Smokers Beware!

Smokers Beware!

 In Botox | Westchester | Greenwich | Armonk, Dysport, Facial Fillers, Smoker liners, Wrinkles reduction
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University and University Hospital, Cleveland identified components of facial aging secondary to smoking. The study was done on 79 pairs of twins, in which only one twin smoked or one twin smoked five years longer than the other twin.
The twins who smoked had statistically significant looser upper lid skin, lower lid bags, malar bags (in the cheek region), deeper nasolabial folds, upper lid wrinkles, lower lip wrinkles and jowls.
Hyper pigmentation of lower lids and malar bags are very common features in a smoker’s face.
This study finally confirmed in a scientific manner aging changes as a result of smoking.
Our recommendation to all of you if you want to maintain a youthful appearance and stay healthy STOP SMOKING!
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Anca Tchelebi-Moscatello, M.D. became interested in beauty, aesthetics, and anti-aging therapies while in her teens. Dr. Tchelebi-Moscatello began her career studying medicine in Bucharest before going on to complete her residency in Radiation Oncology and received her Board Certification in New York City. As a cancer specialist, Dr. Tchelebi-Moscatello quickly realized the importance of prevention in protecting the body from the ravages of sunlight, pollution, unhealthy eating habits, and other harmful factors. She believes in continuous learning and has dedicated her career to helping individuals regain confidence and self-esteem through state of the art cosmetic services.

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