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Natural masks to soften deep wrinkles

Updated on March 4, 2016

Thanks to their natural ingredients, these face masks give the skin an extra dose of vitamins to nourish it in depth, preventing the appearance of wrinkles and

One of the aesthetic problems that worry more women starting already from 25 years of age are those little wrinkles that start to appear on the face as a result of exposure to factors that damage the skin.

These "signs of aging" usually affecting parts of the body such as the face, neck, décolleté and hands, to give women an aged appearance despite the relatively young age.

It is important to know that this process does not occur overnight. Almost always wrinkles are formed as the skin weakens because of sun exposure, pollution and many other factors that decrease the production of collagen and elastin.

In this sense it is essential to start appropriate treatment because wrinkles do not become deeper and more difficult to eliminate.

Fortunately, nature provides numerous ingredients with moisturizing and repairing properties that help improve the skin's appearance.

Next, we will show you how to prepare at home 3 wonderful natural masks to combat deep wrinkles, thus avoiding expensive beauty treatments.

Mask made of banana and avocado

The use of banana and avocado to the skin is not new and, in fact, is the secret of the beauty of women of many cultures.

The banana is a source of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that help reduce the effects of oxidative damage.

The avocado, instead, provides essential fatty acids such as Omega 3, which has restorative action on the skin.

If you want, you can also add the egg white in this mask. This ingredient has an exfoliating effect and helps to remove dead skin cells.

½ ripe avocado
½ banana
1 egg white (optional)

How to prepare?

Remove the avocado pulp and mash it in a bowl with a fork.
Add the banana and keep crushing until the mixture is smooth.
Whisk the egg whites and add the other two ingredients.
Stir together until the mixture is thick.

How to use

Clean up the areas you want to cover and apply a thin layer of cream.
We advise you to apply the mask on face, neck and décolleté and let it sit for about 25 minutes.
Rinse with cold water and repeat the application 2 or 3 times a week.


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