If you think smoking doesn't age your face, think again. Take a look at this slideshow to see how you may eventually look if you are a smoker. If you are trying to quit and need some motivation take a look at this slideshow too.
Photo 1 of this slideshow has a pair of twins, one is a smoker and one is not. Can you guess which twin is the smoker? Click on the link above to find out.
If you are human, then you've likely run into one or more of these beauty problems - unibrow, too much facial or body hair, thinning hair on top of the head, cellulite, stinky feet, excessive sweating, and more. At one point or another a lot of women (and some men) will run into one or more of these issues.
So take a look at the slideshow and then come back and post a discussion question to Dr Colbert on the WebMD Skin and Beauty Exchange if the question has to do with beauty and aging.
Are you thinking about cosmetic surgery and wondering what to expect? Dr. Robert Kotler is a board certified cosmetic facial surgeon in Beverly Hills. Read his WebMD blog posts about how to select a cosmetic surgeon, computer imaging, celebrities makeovers, and much more.View Thread
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