Skin Care

Face Wrinkles Treatment with Fruits


Coconut oil fights free radicals, reduces wrinkles, and makes your skin clear. It also soothes your skin and moisturizes it.

Cleanse your face and rinse it with cool water.

Take a few drops of coconut oil on your fingertips

And apply to your face and neck. Massage in circular motions for a few minutes.

Leave the oil on overnight.  

Note: Repeat this every night before going to bed.

Tomato mask

A tomato face mask can give your skin complete protection from winter dryness and a host of other skin concerns. Tomatoes are rich in antioxidants and help in improving the levels of circulation in your facial tissues, thereby giving your face a natural blush.

Cut open a tomato in half and slice it up after all the seeds have been scooped out from within.

Mash the slices to form a  fine paste and then add a few spoons of honey to it.

Apply this paste as a face mask and leave it on to dry for the next 15 minutes.

Then, you can wash your face with lukewarm water, using a gentle face wash.

 Honey is a natural humectant that helps your skin to better absorb moisture and stay hydrated.

The antioxidants present in tomatoes make your skin look alive and fresh. This mask will not only help restore your skin’s lost moisture but also give your face a slight pinkish glow.


Papaya can be extremely good for the skin as it is a rich source of vitamins A and C. It also contains a special enzyme called papain that fades dark spots, blemishes, and cures skin impurities.

For dry skin 

Papaya and honey mask

Add 8-10 cubes of raw papaya and mash them. To this add 1 tsp of milk or malai and 1 tbsp of honey.  Mix to form a smooth paste and apply it to your face and neck. Let it sit for 15-20 minutes before rinsing it off with lukewarm water.

For oily skin

Papaya, banana and cucumber facial mask

Blend 1/4th papaya, 1/4th cucumber, and half a banana to form a smooth paste. Apply this on your face and neck and let it sit for 15-20 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water.

For combination skin

Papaya and tomato mask

Mash 8-10 cubes of papaya and mix it with some tomato pulp to make a smooth paste. Keep it on for 15 minutes and then rinse with lukewarm water.

Yogurt Mask

Yogurt contains lactic acid, an alpha-hydroxy acid that dissolves dead skin cells. This gentle exfoliation not only helps to create a natural glow and prevent breakouts but works to diminish the appearance of lines and wrinkles.

homemade face mask

1 teaspoon plain yogurt with 

the juice from 1/4 slice of orange, 

some of the orange pulp, 

and 1 teaspoon aloe.

Leave the mixture on your face for at least five minutes before rinsing it off.

Almond Mask

Almond face pack is an age-old beauty recipe, and women have always relied on almond powder for face and almond paste for face to revitalize their skin

Take a bowl and mix 1 tablespoon almond powder and 2 tablespoons of raw milk in it. 

Mix it well till you get a thick paste-like consistency. Now, wash your face with lukewarm water and apply this mask to your face and neck.

Keep this face mask for about 20 minutes. Rinse your face thoroughly with lukewarm water. 

You may apply this mask to your arms and legs too.

Vitamin E Capsule

Pierce the vitamin E capsule carefully and pour the contents into a bowl.

To this, add the coconut oil and mix well.

Apply this oil blend all over a clean and dry face. 

Massage it in for a few minutes.


Green Tea 

The reason that green tea has more health benefits attached to it than black tea is due to its processing. Black tea is processed in a way that allows for fermentation whereas green tea’s processing avoids the fermentation process. As a result, green tea retains the maximum amount of antioxidants and polpolyphenolshe substances that give green tea its many benefits.

Put the green tea bag into the clay or stainless steel cup.

Pour the hot water into the cup and cover it with a small lid. 

Let it steep for 3 minutes, remove the lid and remove the teabag.

Stir with a spoon and take a rejuvenating sip!

Cut Out Inflammatory food 

The human body uses inflammation to help fight illness and also protect areas from her harm. In most cases, inflammation is a necessary part of the healing process. However, some medical conditions cause faulty inflammatory responses. These are called chronic inflammatory diseases.

The main foods that people following an anti-inflammatory diet should avoid include:

processed meats

sugary drinks

trans fats, found in fried foods

white bread

white pasta


soybean oil and vegetable oil

processed snack foods, such as chips and crackers

desserts, such as cookies, candy, and ice cream

excess alcohol

Omega Fatty Acids 

Omega Fatty Acids can lower elevated triglyceride levels, can curb stiffness and joint pain, lower levels of depression., visual and neurological development in infants, lowers inflammation, a key component in asthma and also can reduce the symptoms of ADHD in some children and improve 

their mental skills These foods include:





Foods High in Antioxidant 

Eating a diet rich in antioxidants can help increase your blood antioxidant levels to fight oxidative stress and reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and cancer.

Foods high in antioxidants are:

Dark Chocolate






Potassium-Rich Food 

The human body requires at least 100 milligrams of potassium daily. 

A high potassium intake reduces the risk of overall mortality by 20 per cent. It also decreases the risk of stroke, lowers blood pressure, protects against loss of muscle mass, preserves bone mineral density, and reduces the formation of kidney stones.

The primary functions of potassium in the body include regulating fluid balance and controlling the electrical activity of the heart and other muscles.

Many fresh fruits and vegetables are rich in potassium:







The V- Exercise 

Make your eyes look wider with this simple facial exercise using your V-for-victory fingers.

Put both a middle finger from each hand between your eyebrows (above and to the side of your nose), with your index fingers on the outer corners of your eyes.

Look up and move your lower eyelids up, squinting.

Relax and repeat six more times. In the end, squeeze your eyes shut for a count of ten seconds then relax.

The Smile smoother 

Hide the teeth with the lips to make an ‘O’ shape with the mouth. 

Smile widely while keeping the teeth hidden and repeat six times. 

Next, hold the smile shape while placing one index finger on the chin. Then start to move the jaw up and down as the head tilts gently back. Relax and repeat twice more.

The Smooth Brow

This massage can be used to increase blood flow to the area, loosen tightness in the muscle, and stimulate and repair damaged tissue. All of these things combined can work to make your skin smoother than it was before

Here’s a short ten-minute massage you can perform anywhere, anytime.

Apply a teaspoon of coconut oil or olive oil to your forehead and fingers. 

This oil is mainly to prevent friction and pulling.

Gently massage your brow furrows with small circular motions for ten minutes.

Feel free to wash off the oil when you’re finished, but you can also leave it on for extended repair and healing.

The Flirty eyes 

This exercise is Good for Deep eye hollows and drooping eyebrows.

Place an index finger under each eye, pointing towards the nose.

Hide the teeth and tease the top lip and bottom lip away from each other at the mouth.

Flutter the upper eyelids while gazing at the ceiling for 30 seconds. 


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