"It’s because of the sodium," Moore explained. "My husband loves to have sushi in L.A. because it’s so good out there. But if I’m there for an awards show or something, I’m like, “No, I’m not doing it the night before the Golden Globes.' My face will be puffy."
What if we order our sushi with low-sodium soy sauce? "I can [see a difference]! But not everyone reacts to it that way," Moore responded.
Luckily, most of us don't have to worry about walking the red carpet with or without a puffy face so it's probably safe to continue eating as much sushi as we please. But when it comes to wearing sunscreen religiously, we'd recommend following Moore's advice.