There are many studies that point to the relationship between diet and overall health. It would now seem that it can also have an effect on your face.
Drinking wine can produce blemishes and visible lines between the eyebrows. Wine has a dehydrating effect that can produce droopy eyelids, enlarged pores, and dehydrated skin. There can also be noticeable wrinkles and fine line underneath the eyes as well as a reddish hue of the skin.
Dairy products can also have an effect on the face, especially if you are lactose-intolerant. It can produce swollen eyelids, pale cheeks, and widespread blemishes and acne. Some people may also notice darkness under their eyes or baggy under-eyes.
People who cannot stay away from sweets can have more wrinkles and fine lines on their foreheads. Sugar can disrupt the normal function of collagen. It can lead to the formation of cystic or pustular acne. Others will present with sagging skin under the eyes, a gaunt appearance, pasty white or dark gray hue of the skin, and skin thinning.
Gluten-lovers may also be jacking up their faces. Gluten can cause systemic inflammation. It can lead to puffy cheeks, darkened patches or blemishes on the chin, and a bloated appearance of the face.