Are you Seeking to Reduce you Wrinkles? Here is a Simple Natural Cure

Facial skin is very exposed to external factors, which cause the skin to be contaminated and tarnished. As years go by, in addition to such problems we have undesirable wrinkles added into the picture. Today’s proposal is a simple and practical way to address these problems home made. The ingredients of the cure are Olive Oil and Baking Soda, two common products in our homes.

Preparation and Usage

In a small glass bowl we throw a teaspoon of baking soda and 2 soup spoons of olive oil. Mix the composition until we get a homogeneous mass and apply it straight to the cleaned face.

Leave it act for 10 to 15 minutes, making sure no facial mimics are performed. At the end of this period you should massage your face with your fingertips for two more minutes. Massage should be applied according to the natural facial shapes: the forehead is massaged starting from the middle to its sides, the eye area is massaged in a circular direction opposite the clockwise, the nose is massaged from above, the part around the mouth is massaged starting from the middle of the lip and moving the fingers to the lateral parts of the jaw, the neck is massaged starting at the end of the neck in the upward direction. Then we dissolve the face and neck well with warm water.

This cure may be applied 2-3 times a week for a period of three weeks. You’ll be able to notice the improvement of facial skin since the end of first week. The skin is cleaned deeply, the skin’s pores are narrowed and the skin is more glossy. Regular use of the cure decreases the density of facial wrinkles. This is a universal skin treatment and could be used by both women and men.

“Beautiful skin requires commitment, not a miracle.”

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