How to take care of the saggy skin which is getting loose with the years at home? Which are the natural ingredients and methods to help you fight the signs of aging on your face? Which daily routines will keep your skin looking fresh, young and glowing?
The power of oils
The lipid molecules in oils are keeping the skin young and fresh, protecting it from dryness and itchiness. You need to find the best oil for your skin and use it in the evening to provide some nutrition for it during the night. You could try castor oil, almond oil, jojoba oil, macadamia oil, avocado oil, argan oil etc. and see how your skin will feel as they all have minerals, vitamins and lipids which will make skin glow again and tighten up. For even better results, you can add several drops of your essential oil as most of them have anti-aging qualities too.
The skin needs toning as the pores are very sensitive to dirt and the toner like ice water, rose water, lavender water will help you tighten the pores and close them after cleansing or before applying makeup. They are even more important in the summer when the pores could become bigger due to the heat and humidity in the air.
Vitamins and antioxidants
You need to feed your skin from the inside as that is where health starts anyway. A diet rich in fruits and vegetables will provide your body with all the vitamins and antioxidants for a beautiful and young skin. You can add lemon juice to your homemade masks for the outer Vitamin C supply. Capsules of Vitamin A and E which could be found everywhere could also be added to your homemade face masks as they will tighten your skin and will improve its texture and complexion. Drinking green tea will help your cells with detoxifying the waste products and will make your skin glow due to all the antioxidants it contains. Bananas, turmeric and avocado are great ideas to add to your diet or your homemade mask, as they are all beneficial for the health of the skin and will decrease the wrinkles formation. Honey is another great food for the skin and could be used for all skin types to tighten the face and to promote hydration.
Stimulate collagen production
A very easy procedure is the contrast washing with hot and cold water in order to increase the blood circulation in the skin. You can use coMra therapy at 1000Hz to heal skin problems and stimulate the collagen production, apply it by slowly moving the device on the main lines of the face and where the wrinkles are. The combined power of a laser, magnets and light will stimulate the regeneration of the skin tissues in depth. Try also facial massage once a week which will tone your muscles and will help you tighten the saggy skin. There are exercise for the facial muscles which will also improve the condition of the skin and will slow down the formation of wrinkles. Of course, it is important to drink enough pure water in order to hydrate the skin from the inside.
Yogurt, cream, eggs and flour
This is not only a recipe for a cake but adding these products to your homemade facial masks will feed your skin with lots of proteins and lipids. These three foods which could be found in every kitchen will moisturize your skin naturally and will keep its youth and beauty. Just add them to your mask and experiment with the other ingredients. The rice, chickpeas and oat flour are also great for your skin as they provide immediate result lifting the contours of the face. So, you can add them to your mask especially if it is too watery and you need to make it more paste-like which is easier for application.
This plant has so many qualities which are great for your health and could heal your digestive system together with eliminating scars and wrinkles from your skin. You can drink the juice and apply the gel on the skin to heal wounds, to prevent it from forming wrinkles or to eliminate existing ones. It has very powerful regenerative abilities and you can add it to face mask, on your hair or rub it to the skin of your whole body, it could even heal stretching marks, so you really want to try it out if you want to tighten up your loose skin.
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