We all know smoking is bad for our health…So Compare the twin that smokes with the one that doesn't if you don't believe us.
Thu, 31 Oct 2013 12:21:04 GMT
The twin on the right is a smoker; the twin on the left is a nonsmoker. Note greater creases around the nose and mouth on the smoker.
The serious health concerns associated with smoking cigarettes have been widely documented for many years, but now a new study has provided shocking photographic evidence of the devastating effects that addiction can have on a person’s face.
Researchers interviewed more than 70 pairs of identical twins where one smoked and the other didn’t and found that smokers showed considerably more signs of premature facial aging.
The most significant impact was on the lower two-thirds of a person’s face where smoking had caused greater wrinkling of the lips and sagging jowls.
The twin on the left has smoked 17 years longer than the twin on the right. Note the differences in lower lid bags and upper and lower lip wrinkles
Both these twins have smoked, but the twin on the right smoked 14 years longer than his brother
The twin on the left is a nonsmoker, while the twin on the right smoked for 29 years. Note the differences in periorbital aging
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