Smoking, as we know, is a formidable adversary to longevity and health. It's a culprit that claims the lives of over half of its habitual users and ages the rest prematurely. You enjoy the bliss of a smoke, only to let the toxins in the tobacco mar your skin, leaving it discoloured and prematurely wrinkled. Research from as far back as 1985, substantiated this fact by introducing the term ‘smoker’s face'.’ A group of scientists embarked on an journey to study the physical differences between smokers, ex-smokers, and non-smokers visiting an outpatient clinic. After considering factors like age and sun exposure, they discovered that almost half of all long-term smokers had deep facial lines and a coarse, weather-beaten appearance.