Guest post by - Jade Thomsen
Wrinkles are signs of aging that we cannot avoid except if we undergo procedures like laser treatments and chemical peels. However, these are all but temporary solutions to the problem. With all our might, we seek the best wrinkle remover to get rid of our fine lines and wrinkles.
You might have found a solution to your problem, but you have to keep in mind that most anti-wrinkle products nowadays come with chemicals that are toxic both to the environment and your skin.
Finding the best wrinkle remover can be tricky if you want to go green. You’ll want to consider buying all-natural products that come in recyclable glass bottles, or you would have to find options where you can just make masks from what you have in your refrigerator.
Here are some options that you can browse to fight wrinkles from both inside and outside
Masks and Oils
Oils - Oils are natural moisturizers. They contain emollients that can help remove wrinkles. Some oils, like coconut oil and olive oil, are rich in antioxidants, which helps fight free radicals.
How to do it: All you need to do is take a small amount of oil and massage into the skin to reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
Banana Mask - Bananas aren’t just good for snacks: they can also be used as creamy facial masks. The fruit contains Vitamin A that helps fade dark spots, and Vitamin B that prevents aging. Vitamin E helps fight free radicals while potassium moisturizes and hydrates the skin.
How to do it: Mash one banana with one teaspoon of orange juice and a teaspoon of plain yogurt. Apply it on the face and leave it on for twenty minutes.
Egg White Mask - Egg whites are packed with protein that promotes tissue repair, riboflavin that eliminates free radicals, and magnesium that slows down aging. The egg white mask also helps tighten and tone pores by removing excess oil.
How to do it: To create the mask, mix one egg white with one teaspoon of lemon juice and half a teaspoon of honey.
This egg white mask is a perfect fit for people with oily skin.
Lemon Juice Honey Dab - A quick remedy to fine lines just before you get ready for the day is the lemon juice honey dab. Honey preserves moisture, and lemon boosts collagen production.
How to do it: Mix honey with lemon juice and leave it on the face for ten minutes, then rinse off.
Cucumber Yogurt Blend - Cucumber contains folic acid, vitamin B, vitamin C, calcium, magnesium, iron, zinc and potassium. These nutrients helps fight inflammation and free radicals that lead to premature aging. The cucumber yogurt blend also protects the skin from dryness and cracking.
How to do it: Puree one half of a cucumber, and add half a cup of Greek yogurt. Place it in the fridge for a cool face mask.
Eating Superfoods - Almonds and blueberries are loaded with antioxidants and vitamins that can help fight UV damage and improve blood circulation. The antioxidants also fight free radicals that cause early signs of skin aging.
Juice Cleanses - To fight the early signs of aging, you should feed your skin with vitamins and minerals. There are juice cleanse programs that contain skin-nourishing vitamins.
These four ideas do not require multiple non-biodegradable packagings and can be done in the comfort of your own home. Aside from this, you can use the fruit peelings as do-it-yourself fertilizers. Plus, the ingredients can be easily found in your fridge, so you won’t have to spend a lot on anti-wrinkle creams.
To fight wrinkles in an eco-friendly way is not impossible to do. You just need to find the best wrinkle remover that suits you best and make them by your own hands. Switch to organic options now!
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