It can lead to skin inflammation, premature ageing and could lead to dry skin.
1. If you have acne prone skin, gluten can aggravate the problem even further. The reason? Well, gluten is an inflammatory food, why can lead to skin reactions ans worsen your breakouts. Moreover, gluten is known to raise your insulin levels—something that makes your skin problem worse, especially something like acne. So if you’ve been noticing that you’re breaking our too often, it’s about time you cut down on gluten to help your skin clear up.
2. Do you miss that youthful glow you once had? Well, the reason your skin is turning dull ans ageing faster than it should, could actually be due to the consumption of gluten-induced foods like wheat. Gluten plays a major role in affecting your collagen levels in the body. You see, wheat turns into sugar much faster than anything else in the body. Along with increasing your insulin levels, this process has a direct impact on your collagen levels. When your collagen levels deplete, your lose the protein the keeps your skin supple and taut. In the absence of that, you start noticing fine lines, crow’s feet and wrinkles on your skin.
3. One of the biggest ways in which gluten affects you is by impacting your body’s ability to absorb nutrients like Vitamin A and E, both of which are crucial to your skin as they are the reason why your skin feels supple and hydrated at all times. Moreover, your intestines find it rather difficult to process gluten as result of which you suffer from digestive disorders, which yet again lead to skin problems.
Due to the setbacks mentioned above, we strictly follow a gluten-free formulation policy, which is modern and Ayurvedic. It’s skincare friendly, to make sure our customers are not exposed to ingredients that might harm their skin, health and wellness. ♥️