Your Skin is Dorian Gray’s Portrait and Cousin Edgar’s Funeral

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Your Skin is Dorian Gray’s Portrait and Cousin Edgar’s Funeral

Your lifestyles shows up on your face, you cannot shroud it in secrecy. Smoking creates an ironic

ashiness and paleness from lack of oxygen. Drinking causes ruddiness, enlarged pores, sagging, dark

circles, premature lines and wrinkles. Drugs cause different signs, depending upon what type of drug,

most causing breakouts, blemishes, pimples, enlarged pores, too oily/too dry skin and premature aging.

Once you stop these behaviours, your skin will reverse much of the damage done. That’s the difference

between your living skin and a portrait.

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