Yes. Smoking is bad for skin. Look at a long term smoker and you will notice that smoking ages the skin and makes people look older than they are.
Smoking deprives the skin of oxygen and nutrients which means that smokers often have loose skin and deeper wrinkles.
Skin becomes saggy and wrinkled when you smoke. The lips will often have deep lines because a smoker purses their lips to suck on a the small diameter of a cigarette and this puckering of the lips combined with the effect of smoking on the skin create deep lines around the lips.
Smoking won't just make facial skin saggy; the entire body will have saggy skin and smokers often have notice droopy skin on their arms and chest area.
Smoking also damages the teeth and gums and nicotine stained gums and teeth make you look older.
Many smokers in mid-life think that smoking helps them to eat less which keeps them slim and young looking.
Being slim does make people look younger, but a slim smoker will end up looking much older.
Can you quit smoking and not put on weight? Yes. If you use a behavioral smoking cessation method like "Stepbac® from Smoking", then you will learn an easy method how you can change your smoking habits without replacing them with snacking habits.
This means that you will quit smoking but not put on weight.
Your skin will recover quickly and make you look younger and healthier.
DISCLAIMER. Individual results may vary
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