Ever notice how smokers tend to develop wrinkles and older looking skin before non-smokers? Did you ever wonder why or even make the link between the cigarette and the wrinkles? Did you ever wonder if that smoke was affecting you and your skin? Well the connection between second hand smoke and health issues like cancer has already been made, but Clinique Laboratories reported that there was also a definite connection between the smoke from someone else's cigarette and the dry, course, wrinkled skin sometimes called smoker's skin. (Hall, 2007). According to Clinique smoke triggers oxidation allowing oxygen based free-radicals (agents known to age the skin) to attack the skin cells. This results in the damaging of the skin cells in a way that inhibits cells from reparing DNA and connective fibres which in turn leads to wrinkles, lines, and skin discoloration. (Hall, 2007). The point? Every time you smoke or sit next to a smoker you are not only breathing in toxins that can cause cancer and other health complications. You're also damaging you skin and putting yourself at increased risk premature skin ageing. Too bad ageing isn't the only skin condition associated with smoking either. Poor wound recovery, psoriasis, and skin cancer can also result from both smoking and inhaling someone else's cigarette smoke.If you live with a smoker, or are around people that smoke often you are serving a huge injustice to your skin. Even skin wholly and completely protected from the sun was proven to be affected by the influence of cigarette smoke..
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