We all know that fruits and vegetables are good for us to eat, but did you know that some of them are also wonderful as a topical wrinkle remover? I searched the Web to find some recipes to try at home that would be a whole lot less expensive than store-bought wrinkle creams. I found an article with photos and recipes that described some good results.
After trying several of the recipes in the article below, I had some success in addition to the great time I had by experimenting. My lower legs have thin skin and are particularly dry, so I tried various concoctions on them first. I figured if the stuff could moisterize my legs it had to be able to plump up skin and help wrinkles.
I made sure that I had on shorts and did some indoor, standing-up busy work like folding laundry and doing the dishes while the magic happened. Some of the remedies I just couldn’t try because I knew I couldn’t stand the smell…aka mashed bananas. As it turned out, #1 was easy and no problem; #’s 2 and 3 had ingredients I needed to go out and buy, but ended up liking; #4 I’ve already been doing, and I do love drinking the ginger tea; #’s 5, 6, 7 and 9— no way; and 8 and 10 are both easy and no brainers.
Take a look… You may find that you like the remedies that I rejected, or perhaps you’ll reject the ones I prefer. The thing we all can agree on is we don’t like wrinkles and there are some home remedies out there that really do work.
Here’s the article I promised with 10 home remedies to eliminate dry skin and wrinkles…