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Smoking WILL Kill Your Looks: Here’s How

Quit Smoking Now Until It's Too LateIf you’re a smoker, you don’t have long before it starts. In fact, it’s probably already happening.

Your skin cells, especially in your face, will lose all their collagen and die, leading to wrinkles, cracks, and discoloration. Your lips will lose their luster and get permanently chapped. Your hair will get brittle, go prematurely gray, and fall out. Your eyes will get cataracts. Your teeth will be a mess, first turning brown and then rotting away. But you probably know about these dangers of smoking and harmful effects of smoking.

As if there weren’t enough reasons to quit smoking—all of these things will happen if you smoke long enough. There’s no getting around it. For some people it’ll be sooner, and for some it’ll later. Let’s just assume that you’re one of the “sooner” people. Does this not convince you?

Aren’t you seeing these smoking side effects already? Look in the mirror—I mean, really look in the mirror. Look closely, and be honest. See those cracks in your skin? See those bloodshot eyes? See the mottled complexion? These aren’t natural things. It’s all because of your smoking.

If you’re like most people, long-term health effects are too vague and distant to be convincing. Depending on how old you are, you could have 20-30 years before the real harmful health effects of smoking kick in.

But smoking’s negative effects on your looks come soon—as in, it’s probably already happening.Stop Smoking With Hypnotherapy

Let’s not forget that smoking doesn’t just make you look bad in these surface ways. After all, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. And these days, more and more people find the act of smoking itself to be ugly. What, you haven’t noticed the dirty looks you get when you smoke in public?

Ever try to ask a non-smoker on a date while you were smoking or had just smoked a cigarette? How did that turn out?

You probably already smell. And believe me, your sense of smell may be damaged from years of cigarettes, but non-smokers can detect a smoker from across a room. There’s no such thing as a secret smoker. It gets in your clothes, in your hair, and even in your skin. And unless you brush your teeth every time you smoke, your breath’s probably not so rosy either. It’s called third-hand smoke and it’s one of the unpleasant effects of smoking.

But you can turn things around. And you don’t have to go through the try-50-times-and-fail-50-times charade that most smokers go through before they finally quit. You can get it right the first time.

How, you might ask? Do what the Hollywood celebrities do. Really, these people know about looks, and when it comes time to quit smoking, they don’t mess around. Ask people like Matt Damon, Ellen DeGeneres, and Drew Barrymore. These are just 3 of the many, many Hollywood fashion elite who have used hypnosis to quit smoking.

People who are in the know about these things don’t waste time on those silly nicotine replacement products or prescription drugs. It’s all about getting into the subconscious mind and creating a healthy disgust for this bad habit. That’s what quit-smoking hypnotherapy does.

You can still save yourself, but you have to start your stop smoking hypnosis session now. Or else, your looks will start to go, piece by piece.

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One Response to “ Smoking WILL Kill Your Looks: Here’s How ”

  1. Electric Monkey on January 14, 2010 at 12:52 am

    I was always a little skeptical about being hypnotized. Now that most other methods failed on me it’s time I tried hypnosis.

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