Great home remedies for wrinkles

Do you have a concern of using dangerous chemicals on your face? Sometimes, you don’t understand what’s inside those creams and gels. It’s understandable. The greatest advantages to using home remedies is that it is cheaper and contains less side effects, compared to more traditional routes.

Nothing beats pharmaceutical medicine if you have serious skin issues though. These remedies have been used on mild cases of wrinkles. Consult a dermatologist if that’s the case.

Here are a six remedies that are easy to implement and can be done at home. Of course they work very well to treat wrinkles as well. Some of these have been tested by me and some friends of mine. They work really well. There’s also a product that I recommend in the bottom of this post, if within the chance that these methods don’t work.

Honey

Honey is well known for their anti-aging properties otherwise known as antioxidants. This property is great at healing and keeping your skin nice and healthy. Grab some honey and apply it to where the wrinkles. Wipe it off after 20 minutes. Use warm water. You’ll see results within a few weeks if you do this regularly.

Olive Oil

It’s a bit strange to use but it works. Not only is it great for cooking but it can wipe out wrinkles. It has the magic antioxidants and rich in other vitamins. Get a bottle of this stuff and apply it to your skin. Keep it on for a few minutes and wipe it off with water. Really easy to do.

Bananas

Smash some of this delicious fruit and turn it into a paste. Apply it to your face and keep it on for 30 minutes. Nothing more. Nothing else. One of the simplest methods and easiest methods out there. Grab a banana turn it into paste and apply it to your face. Keep on doing until you see results.

Almonds

Almonds taste pretty good and are rich in a bunch of minerals such as fiber, zinc, iron, vitamin E and plenty of more. What’s lesser known about the tasty treat is that it can be used to fight wrinkles. This one is slightly more inconvenient to prepare but trust me it works. Soak some milk into the almonds (any type of milk is fine really)

Leave it there overnight and turn those almonds into paste. Use that paste to treat your wrinkles. It’s worth doing all this work. You can see results within days.

Lemons

Just like the bananas it’s pretty simple to use. Squeeze some lemon juice from these suckers and mix it with some water. (They’re a bit too strong and can backfire.) Keep it on for a half hour and wait a few days for the results.

This should be more than enough to get you started to getting rid of those pesky wrinkles. Don’t overdo it or you risk damaging your skin. Be patient and they’ll go away eventually.

What happens if none of these work or I want a faster/easier solution?

Seriously? You can’t grab some banana paste and wipe it on your face? Talk about lazy. If none of these methods work, then chances are you having some serious skin issues. Like mentioned before consult a dermatologist to get some prescribed medicine to help you with that.

Perhaps, you don’t want to do that. Maybe you don’t trust the dermatologists. (Not wise. They’ve helped me out plenty of times.) Or you can’t afford one. Which sucks. There’s still an option for you if these remedies do not work.

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