If you’re a smoker, you’ve undoubtedly noticed the toll it takes on your skin. Whether you’ve stopped smoking or are a current smoker, we can help minimize the effects of both the act of smoking itself and the chemicals inside cigarettes.
The problem: Inhalation lines around your mouth
Smoking causes wrinkles around your mouth caused by the repetitive motion of taking a drag, so you need to take special care of your entire mouth area.
The solution: Hydrating Watermelon Lip Masks
Our lip masks wage war against fine lines. Watermelon helps fight free radicals (which is important when exposing yourself to excess carcinogens). Plus, Vitamins A and C can help strengthen your natural collagen and elastin, helping your skin bounce back from the sucking motion of smoking.
The problem: Premature skin aging
Nicotine causes the blood vessels in your skin to narrow, which means not enough oxygen gets to your skin. That means you’re not getting enough nutrients to your skin. Plus, the chemicals in tobacco also damage collagen and elastin.
The solution: Micro-Hole Hydrogel Collagen Face Mask
Combat all those chemicals with raspberry ketones and aloe vera. Amino acid-rich collagen will help restore plumpness to your skin while rose extract will add much-needed moisture and luminosity to your skin.
The problem: Wrinkles around your eyes
Squinting against the smoke caused by cigarettes contributes to crow’s feet.
The solution: Hydrating Blueberry Hydrogel Eye Patches
Caffeine helps dilate the blood vessels, increasing blood flow and nutrients to the eye area. Collagen plumps and hydrates your eye area while niacinamide brightens dark circles. Plus, lemon, grapefruit, orange, kiwi, apple, and grapes fight free radicals. Pop these in the fridge for extra puff reduction.
Smoking isn’t a great habit, but its effects can be combated with the proper skincare.