It could very well be doing that. One of the things we try to address with outpatients is how the food you put into your body is just as important as the products you use on your skin. Things such as milk, lots of processed foods, fried foods, and sugar affect your appearance. To have a vibrant complexion, drink enough filtered water, fresh fruits, and vegetables. We encourage out patient to monitor how many vegetables you are actually eating in a day. Many of us, end up eating a lot of quick food, such as a sandwich in the middle of a busy day. Sugar, white bread, processed luncheon meats, mayonnaise, make up a large portion of our lunches and the only real food was a small piece of lettuce.
The secret many celebrities one sees on television with really clear complexions have a lot of plants in their diet. They also drink at least 8 glasses of water a day. Green juices with cucumber, spinach, ginger have become especially popular to help us get the required amount of vegetables. Small changes can make a big difference! For example switching the sandwich for a salad at lunch, and using almond milk instead as dairy, which is found time and time again in scientific studies to be inflammatory, in the morning coffee.