The effect of smoking and age-related changes in identical twins

The effect of smoking and age-related changes in identical twins

Ultimately, the analysis of portraits has a long-standing theory that smokers age faster than non-smokers. According to Dr. Bahman Guyuron from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland: “Smoking reduces the collagen formation and leads to its destruction, and also reduces circulation in the skin. In addition, the nicotine thins the skin. This leads to a reduction of skin elasticity and premature aging”.the woman on the left smoked 17 years longer than her twin sister on the right. Note the differences in the wrinkles around the upper and lower lip.the woman-the twin on the left does not smoke, and her sister on the right smoked for 29 years. Note the differences in the aging periorbital region.the woman on the left Smoking. Notice differences in nasolabial folds.In this photo, the twin on the right smoked 14 years longer than his brother.

identicaltwinstudy1
identicaltwinstudy1

identicaltwinstudy2
identicaltwinstudy2

identicaltwinstudy3
identicaltwinstudy3

identicaltwinstudy4
identicaltwinstudy4