviour) and have a glass of water almost every drink.
Okay, Fine but which one is good:
Alcohol, in general, is bad for your skin. But there is some fantastic news — it looks like there was some truth to the old theory that a glass of red wine a day will keep you looking and feeling young. Certain antioxidants in red wine help protect against oxidative reactions, which come from sun exposure and can cause sunburns, wrinkles and even skin cancer. I guess Olivia Pope is onto something.