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The effects of smoking on the skin

Like many parts of the body, the skin is also seriously affected by smoking. What can be said with certainty is that SMOKING will make you look older than you are.

The blood flow to the skin decreases and the skin cannot receive enough nutrients and oxygen.

It slows down the skin’s natural regeneration process.

Matte appearance on the skin causes discoloration.

Collagen damages elastin, causing premature line formation and skin sagging.

It causes lines due to excessive use of the muscles around the mouth and eyes while smoking.

There is a yellow-brown color change in the nails.

Wound healing is delayed. (For this reason, if a skin operation is to be performed, smoking should be suspended for a while.)

An increase in some types of skin cancer occurs.

It causes hair loss.

Acne also causes an increase.

It causes an increase in psoriasis.

Changes occur in the gums.