Do You Have 'Wine Face'? These Are The Visible Traits

If you are intolerant to alcohol, your face may be showing it

Amy Wine

Oh great. Not only did we put on ten tonnes of weight over Christmas, but now we're worried we have 'Wine Face'?!  

If you consumed a little more grape than usual over the festive period - it may literally be written all over your face. 

Yep, experts have long made direct links between the digestive system and the skin, and if you have an intolerance to alcohol, your face says it all. 

Naturopath and skincare specialist Nigma Talib created a series of illustrations to show the signs and symptoms of an intolerance. 

Dairy Gluten Face

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The characteristics of Wine Face, as told to Cosmopolitan, are 'pronounced lines or redness between the eyes, droopy eyelids, enlarged pores, dehydrated skin with feathery lines across cheeks, reddish cheeks and nose, deep nasolabial folds'. 

Wow, stunning. Just in case you need a visual: 

Wine Face

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We imagine right now you're wondering WHYYYYYYYY? 

Well, alcohol is dehydrating so lines and wrinkles will worsen, and the area between your eyes is related to the liver according to the popular Face Mapping concept.

Dry January anyone? 

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