Five Fantastic Reasons to Stop Smoking
February 9, 2018
Ditching the ciggies isn’t only good for your insides – it can help you look great on the outside too.
Five fantastic reasons to stop smoking:
- Less Wrinkles
Smoking reduces the blood flow to your skin. Over time, this dries it out, meaning it’s more likely you’ll get wrinkles around the eyes and mouth. The good news is that the sooner you give up, the more likely it is that blood flow and collagen levels will return to normal, making your complexion clearer and your skin supple.
- White Teeth
Smoking makes your teeth turn yellow over time, due to the nicotine in cigarette smoke. By kicking the habit, you’ll soon have a picture perfect smile.
- Gorgeous Hair
There’s some evidence to suggest a link between smoking and thinning hair. One thing’s for sure, giving up won’t harm your hairdo, and it might make you smell fresher too!
- Fabulous Fingers
Smokers often get yellow nicotine stains on their fingers. Just like tooth-staining this comes from the nicotine in the tobacco. Give up for good, and yours can look fabulous again.
- Graceful Aging
Cigarettes are full of toxic chemicals that make you appear older than you really are. Just days after you give up your body will start to push these toxins out, and you can start looking as good as you feel.
Stopping smoking is the single most important thing that you can do for your health. Read more about GoSmokeFree, an evidence based stop smoking programme that is three times more likely to help you stop.
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