Why Does Alcohol Abuse Turn Skin Pale?

Caucasian abusers of alcohol tend to lose color in their skin. They look pale and pallid. Does anyone know why alcohol abuse drains your face of a healthy color?

Understand The Physical Effects Of Alcohol Abuse Today

Understand The Physical Effects Of Alcohol Abuse Today

Can Alcohol Affect Your Skin?

Alcohol dehydrates your body generally, including the skin – your body’s largest organ. This happens every time you drink. Drinking too much is also thought to deprive the skin of vital vitamins and nutrients. Over time, drinking heavily can have other, more permanent, detrimental effects on your skin. Read Here….

Here’s A Video That Shows The Effects Of Alcohol Abuse On The Skin

How Does Alcohol Affect Your Hair And Skin?

Alcohol can wreck your hair In the same way that drinking alcohol desiccates your skin, it dehydrates your hair. The problem, of course, is that dry hair is weak, brittle and more prone to split ends. Excessive alcohol use can also trigger a zinc deficiency in the body, which has been shown to cause hair loss.

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  • Jeremy F January 24, 2009, 9:09 pm

    Caucasian people should maintain the normal color if anything will get reddish on the cheeks and ears… almost like a sunburn color.

    However is you pass your limit they will lose all color in the face and someone might be cleaning up some vomit soon