Posted October 10, 2011
Listed below are a few suggestions for applying to one's skin to help prevent wrinkles.
Coconut oil- Coconut oil is very close in structure to sebum, the oil that our bodies produce naturally. For this reason, coconut oil is absorbed easily into the skin, and a little bit goes a very long way. Not only is it good for skin care, but is also considered a healthy fat.
Olive Oil- Olive oil is a very versatile product that can be mixed with other natural ingredients in your home to make skin scrubs, hot oil treatments, and a multitude of other home remedies.
Jojoba oil- Jojoba oil is just as effective as coconut and olive oil, and can be used in the same way as olive oil to make homemade beauty treatments.
Vitamin C - Vitamin is an antioxidant that promotes collagen production and helps to recycle Vitamin E. When used in skin care products, Vitamin C promotes less wrinkles, tougher skin, and an all around smoother complexion. Not only that, but it also repairs skin that has been damaged by UV rays and smoking.
Vitamin E – Vitamin E is the best option to apply to your skin for wrinkle control. When applied regularly it will lend a youthful and wrinkle free look to your face.
Aloe Vera- Known for it’s healing properties, Aloe Vera is also very good for tightening the skin, and when mixed together with Vitamin E in equal parts, you have a double duty anti aging cream that will soften as well as tighten your face. Although this is a very good eye cream, care should be taken not to get it in the eyes.