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We all know that smoking is bad for our health. But did you know it really works a number on your looks, too? Each cigarette reduces the level of oxygen to your body. After inhaling a cigarette, your blood can contain up to 15 times more carbon monoxide than a non-smoker. That's the same deadly gas that's in car exhaust. Smoking reduces collagen, especially in your face which could lead to more wrinkles around your eyes and mouth. Smoking also wreaks havoc on your teeth, turning them yellow and stained. Prolonged smoking can also gray your hair and make your skin more ashen. There are some things you can do to repair and even begin to reverse the damage your smoking has caused. Try using products containing teeth whitening products, like strips and toothpaste, they can help brighten up your pearly whites. But the biggest thing that you can do is just stop smoking. The affects are immediate. Just eight hours after quitting, your oxygen and carbon monoxide levels return to normal, giving you back That Certain Something.