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Drinking Mirror App Show The Effects Of Alcohol On Your Face
by Chris Malone,posted Jan 14 2013 5:46AM
Remember the band The Gin Blossoms? Besides being a pretty good rock band from the 1990's, it's also slang for the capillaries in your nose and face that burst because of excessive drinking. But can any alcohol cause you to look bad?
A public campaign called Healthier Scotland has unveiled a photo tool that simulates the aging effects of drinking on a person’s face over 10 years. It's called the drinking mirror, which is available as a web app or an iPhone and Android smartphone app and it allows you to upload a current photo and then plug in their weekly alcohol intake.
The photo calculates what that person’s face would like 10 years later based on their consumption of booze.
Heavy drinkers see “deeper wrinkles, red cheeks and weight gain,” the sight explains. Those who stay clear of alcohol see far fewer changes in their face over time, the simulation tool suggests.
The campaign urges people to “drop a glass size” or cut back on their drinking.
This is by no means a pair of beer goggles! Now if they would only make an app like this to show the effects of smoking!