The outermost layer of our body - our skin, is often a reflection of our overall health and wellness. Your complexion can tell us a lot. Skin can be pallor when we are sick, discolored when we are tired and stressed.
July marks Alcohol Awareness Month to remind us of the toll that alcohol can take on our bodies. With our skin being our largest organ, it is also susceptible to damage from overdrinking.
For most people, acne starts during puberty. When hormones are raging, it starts to affect your skin, particularly your face. For some people, this goes away when puberty comes to an end. Unfortunately for others, it does not go away. It is also common to experience acne breakouts in your adult years. Studies have shown that acne can attack at any stage of your life.