Before you reach for that second cookie or pour another glass of wine, consider this: Your diet may be affecting more than your weight and health; it could be damaging your skin, too. Symptoms like Dry skin, redness, fine lines, droopy eyelids, enlarged pores, Dehydrated skin, acne and spots, dark circles, pale cheecks, wrinkles in the forehead, sagging under the eyes, thinning of the skin, puffy eyes and red cheeks are all detailed in a new book, Younger Skin Starts in the Gut, out in March 2016, from Dr. Nigma Talib, a London-based naturopathic doctor and skincare specialist.
Not only does she claim she can distinguish which foods someone overeats based on their complexion, but she's even come up with names for each not-so-healthy look, including "wine face," "dairy face," and so on.
Curious if you have one of these faces? Dr. Talib has created handy visual aids to help you figure it out.
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