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Sagging, fine lines, and spots will definitely appear. But, did you know that besides being the largest organ of the body, the skin also reflects your internal wellness?
In other words, the appearance of your skin is indicative of your health. You may not escape from aging, but you can delay its effects on your skin. Did you know that?
Some of the most common aging signs are wrinkles around the eyes, fine lines around the lips, and spots on the hands.
There are reasons to believe that deep wrinkles in the forehead are more than an esthetic issue.
Which treatment should you choose to lessen the wrinkles in your forehead?
There are a lot of treatments available to lessen wrinkles, but most of them have side effects.
If you want to spend less money and still get amazing benefits, why not try one of these 3 natural alternatives?
Aloe Vera Gel
The fresh gel extracted from its leaves is known for its many benefits. Aloe vera improves the skin’s viscosity and elasticity, restoring its moisture and making it softer and flexible.
Frankincense essential oil has been studied for many years and research says it is efficient to control acne, prevent wrinkles, and lessen stretch marks. It also contains astringent, healing, and anti-inflammatory properties. To use it, you can make your own anti-spots and anti-aging serum at home.
A 2013 study published in Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine showed the antioxidant activity of coffee. The results showed that the topical use of coffee extract reduces fine lines and wrinkles. It also improves the pigmentation and general appearance of the skin.
So, did you like these recipes? Did you know any of them already? Try them and leave your opinion in the comments below.
0:00 How to Get Rid of Forehead Wrinkles
1:09 Aloe Vera for Wrinkles
1:59 Frankincense Essential Oil for Forehead Wrinkles
2:35 Anti-aging Coffee Face Mask
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