But it's not all bad news, to be clear. Erica Drewry, CEDRD, RDN, LD, owner of Aligned Nutrition, explains: "Coffee isn't bad for you; just listen to your body and pay attention to how coffee affects you, especially during stressful times in life."
Drewry urges you to stay hydrated and to cut back if coffee begins to take a toll on your sleep. If you're not getting quality shuteye, you shouldn't drink more than a cup or two a day. Like most things in life, it's all about moderation.
So with this in mind, we wanted to know about coffee's effects on one specific body part: our skin, since we're always wondering what to take, eat, and avoid to get good skin here at THE/THIRTY. Here's what we found.