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Can You Tell Which Twin Is A Smoker Just By Looking At Them?

Most people who start smoking, especially when they're young, think they look something like this...

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...when in fact they end up looking more like this....

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And while we all know the damage smoking does to your heart, lungs and various other parts of the body, one of the most notable signs that someone is a smoker can be seen on their face.

Pale skin, wrinkles and receding hairlines are all side effects suffered by regular smokers.

To highlight how smoking ages you, take a look at these eight sets of adult twins where in each case only one of the siblings is a smoker, can you work out which one? 

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Which Twin Smokes
Is the smoker on the left or right? Is the smoker on the left or right?
The right. He has smaller, more sunken eyes and has more wrinkles. Also his hairline has receded further than his brother’s. The right. He has smaller, more sunken eyes and has more wrinkles. Also his hairline has receded further than his brother’s.
Is the smoker on the left or right? Is the smoker on the left or right?
The right. Her skin has aged more and smoking has damaged her lips, eyes, and even her hair. The right. Her skin has aged more and smoking has damaged her lips, eyes, and even her hair.
Is the smoker on the left or right? Is the smoker on the left or right?
The right. The differences are more subtle, mostly the more damaged hair and squintier eyes. The right. The differences are more subtle, mostly the more damaged hair and squintier eyes.
Is the smoker on the left or right? Is the smoker on the left or right?
The left.  She has more wrinkles in her forehead, under her eyes, and around her nose. The left.  She has more wrinkles in her forehead, under her eyes, and around her nose.
Is the smoker on the left or right? Is the smoker on the left or right?
The right. She has discolored and receding hair as well as aged skin. The right. She has discolored and receding hair as well as aged skin.
Is the smoker on the left or right? Is the smoker on the left or right?
The left. Her hair is grayer and her face is droopier face and her wrinkles are also more pronounced in the brow and upper lip. The left. Her hair is grayer and her face is droopier face and her wrinkles are also more pronounced in the brow and upper lip.
Is the smoker on the left or right? Is the smoker on the left or right?
The left. Her cheek, outer eye, and neck all look weathered and her skin has begun to discolor. The left. Her cheek, outer eye, and neck all look weathered and her skin has begun to discolor.
Is the smoker on the left or right? Is the smoker on the left or right?
The left. She has discolored lips and looks generally more 'weathered' than her twin. The left. She has discolored lips and looks generally more 'weathered' than her twin.
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Is the smoker on the left or right? via Wolters Kluwer Health
The right. He has smaller, more sunken eyes and has more wrinkles. Also his hairline has receded further than his brother’s via Wolters Kluwer Health
Is the smoker on the left or right? via Wolters Kluwer Health
The right. Her skin has aged more and smoking has damaged her lips, eyes, and even her hair via Wolters Kluwer Health
Is the smoker on the left or right? via Wolters Kluwer Health
The right. The differences are more subtle, mostly the more damaged hair and squintier eyes via Wolters Kluwer Health
Is the smoker on the left or right? via Wolters Kluwer Health
The left. She has more wrinkles in her forehead, under her eyes, and around her nose via Wolters Kluwer Health
Is the smoker on the left or right? via Wolters Kluwer Health
The right. She has discolored and receding hair as well as aged skin via Wolters Kluwer Health
Is the smoker on the left or right? via Wolters Kluwer Health
The left. Her hair is grayer and her face is droopier face and her wrinkles are also more pronounced in the brow and upper lip via Wolters Kluwer Health
Is the smoker on the left or right? via Wolters Kluwer Health
The left. Her cheek, outer eye, and neck all look weathered and her skin has begun to discolor via Wolters Kluwer Health
Is the smoker on the left or right? via Wolters Kluwer Health
The left. She has discolored lips and looks generally more 'weathered' than her twin via Wolters Kluwer Health
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