Everybody wants to be young and to maintain more youthful looking skin. We all are aware of the ageing effect. Ageing may be a process that catches hold of every one among us eventually.

However, we tend ourselves create things worse and speed up the ageing process. Unhealthy lifestyle, stress, over-dependency on processed and prepared foods, caffeine and many unhealthy habits like smoking, alcohol drinking, no any physical exercises and pollution all contribute to skin ageing, and this led to the appearance of wrinkles.

However, home remedies with their healing touch of nature will turn back the clock and slow down the ageing process effectively.

Mechanism of Skin Aging

Ageing is a slow natural process which affects everyone, and we all are aware of this truth. Our skin begins ageing from the late 20s however its effects become a lot of apparent as we got older. Scientifically, Collagen and Elastin are the two proteins which have its significant role in making skin elastic, supple and young looking.

As the time passes, these proteins begin depleting resulting in the appearance of wrinkles & lines on face, forehead and neck and in many other parts.

Given below are some of the best natural tips and home remedies which can reduce the aging effect. Although many anti-ageing creams and beauty products are available within the market, it is best to opt natural, herbal home remedies that don’t seem to be only useful, but it is safer with no side effects.

1. Olive Oil

Olive oil is one among the most effective natural oils that help in lightening wrinkles and fine lines and tightening sagging skin. It’s a rich source of vitamins, minerals and natural fatty acids that nourish the skin because the skin pores readily absorb it.

This oil is the source of vitamins A and E, it functions as a potent antioxidant and helps in the hydrating skin. The regular use of olive oil will maintain the youthful suppleness and elasticity so that it appears younger for longer.

Try out this: Take a few drops of olive oil in your palm and apply gently to clean face and neck using soft circular motion. Do soft massage for five to ten minutes before going to bed and wash in the morning with water.

2. Fenugreek

Fenugreek (Methi) is mostly found in every kitchen. The seeds of Fenugreek are a rich in vitamin B3 which will help you in recovering the damaged skin cells, and its regular use will also promote the regeneration of new cells and tissues that assist in lightening age spots and will also reduce the ageing effect.

Try out this: Grind 4 to 5 fenugreek seeds to make a thick paste, add a teaspoon of honey to the paste, mix the paste well and apply…
 

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