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Herbal Remedies For Wrinkles

Wrinkles are something that no one likes to deal with and for people that have especially dry skin they can be quite a problem when it comes to premature aging or wrinkle development. Fortunately there are plenty of ways to prevent and minimize wrinkles and not all of them are topical ointments or magic skin cures. Some of them are as simple as eating better and getting more sleep. A diet that has lots of vitamin A, C, and E in will go a long way to preventing wrinkles because they are antioxidants and improve the appearance of the skin. Not smoking and avoiding alcohol will also be very helpful because both of these are toxins that tax the skin and cause lots of puffiness and water retention which can cause wrinkles to form earlier in life.

One good home remedy for wrinkles is to make a mixture of honey, olive oil, and cream, and apply it thoroughly to the face and leave it on for fifteen minutes before rinsing it off. You can also use lemon juice several times a day and this will also help fade blemishes. The same method works with pineapple. If you simmer half a cup of rosemary leaves in two cups of water for thirty minutes, add a half a cup of brandy and then leave it on the face for fifteen minutes you can do a lot to get rid of your wrinkles.

Making face masks out of bananas, cucumbers, cream, olive oil, lemon juice, and similar ingredients will do a lot for you wrinkles. Be sure to avoid clay or any heavy peeling masks as these can dry your skin out quite a bit which may make you prone to the development of more wrinkles. Aloe vera, if cut directly from the plant, can work wonders in moisturizing the skin which can aid in improving wrinkles and it will also help with blemishes and other skin conditions. It’s also a good idea to wash your face with milk of magnesia nightly before you go to bed. Let it sit on your skin overnight and rinse it off in the morning. This does a great job of firming skin and tightening up pores. A mixture of sugar, milk, and oatmeal can help remove dead skin cells that may be making wrinkles appear deeper than they really are and making a mask out of that and leaving it on for twenty minutes or so can make a big difference. Honey with lemon juice and glycerin is also very helpful for wrinkles. Washing your face with rose water can do a lot to prevent new wrinkles form forming and using some brown sugar along with it can work as an exfoliant to keep skin clear and free of dead cells that might clog pores.

There is no reason why anyone should have to suffer with wrinkles especially when they can be prevented and gotten rid of by using some of these simply home remedies. Pick a few to give a try and see how they work for you.