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How To Make Simple Homemade Anti-Wrinkle Cremes

Updated on October 1, 2013

Natural Homemade Facial Creams

There are hundreds of over the counter creams available in stores around the country. The anti-wrinkle cream industry is a billion dollar industry. We women swarm to the stores to buy the latest ant-wrinkle cream that promises to make you look years younger. But which ones really work and which ones don't? Who really knows?

Instead of spending hundreds and hundreds of dollars trying every anti-wrinkle cream out there that promises to make you look years younger, why not save some money and make your own anti-wrinkle creams? I have used these creams for years and they work well for me. I have saved alot of money that is better used elsewhere by making and using these easy to make homemade anti-wrinkle creams. So, try them for yourself and see if they work as well for you as they do for me.

A natural anti-wrinkle mask:

This anti-wrinkle mask should be applied once a week to smooth out fine lines and prevent the recurrence of new ones.

Mix 1 tablespoon of honey and one half teaspoon of nutmeg. Apply this mixture to your entire face and leave on for 20 minutes.

Lightly tap your face with your fingers to stimulate and improve circulation,.

Remove this mixture with a warm washcloth after the 20 minutes.

The grainy texture of the nutmeg sloughs off your dead skin cells and the honey draws moisture from the air and puts it into your skin. You should feel the softness in your face after you have used this facial mask.

Aloe anti-wrinkle mask:

Aloe plants can survive the desert because of their ability to draw moisture from the air.

Mix equal parts of cosmetic quality aloe (you can get it from a health food store) and vegetable glycerin.

Apply this mixture to your face and leave it on for 20 minutes. Then rinse off with a warm cloth.

The aloe will help reduce fine lines, pitting and scaring. This mask has worked well in reducing my sons acne scars.

Guacamole Facial:

Guacamole is full of vitamins and nutrients that are good for your skin. The green pulp that's left attached to the peel has the highest concentration of vitamins and nutrients.

Scape off that pulp and apply it directly to your skin. Leave this on for 20, then rinse with a warm wash cloth.

The abundant oil in guacamole will soften your skin, the basic step in preventing wrinkles.

After 3 months of daily use, your skin will look firmer, smoother and younger.

These natural facial creams can make your skin smoother and help age spots and scars fade away. The best time to do your skin routine is right before bedtime. Make sure you wash your face before you apply any of these skin facial creams.

Using these creams can save you money and make your skin smoother and younger looking. Give these skin creams a try for younger looking skin.

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    • VictoriaSheffield profile image

      Author Victoria Sheffield 

      4 years ago from Georgia

      Great information!

    • freefogging profile imageAUTHOR

      freefogging 

      4 years ago from Florida

      Thanks! I don't ever buy store wrinkle creams anymore, when home made ones work just as well or better for much less money.

    • georgescifo profile image

      georgescifo 

      4 years ago from India

      really amazing ideas, I have never ever thought about. Thanks for sharing..

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      C E Clark 

      4 years ago from North Texas

      These sound good enough to eat! Well, almost. Certainly worth a try. I've often thought about making my own creams, moisturizers, etc., but just never got around to it . . .

      Thank you for sharing these recipes. I'm going to share this article with my followers!

    • Eileen Hughes profile image

      Eileen Hughes 

      6 years ago from Northam Western Australia

      Great Ideas, we can all do with help like this for our aging skins (after 60+years of sunshine)

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