Sure, and in the most intuitive ways. For example, if you work as a fry cook, as I did in high school, you are much more likely to get breakouts from the greasy fumes emitted by your work. If you live in a humid place, then you’re more likely to get breakouts on hot days when it’s difficult to keep your face clean and your skin balanced. Also, the things you put into your bodily “environment” certainly affect the health of your skin. Coffee, alcohol, sodium, and sugar are all known enemies of a healthy complexion. Drink lots of water to balance out these substances. And of course, if you smoke cigarettes or hangout in smoky bars, you are more likely to have skin problems from those toxic fumes.
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