Congratulations, you are on your way to completing Stoptober, the 28-day non-smoking challenge. This makes you five times more likely to quit for good. You are now carbon monoxide free, can breathe easier, and reap the benefits of improvements to lung function and circulation. Unfortunately, aesthetic improvements are more difficult to naturally recover. Smokers are more susceptible to premature ageing, sagging skin, stained teeth and hair loss. Reward your smoke-free body with a new healthier look.
As a consequence of smoking, teeth yellow, discolour and stain due to the tar and nicotine contained within cigarettes. The porous properties of teeth mean these products are easily absorbed, often penetrating stains deep into the tooth enamel making them stubborn to remove. Using an activated charcoal toothpaste such as White Glo’s Charcoal Deep Stain Remover Toothpaste easily eradicates pestering tooth stains.
This specialist formula uses high absorbent charcoal technology to instantly trap coloured particles, bad breath and whiten teeth. Whilst activated charcoal particles remove stubborn stains and detoxify the mouth. Suitable for everyday use, this toothpaste has a low abrasion formula which protects teeth against cavities. Maximise your new sparkling smile by using the free flosser toothbrush and dental flosser toothpicks which are available with every purchase of White Glo’s Charcoal Deep Stain Remover Toothpaste.
Smoking exposes your skin to 4,000 chemicals making it even more damaging than sunbathing. Premature ageing is one of the main reasons smokers look 1.4 years older than their actual age. Nicotine contained within cigarettes causes vasoconstriction, the narrowing of arteries which limits the blood supply to smaller blood vessels. This suboptimal blood supply deprives the skin of anti-oxidants, moisture, oxygen and vitamin C which help to keep skin looking healthy, young and supple. A smoker’s skin is also subject to sagging and wrinkles due to a high exposure to free radicals which break down collagen and elastin.