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Effective Home Remedies for Wrinkles

Updated on August 26, 2014

Wrinkles are unwanted yet inevitable for both men and women as part of the aging process. It can be frustrating to find an effective, not to mention an affordable solution to this dreary problem. Some have resorted to expensive procedures and treatments such as Botox. Do you know a typical Botox treatment can vary from $400 to $800 for just a small facial area (such as between or under the eyes)?

Lemon Juice Treatment

Lemons is a citrus fruit have many uses and well known for providing extensive health benefits. It is antibacterial and contains many elements that are extremely beneficial for the human body. For example, the lemon is even used in aromatherapy and Siddha medicine, an ancient medical treatment system in India.

Lemon juice can also be used to combat wrinkles and rejuvenate your skin. Applying and/or rubbing lemon juice on your face can get rid of dead skin cells, tighten wrinkles and enlarged pores. Lemon slices can also be used to get rid of dark circles and blemishes; that is why it is often used on the eyes. However, only use fresh lemon juice and as bottled lemon juice may contain other chemicals which can do more harm than good!

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Ice On The Skin

In Korea, women are known to make use of ice to beautify and enhance the look of their skin. Ice cubes or icy cold water have the amazing effect of anti-aging and tightening pores on the skin. It can fight off the formation of new wrinkles as well as ease existing ones. In the event of an acne breakout, ice can even be used to slow down inflammation.

A common method is to use a spoon dipped in ice or one that has been kept in the freezer and place them on the area to be treated (for example, on the eyes to reduce puffiness or dark circles). Remember, like all forms of treatments, do not overdo it and stop if you feel any discomfort. Prolonged contact of your skin with freezing temperatures can cause damage to your delicate capillaries and vessels.

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Almonds & Vitamin E

Almonds are filled with nutrients and particularly rich in Tocopherol, otherwise known as referred as Vitamin E. Every 100 grams of almonds contains more than 25 milligrams of Vitamin E, more than sufficient for the recommended daily intake for an average adult. The oil prepared from almonds is a commonly used ingredient in skin moisturizers, further enhancing its effectiveness as a skin food.

Vitamin E is a fat-soluble nutrient that contains antioxidant properties and is extremely beneficial for the skin. It combats promotes skin elasticity, prevents fine lines and reduce formation of wrinkles. Based on recent studies, Vitamin E also reduces the harmful effect of UV rays on our skin due to exposure to the sun.

The next time you are out shopping for skin care products, why not give almond oils a try? Or if you feel hungry and want to snack on something, try almonds instead.

Jojoba Oil

There are many different kinds of oil (example, coconut oil) on the market that are frequently utilized as part of skin care routine. One of the best oils is the Jojoba oil, which is extracted from Simmondsia chinensis, a plant that originates from California, USA. Jojoba oil contains antioxidants and elements that are wonderful for many dermatological uses.

Jojoba oil's immense benefit to the skin is highlighted by its extensive use as an additive in many cosmetic products. However, the pure oil itself can be used on the skin. It has tons of uses and fights more than just wrinkles. You can find out more at this blog here.

Say No to Smoking and Drinking

Smoking and the (over)consumption of alcohol has many detrimental health effects. One of them is its negative impact on the skin. Alcohol can lead to dehydration and leaking in the capillaries under our skin. After a heavy night of drinking, the liquid is 'soaked' in our tissue, making the face puffy and wrinkled.

Smoking can result in premature wrinkles as it speeds up the aging process of the skin. According to Mayo Clinic, nicotine in cigarettes causes harm to the capillaries and narrowing of the blood vessels in the skin, impairing normal blood flow. Other than nicotine, there are many harmful chemicals which damages the skin. As a result, the skin condition will rapidly deteriorate, with wrinkles being part of the harm that is done.


Getting Sufficient Sleep

Sleep deprivation or the lack of sufficient sleep is one of the culprits for accelerating aging skin and the formation of wrinkles. Sleep deprivation can produce cortisol, a stress-related hormone that can result in dry skin. A study by Estée Lauder has proven that women with less than 5 hours of sleep daily had twice the among of wrinkles and spots compared to those who slept for 7 hours. Lesser sleep means the body has less time to prepare the skin to repair and protect itself, causing wrinkles over time.

Just by going to bed early and that few minutes extra each night can make all the difference when it comes to your skin.

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