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Cigarettes and wrinkles

Cigarette smoking has long been recognized as a cause of wrinkles. Researchers haven?t determined exactly how this happens, but they know that tobacco smoke exposure decreases blood flow in the smaller vessels, possibly damaging connective tissue, which is the basis for the skin?s smooth appearance.…

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