Study compared twins pictures which show the ravages of snuff
American Society of Plastic Surgery drew up a study which revealed the damage of snuff in the face over time, such as pronounced wrinkles and spots on the skin.
To achieve these results, experts compared 79 pairs of twins, of which 57 were women.
The specialist took pictures of these brothers, one of whom is addicted to snuff and the other doesn’t. The differences are significant, which smoke have wrinkles that may be associated with the suction of the cigarette and inhaling the smoke.
Smokers have differences in the skin of the upper eyelid, lower eyelid bags, smoker line on the upper lip, as in the lower lip, among others.
The most noticeable differences are evident among those individuals in the sample who smoked for at least five years.