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the tobacco in cigarettes are believed to damage the skin’s collagen

The nicotine content in cigarettes will make the skin cells lack of fluids so that the skin will become dull, dry and rough. The content of various toxins in cigarettes can reduce levels of vitamin A on the skin that serves as anti-oxidants to fight free radicals that can damage skin cells. The content of the tobacco in cigarettes are believed to damage the skin’s collagen and therefore reduces the elasticity of the skin so the skin easily wrinkled