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Having acne-prone skin doesn't mean having to miss out on all the fun of either celebrating or not celebrating Valentine's Day! You can still enjoy yourself and enjoy a cocktail right alongside your friends without exacerbating your acne.
You might be wondering what sort of cocktail you could sample (of course, if you are 21 years old or older and... in moderation) that won't give you sugar overload and negatively affect your skin. Try these 2 amazing cocktail recipes - your friends won't believe how healthy and skin-friendly they are!
The freshly squeezed fruit juices
in this cocktail are rich in vitamins and minerals that are readily
absorbed by the body in order to revive problem skin and even provide
additional energy. Parsley is rich in nutrients (especially iron) and
will help bring a healthy glow to your complexion. A little coconut rum
turns this healthy concoction into a drink fit for a party. Try to
choose organic fruits and vegetables when possible.
How to make it
the melon, grapes, cucumber and rum all together in a juicer* and
process. Make fresh before consuming because the nutrients are most
effective and potent at this point. Pour over ice, top with parsley and
*You may of course prefer to use a cocktail shaker rather than your juicer.
fresh juice is full of beta-carotene, the precursor of vitamin A.
Carrots help to clear spots and blemishes and help boost the skin's
resistance to UV light. Combined with pineapple, the juice will help to
stimulate digestion and regulate the metabolism. Again, try to choose
organic fruits and vegetables when possible.
the carrots, pineapple, vodka, orange liqueur, and lime juice together
in a juicer. Pour into a chilled cocktail glass, and add a pineapple
wedge on the rim. Voila! Easy, tasty, skin-friendly cocktail you and
your friends will love!
If you want to enjoy a skin-friendly cocktail this Valentine's Day
but are still worried it will exacerbate your acne, just remember that a
little alcohol in moderation is okay, and be sure to take your AcnEase to prevent any flare-ups!
With a Promise of Clear Skin,