Ways to Reduce Wrinkles!

HOME REMEDIES TO NATURALLY PREVENT WRINKLES

 

Wrinkles are the unavoidable signs of aging; unfortunately we cannot avoid it unless we go under the knife, lasers, or chemical peels. Good thing we have nature that has a way of supplying what we need. As long as we know what we are looking for, we can find our supplies at home throughout our kitchen and bathroom cabinets. Here are 5 ways how to prevent wrinkles with home remedies.

 

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1. Banana Mask

A banana isn’t just good for eating, but can also be used as a creamy face mask. Mash a banana up with a teaspoon of orange juice, yogurt and then leave it on for 15 to 20 minutes. The vitamin A will help fade dark spots and blemishes, while vitamin B will prevent aging, and potassium will moisturize.

2. Aloe Vera

The clear gel inside an Aloe Vera plant has wound-healing and soothing effects when applied to the skin, it contains vitamins and minerals. It is very convenient having an Aloe Vera plant inside your home because it is less expensive than buying the gel bottle. Also, the plant can regrow after it is cut or removed from the base. Sunburns are one of the quickest ways to damage and wrinkle skin, so applying gel can ease the healing process with its anti-inflammatory properties.

3. Do-it-yourself massage

A nice massage will help reduce wrinkles by using your index and middle finger on one hand to massage 20 rotations between your brows. Apply light pressure to each temple for 10 seconds and then to the jaw joint for another 10 seconds while clenching your teeth gently. It’ll smooth the skin and relax the muscles from making unnecessary movements that cause wrinkles from tension and stress.

4.  Cucumber yogurt blend

Cut in half a cucumber, mix in half a cup of Greek yogurt, and throw it in a bowl in the fridge for it to cool. It will naturally hydrating the ingredients together to create a face mask. A single cucumber contains vitamin C, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, and zinc. It tightens and tones the skin, while protecting it from dryness, peeling, or cracking.

5. Juice

The skin runs on vitamins, minerals, and hydration, so what better way to treat your skin right than by feeding it what it wants? Juicing involves three-day cleanses that contain the best skin-nourishing vitamins and minerals through various fruits and vegetables.

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