Home > Lifestyle > Health tech > Health apps Updated 11 June 2014 New app shows how drinking ages you The so-called drinking mirror encourages people to "drop a glass size" 11 Related Whale vomit and other strange ingredients in skin products In a bid to educate drinkers about the affect drinking has on their body, the Drink Smarter foundation produced a cellphone app which simulates the effect your drinking habits will have on your face over 10 years.Users are encouraged to upload a photo of themselves and then enter how many glasses of wine they drink in a typical week up to a total 10 or more per week. The app then applies its algorithm to determine how you'll look 10 years from now if you keep up the habit.KATE WINSLETThe British starlet didn't hold up too well to 10 years of being a hardcore Wino. Getting rid of the jowels could prove a titanic feat.Channing TatumThis Hollywood Hearthrob, now 34, would be in a sorry state by the time he nears 50. If he drank at this rate his stripper days would be numbered indeed.Kim KardashianDue to be married this week, we imagine Kanye is hoping Kim lays off the booze to avoid looking like this in a decade.Try it for yourself! Download the app for iOS and Android, or try it online here.Read more:Binge drinking students are happierBoredom spurs drinkingFacing the reality of growing old Image credit: Kim Kardashian, Kate Winslet and Channing Tatum from Shutterstock NEXT ON HEALTH24X FDA bans e-cig liquid products that look like snacks and candies 2018-09-12 19:00 More: Health techHealth apps advertisement Read Health24’s Comments Policy Comment on this story 11 comments Comments have been closed for this article. Logout Comment 0 characters remaining Share on Facebook Loading comments... From our sponsors Dementia and Incontinence: what you need to know Tell-tale signs you need a mattress upgrade Keen to win a R2 000 voucher? Good health begins in your gastrointestinal tract Live healthier HIV/AIDS » 5 ridiculous things some people still believe about HIV/Aids It’s time to shine the light on some of the ridiculous and far-fetched perceptions about HIV that people still have. Fitness » 7 strange things that happened to my body during my first marathon Earlier this year, Health24 writer Marelize Wilke ran her first ever full marathon. She tells us about the effects it had on her body.