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Does Smoking Affect My Skin? - Dr. Butterwick (VIDEO)

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Dr. Butterwick explains if a woman's skin would look healthier if she didn't smoke.

Dr. Butterwick:
Definitely, smoking is bad for the skin. The actual smoke can injure the skin, injure the repair mechanisms, and I can look at someone and see and just tell by the skin if they are smokers. They get sallow, and they get particularly that vertical lines around the lips from pursing the lips constantly, so stop smoking. I mean, of course it is bad for the body, but it really wreaks havoc on the skin as well.

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