Smoker’s Pucker Lines From Lip Plumping: Truth or Myth? CandyLipz December 18, 2014 Lip Plumper Tips By CandyLipz.com Are you concerned that puckering into a lip suction device may give you “The Smoker’s Pucker Lines?” Like this image below? Puckering for your cigarettes is totally different from puckering into a lip suction device. When you pucker for your cigarette, you inhale more than 4,000 toxic chemicals in tobacco smoke including 43 known cancer-causing compounds and 400 other toxins- some of you might know such as lead, benzene, cyanide, arsenic, and DDT. Many of these deadly chemicals trigger the destruction of collagen and elastin and restrict blood supply to the skin. If you are losing collagen and elastin, you are going to lose your skin suppleness, fullness, strength, and elasticity. This is the reason why you get the wrinkles around your lips- known as the marionette lines. Take a look at the images below of a set of twins aged 52- the one on the left is a non-smoker and the one on the right is a smoker. The twin on the right looks 10 years older than the one on the left. You do not have to smoke to get Smoker’s Pucker Lines. If you are a sun-worshipper, no puckering is necessary to get those marionette lines! UV radiation from sun exposure damages your collagen and elastin production and decreases the ability of your body to repair tissue damage- the result is accelerated skin aging. See the images of a set of twins aged 61 below. Observe the twin on the right- she has wrinkles and lines around her mouth. UV radiation can penetrate glass windows and can severely damage the skin. Take a look at the 69 years old man below. He was a truck driver for 28 years. One side of his face aged tremendously compared to the rest of his face! Can puckering into a lip suction device daily give you the Smoker’s Pucker Lines? YOU BE THE JUDGE. Here is a proof that puckering without the impact of smoking and sun exposure does not give you the Smoker Pucker’s Lines. Take a look at famous wind instrument players in the image below. When playing brass and some woodwind instruments, musicians use the same puckering muscles to close the mouth. You can Google these musicians for better close-up images. One well known actor who plays the clarinet is Woody Allen. You can find his images easily on the Internet. Regardless of their old ages, they ALL have no Smoker’s Pucker Lines! Puckering as an exercise is healthy for you. It exercises 5 mouth muscles. So pucker up and plump your lips. To learn more why CandyLipping is good for you, read more here. If you like this article: please join CandyLipz® Facebook Page by clicking on this link. You will be alerted when we post new articles. Thank you for reading CandyLipz Blog. Copyright 2014 | www.CandyLipz.com | The Pouty Lips You Always Wanted. Naturally. | San Francisco | 94127 | Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.