Homemade Natural Wrinkle Removers
Some may say your wrinkles make you wiser, but there are many ways to look wiser without the wrinkles, that are all-natural, there is no need to buy expensive anti-aging creams or treatments. You won’t need to spend more than a few dollars. Many people think that once you have wrinkles you’re stuck with them, but there’s actually quite a bit you can do to reduce them. Of course, nutrition and being clean internally are key parts of the equation and it’s not uncommon to find that with tons of juicing, eating lots of uncooked natural foods, and doing coffee enemas that wrinkles just go away. Actually, it’s a combination that tends to keep us young and disease-free on many levels. However, there’s quite a bit that you can do about wrinkles topically too.
Here is where the real wisdom is:
Bananas and their peels have been used for centuries to help with many skin conditions including acne, wrinkles, warts, psoriasis, and poison ivy.
1. Mash a banana until it has a creamy texture and apply to your entire face for 30 minutes, bananas have so much more going for them than just a delicious and nutritious treat!
2. Coconut oil is the best option when it comes to natural wrinkle removal, it rebuilds skin tissue and will leave your facial skin moisturized, smooth, and beautiful.
You can use coconut oil both internally and topically, it’s known for rebuilding skin tissue. One cause of wrinkles is dehydration in connective tissues, coconut oil can prevent dehydration and help rebuild connective tissue.
3. Beet Juice and Carrot Juice:
Using a little carrot and beet juice on the skin regularly helps remove wrinkles and is quite powerful. The vitamin A in carrot juice is wonderful for the skin. Beets are known to repair DNA, so using beet juice topically on wrinkle sites is a powerful way to rebuild the damaged skin which often causes wrinkles – possibly by repairing the DNA of the damaged tissue.
Using carrot and beet juice topically with coconut oil increases the benefits of both. Coconut oil has absorptive properties that help pull the juices into the skin in addition to its hydration benefits. You’ll only need a tablespoon or two of these juices each time and you can drink what you don’t use. You’ll want to leave these juices on your skin for about ten minutes before rinsing them off. You can apply and reapply the juices as they dry, rubbing them in each time.
4. Pineapple juice can easily rival any treatment, in fact it is much better than many because it’s packed with the enzyme bromelain which naturally eats away our top layer of skin when applied topically and leaves new fresh skin underneath.
Edited 7/30/14 SCD