Sep 05, 2012
By Jane Brown
Breast feeding, daily moisturizing and hormone replacement therapy can make a woman’s breasts appear more youthful.
But new research says smoking, drinking alcohol and having multiple pregnancies can take an aesthetic toll.
A study of identical twins published in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal suggests environmental factors play a key role in how a woman’s breasts age.
Other factors like higher body mass index and larger bra and cup sizes also contribute to accelerated breast aging.
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