Dr Doris Day
Dr Doris Day suggested exercising daily. She said “I would recommend people having skin issues to exercise daily. Doing so will not only help in physical and mental health problems but also enhance blood circulation to skin. Recently, one of my patients who attended rehab recently asked for a cure for his skin issues. He was using Meth. With some supplements, intake of non-alcoholic alternatives and proper exercise, his skin started improving within two weeks“.
Dr. Sarkar emphasizes on having a consistent skincare routine. She said, “If it wasn’t obvious, we are passionate about skincare, so if you don’t already have a nightly skin care routine in place, it’s time to establish one. This is true whether or not you have the skin of an alcoholic. To rid your face of any bacteria and to calm and hydrate it, be sure to wash and moisturize it. This may not only undo previous harm, but also stop it”.
Dr Tanya Kormeili MD
Dr Tanya suggestd using supplements. She said, “My latest findings reveal that Alcohol consumption can affect vitamin A in your body, which is necessary for cell growth. You can promote cell regeneration that has been stifled by alcohol usage by taking this supplement every day. You can also take supplements like biotin that are designed to maintain the health of your skin, hair, and nails. Vitamins B1, B6, B2, B3, C, E, and Omega 3 are other supplements that can aid in repairing alcohol-related skin damage”.
Dr. Corey L. Hartman
Dr. Corey suggests keeping your skin hydrated. She shared a useful tip to do so, “Use Silk pillowcases while sleeping as they are more hydrating for your skin than cotton pillowcases since they don’t absorb as much moisture. When you move during sleep, your skin glides over the satin rather than pulling and tugging at the fabric, which can lead to wrinkles because satin is smoother than cotton”.
Dr. Ophelia Veraitch
Dr. Ophelia suggests focusing on your diet. She added that your skin can heal and recover from the inside out if you consistently eat a clean diet rich in nutritious foods and good fats. Your diet has a huge impact on the health of your skin; consuming foods that are good for your body will assist in getting rid of any unwelcome and unhealthy conditions on your skin.
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