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Smoking and Wrinkles

Smoking Can Cause Wrinkles.

 

The 4,000 Chemicals in Cigarettes Are to Blame.

 

Smoking causes wrinkles around the mouth but also all over your face and body. It is a surefire way to make yourself look a lot older a lot faster.

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Smoking changes the skin, teeth, and hair and can add years to your looks. The 4,000-plus chemicals in tobacco smoke trigger the destruction of collagen and elastin which is what gives your skin its strength and elasticity. Smoking – and this includes even secondhand smoke – causes sagging skin and deeper wrinkles.

The adverse effects of smoking start even on young women. Smoking depraves the skin of oxygen and nutrients, causing some women to appear pale, while others develop uneven skin tone and eventually age spots.

Crow’s Feet

Crow’s feet develop earlier and go deeper among smokers. It’s the one-two punch that comes from the internal damage to your skin structure and squinting to keep smoking out of your eyes.

Sagging Breasts

Researchers have identified smoking as a top cause of sagging breasts. That’s because smoking not only causes wrinkles on your face, it causes the skin in your inner arms and breasts to sag as the skin loses its elasticity.

For more information on how smoking affects women’s health, looks and life, see WebMD: http://www.webmd.com/smoking-cessation/ss/slideshow-ways-smoking-affects-looks

The Alternative: Vaping An E-Cigarette!

Fortunately, there's now a solution for women smokers: they can switch to the e-cigarette. The e-cigarette is 99 percent safer than traditional cigarettes, because it only contains four main ingredients

 

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