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Youre starting to sweat.
You're starting to sweat.
You're breaking out.
If you've ever accidentally touched your eye after eating spicy food, you know how much it can burn. Spicy ingredients, sauces, and dishes can be serious skin irritants and can also cause flare-ups in existing skin conditions.
Specifically, the side effects you may experience from eating spicy foods can increase your chances of a breakout. After a spicy meal, the body temperature rises and produces sweat, which triggers oils to be released in the skin. Dirt and bacteria get trapped by those oils, exacerbating skin conditions like acne.
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