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Natural Ways To Get Rid of Neck Wrinkles [3]

Neck wrinkles are one among the most distressing skin problems seen among people. Things which cause neck wrinkles include; aging, thinner skin, exposure to the sun, smoking cigarettes, and so on. Neck and face wrinkles make people look aged. If you have wrinkles on the neck or face that you want to get rid of, laser skin treatment and chemical peels are very effective. There are however natural remedies to getting rid of neck wrinkles effectively.

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Here are some natural neck firming remedies which help to give you a smooth skin and get rid of the wrinkles effectively:

7. Rice powder mixture.

Take a cup of rice powder and to this add enough milk and rosewater to make a thick paste. Apply evenly all over the forehead, face and the neck area. Leave it on for at least 20 minutes. Try and relax and not move any facial muscles when this paste is applied on the face. After 20-30 minutes when it cakes up, splash cold water on your face, rinse and wash off. The skin appears very taut and the wrinkles seem to have “straightened” out or wrinkles and lines disappeared altogether.

8. Lemon Juice

The natural bleaching property of lemon juice makes it a perfect natural remedy for sun burns as well. Being a rich source of citric acid, it helps in exfoliating skin, removing dead skin cells and impurities and shrinking open pores to provide a smooth and younger appearance to skin. It tightens the tissues and increases skin elasticity to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. It also helps in improving complexion and adding a healthy glow to skin.

9. Olive Oil.

Take and massage virgin olive oil on the skin. You can use it as a home remedy for wrinkles on the face, neck wrinkles and almost anywhere else you want to get rid of wrinkles. Olive oil is known to lighten your skin. It will make your skin look youthful and glowing. This is the way to get an absolutely vibrant skin. Emu oil is also said to reduce fine lines around eyes.

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