Natural Herbal Remedies To
Sure, you can go out and get Botox or any number of
conventional treatments that are expensive and potentially
But why bother with costly procedures when you can
rejuvenate your face through the gentle yet effective use of
There are many herbal remedies that are helpful for giving a
tired complexion a rejuvenating pick-me-up. In conventional
medicine, there are many ways to "fix" a wrinkled
Many people opt for collagen injections to fill in fine
wrinkles. Laser surgery is another popular option for
resurfacing a tired expression. Then there is also a brow lift,
which can apparently lift your entire forehead. But for many
people, cosmetic surgery is simply not appealing.
Many of us would rather opt for something that is natural,
and that allows you to age gracefully. If you would rather opt
for more natural and soothing wrinkle solutions, here are some
easy-to-implement ideas that can give your face the rejuvenated
glow that you deserve.
Aromatherapy: Aromatherapy is an excellent
choice if you just need a quick and temporary pick-me-up. Many
times, aromatherapy is one of the most helpful types of herbal
remedies that you can allow yourself. Moreover, aromatherapy
does not necessarily have to mean simply smelling aromatic
You can also use an aroma therapeutic facial mask to
rejuvenate a tired complexion. A facial mask can have a great
rejuvenating effect on even the most tired complexions. For the
best and most soothing effect, make sure to use the purest
essential oils you can find.
You can even make your very own aromatherapy mask at home.
You can create an aromatherapy mask that contains several
essential oils that are thought to stimulate and create the
production of new skin cells. This in turn can help reduce the
appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
To make an aromatherapy mask, simply mix one teaspoon of
facial-quality clay (use bentonite clays, if possible), one
teaspoon of instant oatmeal or oat flour, two teaspoons of pure
honey, half a teaspoon of powdered milk, one teaspoon avocado,
two drops of frankincense essential oil, and two drops of
lavender essential oil.
An Interesting Herb Fact
The Healing History of Horsetail
Horsetail is one of the oldest botanical healing herbs in known history. It is believed that horsetail is a close relative of many of the trees that grew on the Earth roughly 270 million years ago during the Carboniferous period. It is believed that horsetail is also the source of the modern cola seams. The horsetail plant is brittle and grows in jointed stems that are rich in healing silica. Horsetail has been used since Ancient times. It was used by the Greeks to help heal wounds. These days,...
You can also use rose or neroli essential oils to substitute
the lavender. Mix the ingredients well and apply the paste
evenly to your clean face. Leave the aromatherapy mask on for
ten minutes, making sure to keep the mask out of your eyes.
When you put the mask on, try to lay down with your feet
Cover your eyes and relax. After the ten
minutes, rinse the aromatherapy mask with lukewarm water, then
follows the initial rinse with a splash of cool water.
Use this special aromatherapy mask two to four
times each month to keep your complexion youthful and
Another easy way to keep your complexion
youthful and energized is to keep your skin well moisturized.
To this end, you can create a special herbal facial mist that
can help keep your school moisturized at all times. Simply find
a small bottle with pump sprayer. Fill the bottle with
distilled water. You can add ten drops of your favorite
essential oil. Good choices include lavender, neroli and
The leaves of the Milk Thistle plant are
eaten in much the same manner as spinach.
The leaves are often eaten in order to
stimulate the milk flow in mothers, and they
can also be consumed in order to ease menstrual
To receive the maximum benefits to your facial
mist, try to mist your face while wearing some kind of
moisturizer. Also, choose a moisturizer that contains
humectants. Humectants are special kinds of moisturizers that
attract and hold water.
If you mist your face while wearing a
moisturizer that contains humectants, you will be plumping up
your face every time that you spray. You should mist your face
a minimum of three times every day, and more when you feel that
your face is feeling particularly parched or dry.