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Here's what you need before lighting up your next t — or anything else. It's generally well-known that smoking — whether it be tobacco, weed, or anything else — can impact your health in numerous ways.
But how exactly is your skin affected? While some say that smoking a t is "healthier" than indulging in a cigarette, the fact of the matter is, there is no "safe" way to smoke — and they can both impact your skin.
Recently, d esthetician Mel Lagares posted an incredibly informative thread on Twitter that sparked conversations around the relationship between smoking tobacco and skincare, including how to combat the issues that can arise, ingredients to incorporate into your skincare routine to keep your skin clear, as well as what to avoid doing — which instantly made me curious about the effects of weed.
Plus, with more and more states looking to legalize marijuana New York being the most recentthis topic is more timely than ever. To find out more about how smoking marijuana as well as tobacco and vaping can impact skin, I spoke with board-certified dermatologists Dr. Papri Sarkar and Dr. Lindsey Zubritsky to get their expert opinion. You Should Probably Read This.
Surely no one thinks smoking is good for your health, and Dr. Sarkar is here to emphasize that fact: Smoking is not only bad for your skin, but also for your heart, lungs, and other organs. It causes oxidative stress in the form of free radicals — like pollution can — it decreases the building of new collagen, it increases the destruction of existing collagen, it causes damage to elastin, one of the materials in the skin that helps it keep its shape or elasticity, and it helps to promote increased skin cancer.
Zubritsky doubles down on the harmful effects of tobacco in particular.
Without proper blood flow a process called vasoconstrictionour cells cannot function properly. The M. The nickel in vapes are usually found in the heating coil. So when users are inhaling the smoke, they're also getting a whiff of the metal as well. When it comes marijuana, it's kind of in the same boat as vaping, seeing as there haven't been many studies on how it impacts the skin due to legalization being a recent phenomenon.
However, allergic reactions, like hives, have occurred, explains the M. Furthermore, smoking — whether it be weed, tobacco, or otherwise — can cause premature aging. Sarkar stresses. The first thing both dermatologists recommend is being extra diligent when it comes to sun protection and incorporation antioxidants like a vitamin C serum into your routine. Lastly, Dr. Zubritsky suggests making sure to have a balanced diet, and drinking enough water on a daily basis is extra important. By Jenna Curcio Jan 22, am. Save Pin FB More.
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