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"Alcoholic drinks have a high sugar content, and we know that sugar leads to inflammation in the skin," explains Chiu. "Overtime that can cause breakouts, and even start to break down healthy collagen." Point being: Regular hangovers are no good for your body or your skin. So if you need a little added incentive to pass on that last glass of eggnog, remember that doing so will not only help you feel better the next morning, but look better, too.

5 Ways to Fight a Skin Hangover, By Melanie Rud Chadwick | Dec 12, 2016, Shape

One too many glasses of bubbly can leave your skin looking less than stellar the next morning. Here, how to treat your complexion when you need to counteract the effects of a late night out.

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