Skin and Your Lifestyle
Skin and lifestyle are very closely related. Learn how your lifestyle can affect your skin at HowStuffWorks.
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Studies have shown that stress does, in fact, have a negative effect on your skin. Find out why and how you can help prevent it.
Alcohol can be a social icebreaker, or it can complement a delicious meal made at home. Experts have also linked moderate alcohol consumption to good heart health. But can a drink (or two or three) affect your skin?
If swimming pools leave you with dry, itchy skin, chlorine may be the culprit -- and the water in your shower may not be much better. Learn how chlorine affects your skin and how you can protect it.
No matter whether you live in a climate that's cold and dry or hot and humid, the elements can take a toll on your skin. Find out what you can do to protect yourself.
People in most cities are probably aware of the dangers of breathing smog, but the pollutants can also affect the skin. Find out what diseases and skin problems are linked to smog.
Most people are aware of the major negative health issues associated with smoking, including lung cancer and heart problems. But the visible effects of smoking don't always get the most attention. What can 10 cigarettes a day do to your skin?
A recent study of U.S. college students found that women with four or more tattoos had higher self-esteem than female participants with fewer or no tattoos. Who knew?
By John Donovan
About 50 percent of those who get tattoos later regret them. Find out how laser tattoo removal techniques are helping people of all ages rid themselves of something that they no longer want on their bodies.
Not too long ago, tattoos were taboo in Western culture. But today, people of all ages and walks of life are sporting permanent ink.