Smoking and Aging
We probably have all heard about the health risks associated with smoking. However, It came to my knowledge recently that smoking might also affect the appearance of facial skin and could result in rapid aging as well as the early development of wrinkles.
I was curious to learn more about the subject and how to best remedy a skin that has been ravaged by the effects of smoking be it first hand smoking, or second hand smoking? Are there any special considerations or treatments that you could suggest?
Obviously, quitting smoking would be a necessary essential first step in the right direction for those who do smoke. But what if smoke inhalation was unavoidable as is the case in second hand smoking?
When not just one but also many in your immediate environment smoke and would not consider quitting?
Please advise and thanks in advance for your help.