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These products have the most negative effect on the skin.

The list includes food that provokes rashes, inflammations and premature wrinkles.
Representatives of science managed to find out which products have the most negative effect on the skin. The list includes food that provokes rashes, inflammation and premature wrinkles. 

First place in the list is sugar . It is part of many foods and due to the content of simple carbohydrates negatively affects the cells of the epidermis. As a result, the skin begins to produce collagen in insufficient quantities. Because of this, it loses its elasticity and becomes loose. 

In the second place on the list is spicy and spicy food that enhances the work of the sebaceous glands. In this case, the skin becomes oily, especially in the morning, and prone to rashes and inflammation. 

Third place is alcohol, which causes a shortage of vitamin E and C. Without a sufficient amount of these components, the skin is hard to produce collagen. In addition, alcohol dilates blood vessels, as a result of which red spots can appear on the skin. 

In fourth place is fatty food , causing water imbalance. In this case, the skin loses its beneficial components and becomes wrinkled, losing its elasticity. 

Next on the list are salted foods . They hold water in the body for a long time, resulting in puffiness, bags under the eyes and rashes. 

Closes the list of fresh milk. It stimulates the sebaceous glands, so the skin becomes oily and inflamed. However, dairy products improve the functioning of the gastrointestinal tract and have a beneficial effect on the skin.
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