Prev 18 of 28 Next
18. Quit Smoking
Smoking drastically ages your skin, speeding up the breaking-down process of your cells and leaving your complexion looking dull, sagging, and older than its age. Also, the repetitive puckering while dragging on a cigarette creates those telltale "bar code" lines above your lips, creating lines that would not have existed if you didn't have the habit.

"The negative impact of smoking takes its toll. Doctors use the term 'smoker’s face' to describe the accelerated aging of the face, with a characteristic pattern of facial wrinkling, brown spots, and sallow coloration in those who smoke," Dr. Lortscher warns. It's best to stop if you haven't yet.