“A rose can never be a sunflower, and a sunflower can never be a rose. All flowers are beautiful in their own way, and that’s like women too. I want to encourage women to embrace their own uniqueness.” Supermodel Miranda Kerr made a statement when she said so. We add, that just as all flowers have minimum maintenance requirements—that is, sun, soil and water—so too does our skin require basic things to stay pretty and lively.
Natural remedies for wrinkles. It can be disconcerting to find facial wrinkles building up on your skin. Wrinkles do evade your attention when they’re just starting to form. More often than not, you are caught by surprise when you finally discover wrinkles have been burrowed deep in your skin.
Not to worry. While your wrinkles are going for a no retreat strategy, you should reinforce your no surrender tactic. Here are at least 10 natural ways by which you can rid your face of wrinkles:
Exfoliate. Not all exfoliation methods require the use of harsh chemicals. You can always choose a dermal brush or a washcloth to exfoliate. You can also go for a coconut oil and brown sugar facial scrub. The rough texture of the brown sugar sloughs off your skin’s damaged top layer as the coconut oil works into your skin to further draw out trapped oil in your pores.
Yogurt and lemon cleanse. When you’re done exfoliating, you want to lift the impurities gently and regain your healthy skin balance. Simply add the two ingredients in a lemon to yogurt ratio of 1:5 teaspoons. You want that lemon diluted enough so as not to unnecessarily burn and damage your skin. The lemon has astringent and antiseptic properties that help clear and brighten your skin. Yogurt, on the other hand, helps your skin regain a normal balance of microorganisms that helps relieve inflammation.
Avocado, aloe vera, and honey face mask. Rich in fatty acids and Vitamin E, avocado deep moisturizes your skin, as honey in the solution gives your skin an antibacterial treatment. Honey is also nature’s finest humectant. It restores moisture in your skin. Adding aloe vera juice to the solution helps relieve skin inflammation which leads to damage, including wrinkles. Aloe is well-known for facilitating faster skin healing. Regular application of aloe also helps restore and build the resilience of your skin’s top layer.
Moisturize with essential oils and natural extract. Closely resembling your skin, essential oils can be easily assimilated by your skin to help power up skin repair and regeneration processes. You should take care which essential oils to use though because, although many will perform at par with your Dermisa Skin Fade, some may irritate your skin more. The safest and most beneficial ones include tea tree oil, lavender oil and lemongrass oil. All of which have high antioxidant levels and have anti-inflammatory properties that help soothe irritated skin.
Eat more fresh. Fresh foods and grains rich in fiber help speed up your metabolism. That means, your body is detoxing, and unnecessary food components are immediately flushed out of your body rather than get stuck in your gut which, your body will attempt to excrete through your skin. You should, simultaneously, eat less processed foods which are harder for your gut to absorb.
Include fatty acids in your diet. Almonds and avocados are good for you when consumed in moderation. You should also prepare fatty fish meals twice up to thrice weekly.
Reconsider smoking and drinking alcohol. There’s no more question about it. Smoking is a major cause of premature aging, and alcohol dries up your skin. Between the two, smoking brings more evil to your skin. It exposes you to toxins, gets in the way of proper blood circulation, and directly damages your skin by exposing it to heat.
Better manage your stresses. Learn relaxation techniques too that will get less of your emotions into the issue, and use more of your head.
Exercise. It gives you a beautiful body and a beautiful skin. More importantly, regular exercise keeps your blood circulation at normal levels. That way, your blood is always able to fuel the nutrient requirements of your cells, including your skin cells. It also relieves your body of stress.
Sleep. The best natural remedy that can help heal your wrinkles is a good night’s sleep.
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