Guest Post: 6 Natural Skin Tightening Techniques

Guest Post: 6 Natural Skin Tightening Techniques


6 Natural Skin Tightening Techniques

Unlike robots and machines, humans do not enjoy the privilege of replacement parts and eternal life. We are practically defenseless against the effects of time and are extremely susceptible to wear and tear. To counteract these negative restrictions levied on human life, scientists and health professionals have embarked on a long and tedious journey into the unknown, in a bid to discover the secrets to attaining immortality.

Unfortunately, years of scientific research have failed to yield any tangible results and the human population still remains in a vulnerable position with individual expiry dates. There is a silver lining among all these doom and gloom though. Rather than being fixated on finding the location of the fountain of youth, scientists have adopted a secondary approach towards their endeavors. They have realigned their objectives to focus on prolonging the normal human mortality rate instead.

Thus far, this shift in focus has yielded many significant breakthroughs towards understanding the underlying mechanism of the human body. Based on extensive research and development, scientists have been able to formulate a variety of options that can aid in extending lifespan. Popular examples of these discoveries include, healthier dietary plans, health supplements and effective workout routines.

Skin Tightening Techniques


One of the most prevalent adverse effects of the natural human aging process is the skin’s reduced ability to retain its elasticity. Various studies have positively identified the relationship being the natural aging process and the skin’s reduced elasticity. Based on a medical journal released by the Department of Dermatology, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Korea, the skin’s elastic characteristics are conclusively proven to be a direct result of aging. In a separate study initiated by the Second Department of Internal Medicine, Gunma University School of Medicine, Maebashi, Japan, the authors were able to determine that in post-menstruation years, a woman’s skin loses 0.55% of its elasticity on a yearly basis.

 

Fortunately, there are various treatment methods available to help the skin retain its elasticity for an extended period of time. Plastic surgery aside, other alternatives to help improve skin elasticity can be found in facial masks, oil treatments and herbal remedies. Listed below are some of the common options that the general public adore.

1. Egg White and Yogurt Mask

This homemade mask can be easily made with ingredients from the kitchen. Simply combine and stir together 1 egg white, 1 tablespoon yogurt and a dash of sugar. Once evenly mixed, apply on the face and wait for mask to set. Rinse of with lukewarm water afterwards. 

Eggs whites are ideal for firming and tightening skin structure. It is also effective in eradicating symptoms of puffiness under the eyes. The use of sugar provides the mask with exfoliating properties while yogurt helps to cleanse the skin and fight blemishes.


2. Honey and Blueberry Mask

Another popular homemade mask, this option essentially utilizes the antioxidant properties of blueberries to help reduce wrinkles, tone sagging skin and help improve skin elasticity. Additionally, blueberries help to fight off the damage done by free radicals in the body. This mask can be easily concocted by blending ¼ cup of blueberries until a uniform paste is achieved. Apply a thin layer of honey over the face first before spreading the blueberry paste. Allow the mask to set for 30 minutes before washing off with lukewarm water.

3. Castor Oil

Castor oil might not be the most recognizable ingredient but its ability to tighten up skin structure should not be underestimated. A simple concoction of castor oil and lemon juice produces an effective oil solution that can be applied to the body to help improve the deteriorating skin condition. For best results, health professionals recommend applying this solution in the night on a daily basis.

4. Frankincense Essential Oil

For people who suffer from sensitive skin, the Frankincense Essential oil might be a better option. Other than the ability to function as a skin brightener and promote new cell growth, this oil also contains anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Acne-prone skin are most suitable to use this oil.

5. Mullein

Perhaps the most beneficial herb in the skin care sector, Mullein herb can be topically applied on the skin to help reduce wrinkles, increase blood circulation and repair sagging skin. Interestingly, Mullein oil is an effective deterrent of stretch marks and contains treatment characteristics for scars and bruises as well.

6. Witch Hazel

While Mullein provides anti-wrinkles properties, Witch Hazel goes a step further to help supply the skin with antioxidants as well as help to repair skin damage and ease inflammation. All these are secondary benefits to its main objective of skin tightening.


Top 5 Homemade Face Masks for Your Skin

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Conclusion

The human body is almost incapable of preventing the natural process of aging. Together with this unavoidable journey, the body’s susceptibility to wear and tear brings about another stressful situation. While scientists continue to struggle with formulating immortality solutions, the only option available is to become proactive in delaying the natural order of things. One of the consequence of aging is that the skin starts to become sagging. To combat this occurrence, individuals should adopt a proactive approach and search for effective solutions. Based on the suggestions above, individuals are presented with more alternatives to help their skin retain its elasticity and prolong the effects of aging.

References

 

http://youqueen.com/beauty/skin-care/natural-homemade-facial-masks-to-brighten-skin/ http://www.beyondthebathroomscale.co.uk/2015/09/guest-post-homemade-peels-for-clearer-complexion-ella-james.html

Author Bio:

Ella James is an aspiring author who is pursuing Health Services Administration degree from St. Petersburg College. She is an active contributor to Consumer Health Digest, which is a leading Health News. In recent years, she had the opportunity to review skin bleaching creams. Get connected with her on Facebook and Twitter.


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