Grapes are one of the best anti-aging skin care products that nature has to offer. Packed to the brim with anti-oxidants, vitamins and phytochemicals, grapes are well equipped to protect and nourish our skin. Mash a handful of grapes and apply on to your temple area, let it dry and wash off for smooth, supple skin.
Now this isn’t the first time we’ve told you that avocados have strong antibacterial properties that prove extremely beneficial to your skin. Avocados help stimulate the production of collagen in your skin and leave it tightened and supple, reducing fine lines and crow’s feet. Grind the avocados into a paste and apply it onto your temples and on the sides of your eyes for best results.
Loaded in citric acid, lemon juice works as a strong exfoliator for your skin which in turn helps get rid of crow’s-feet. Just rub a few drops of lemon juice around your crow’s feet and wash off after fifteen minutes.
Egg whites with their high protein content help tighten skin which helps reduce the appearance of crow’s-feet. Over using eggs however might dry out your skin, so it is best to use it only once a week.
Papaya is laden with vitamin C which helps fight free-radical damage to your skin and stimulates collagen production. Also, papaya contains an enzyme called papain that helps remove dead skin cells and tighten the skin.
Milk amongst its many other benefits, also contains glycolic acid that helps exfoliate dead skin cells and promotes the production of collagen in your skin which helps diminish the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines on your skin.
Aloe vera is known for its antioxidant properties that help fight free radicals that may cause wrinkling and skin aging. Aloe vera contains essential vitamins and minerals that help moisturize, brighten and tone the skin. All you need is to squeeze some gel and apply it onto the temples, let dry and wash off for supple, healthy skin.
Coconut oil contains high amounts of vitamin E that lubricate and nourish skin cells and tissues. It also contains linoleic acid that can reconnect broken skin tissues and delay the formation of crow’s-feet and fine lines that are both a result of skin aging.