Smoking is harmful to your heart, your lungs, and your skin.Puffing on cigarettes can cause premature aging, wrinkle development, scarring and pigmentation, and darkening of the lips.
Smoking can also delay wound healing, increase your chances of developing skin cancer, and dry out your skin.
By now, it’s been confirmed that smoking causes harm to your heart and your lungs. According to the Centers for Disease Control, smokers are more likely than non-smokers to develop heart disease, stroke, and lung cancer. But there’s more. Turns out, smoking impacts your skin as well.
“Smoking causes constriction of blood flow to your skin, depriving your skin of the necessary oxygen and nutrients, and also leads to harmful free radicals and pollutants that cause further damage to your skin, saidDr. Michael Kassardjian, a dermatologist in California.