Home Remedies for Wrinkles

I need something for wrinkles, to reduce them.

By Rosalin Briones from Houston, TX

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October 29, 20100 found this helpful
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Get a facial steamer and use with Tea Tree Oil Then get one of those hand held motorized facial exfoliator kits at your local drug store and use it gently. Moisturize and stay out of the sun Remember to sleep on your back. Sounds wierd but it does slow the aging process a bit. Do things that make you happy, a happy woman is always pretty and radiant.

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December 25, 20101 found this helpful
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Separate an egg yolk from the white, discard the egg yolk, squeeze a few drops from a lemon into the egg white and mix together. Put all around your eyes, even right under your eyes.

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Allow to dry and then wash off, pierce a vitamin E capsule and squeeze out liquid and pat gently around your eyes. This works great for wrinkles and helping you look younger.

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September 30, 20190 found this helpful

my mum told me about using egg white-it really seemed to work!i am 70 now and often get people saying i dont look it-all i can say is its egg white-veggy diet and dog walking!

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October 28, 20100 found this helpful

If you mean your clothing, take them out of the dryer while still slightly damp and hang them on a hanger immediately. If they are cotton you may still need to iron them for a clean and crisp appearance.

If you mean facial wrinkles, simply keep your skin moisturized, eat healthily and exercise and be proud of the wrinkles because they are the map of your life. :-)

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