Switching To Vaping May Be The Anti-Aging Solution You’ve Been Looking For
These days it seems like everyone is looking for the latest and greatest way to wipe those years of 5am benders off their weathered husk of a face.
Everyone is already well aware of the terrible effects that smoking can have on the human body, such as a smorgasbord of cancers and cardiovascular diseases.
But if 20+ years of anti-smoking advertising and campaigning has taught us anything, people have absolutely no grasp on their own mortality, but will do some horrendous things to make sure they don’t look a day over 30.
The fastest and most dependable way to look like a melted basketball by the time you’re 35 is to smoke cigarettes. It’s factually proven that if you smoke you’ll exhibit signs of premature-aging, which is factually proven to absolutely ruin your chances of getting amazeballs Instagram photos.
Just check out these sets of twins, of which one smokes and the other doesn’t. Twins make me uncomfortable already, but this is even more unsettling:
The lady on the left has never smoked, while her stunt double on the right is a smoker.
The reason for this is that smoking sucks the collagen out of your skin, which is what keeps your skin looking youthful. A lack of collagen is what causes your skin to “age”, as it loses elasticity and you start to get that old “sallow” look. You’ll start noticing wrinkles appearing, you’ll get crows feet around your eyes.
It also restricts blood flow and reduces the oxygen level in your blood which can drain the color from your face, further adding to the effects of reduced collagen.
Smoking also makes your teeth yellow, and makes your breath and clothes stink.
Basically, smoking makes you an absolute mess of a human being.
But, switching to vaping can change all of that!
What causes all of this destruction to your pretty exterior is the thousands of harmful and carcinogenic chemicals you ingest when you puff away on the crappy tobaccy. While nicotine has also been proven to contribute to reduced blood flow (and is often found in e-cigarettes too), it’s a small amount compared to everything else in cigarettes.