Does smoking affect ageing your face

Smoking is injurious to health, yes. But Is it also making you look old. Yes. if you need another reason to quit smoking, add premature wrinkles to the list. Smoking can speed up the normal aging process of your skin, contributing to wrinkles and other changes to the appearance of your face.

Earlier smoking was done by adult people and hence it was getting noticed because their faces were getting aged anyways. But due to the recent decades as teenage smoking has become a very common activity, it is being noticed that plenty of students and teenagers are facing problems like wrinkles and scars on their faces. Darker formation of pigments and accumulation of smoke in the facial hair and skin. All these harm your skin

BUT IS THERE ANY WAY TO SOLVE THIS?

Unfortunately, what’s done is done. You won’t be able to reverse all those effects but there are ways to slow the process of your skin aging to a minimum.

The ways to do it are listed here and also on many of the articles we published here on homegrown labels.

#1) NUTRITION

 Eating healthy can never hurt, taking a lot of vitamins, minerals and omega 3    essential oils can always benefit your skin and body.

#2) Moisturize

  I can’t stress this enough people, moisturize, moisturize and moisturize.

#3) scrubs

Using face wash products that have scrubbing and anti-pollution pigments in them is good for your facial skin if you are a smoker especially.

Will my skin look better if I quit smoking?

Quitting smoking can improve your appearance. As blood flow gets better, your skin receives more oxygen and nutrients. This can help you develop a healthier complexion.