Smoking Cessation: The 7 Sneaky Ways Smoking Steals a Woman's Beauty
The physical effects of this bad habit aren't limited to your internal organs -- see how smoking also destroys women's hair, skin and nails (and why you should quit)
We're not just talking about how you look while you're actually smoking, we're talking about the residual toll that smoking takes on a woman's overall beauty -- how it ravages many parts of your body on the outside in addition to doing a major number to those parts that are hidden on the inside.
Discover the seven sneaky ways smoking is stealing your beauty.
There are many ways that you can spot a smoker -- aside from that cigarette dangling from their lips and the ever-present aroma of smoke. A smoker's skin is sallow, her teeth are typically yellow and there are telltale wrinkles around her mouth. But, hey, we won't not ruin all the fun by revealing the ravages here, let's get visual and down to the nitty gritty because, let's face it, if those commercials featuring that woman with the hole in her throat haven't scared you straight into smoking cessation, maybe your vanity will -- looking good has been known to be quite the motivator.
So, what do you say? Want to see if these seven unsightly side effects can serve as an incentive to get you to kick the habit, to quit smoking right here and now? These may not come as a complete shock, but sometimes it helps to look at things in good old black and white…
The seven sneaky reasons why smoking is stealing your beauty.
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