The English idiom says, “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” But in fact, someone’s appearance can inform you about a lot of things: from how much you can trust a person, to whether he or she is a perfectionist or not. It can even indicate various diseases.
1. Wrinkles are connected to heart disease.
According to a study conducted in 2012, heart health problems affect the quality of the skin. Scientists compared the number of wrinkles on the upper inner arms and faces of a group of people with long-living parents and a random group of people of the same age. The results showed that women who have a lower risk of cardiovascular disease, look 2 years younger than their age. In contrast, women whose parents have heart problems, have more wrinkles.