"Smoking is dangerous to health." Who has not heard this slogan? However, according to a survey of 1,500 people who were or were addicted to this addiction, it turned out that they were much more concerned with wrinkles and yellow teeth, and far from lung cancer or heart disease.
As polls showed, people began to notice the harmful effects of smoking after about thirty years: loss of whiteness of teeth, yellow nails, bad breath and wrinkles.
Practically every third smoker received information from relatives about the state of his face. Four out of ten smokers had to spend more time caring for their face.