An Old DIY Trick to Minimize Crow’s Feet and Wrinkles

by Calleigh

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Have you noticed that your crow’s feet look prominent on particular occasion? Well, there’s actually a number of factors for these kinds of displeasure. One of them is losing weight, as you know, losing some weight can lead to a bit of aging. Or basically not having enough doze or perhaps you are traveling and your skin is a bit dehydrated.

As we grow older, most of us begin to notice the warning signs of old age as they tend to show up on our faces. Our skin become less hydrated and dehydration can result to a loss of circulation. Facial lines and crow’s feet is like a barometer device that indicates our age implying that we’re no longer a young person or a spring chicken. Prior to going out and purchase a number of overpriced products to minimize those crows feet and fine lines, have you ever thought that it can be done without the need of steeply-priced products? Though growing older is definitely bound to happen , protracting it’s impact can be done in our own hands and ingredients come in some sort of items available in our kitchen.

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Here’s the special formula that will help reduce your crow’s feet and fine lines thus helps fade away those dark circles.

Ingredients:
1 tbsp almond oil
2 tbsp grated cocoa butter
2 tbsp coconut oil

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Simply mix the ingredients and pop it in the microwave for 15 seconds or less ensuring that the cocoa butter has completely liquified but not to the extent that it bursts to bubble. Blend well and pour into a small container while let it sit to cool down. Apply it under the eyes before hitting the sack and put the leftover inside the fridge for future use. My grandma and mom use this trick regularly and I can see great results. You should try it too and you’ll thank me for this.

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Why Almond Oil:
Almond oil is rich of Vitamin E and Vitamin A that provide excellent hydration or moisture to your skin along with purifying pores. No wonder lot of beauty products include almond oil as part of their recipes. It also stimulate the cell-renewal process that enables to get rid of the dead skin cells. Almond oil’s skin-refining properties and capability to regenerate the suppleness of skin helps to balance the level of moisture in our skin. It could fluff up the skin cells hence, as a result, reducing the prominent facial lines or wrinkles.

Why Cocoa Butter:
Ever ask yourself why cocoa butter-enriched product is a favorite for expecting mothers to prevent or treat stretch marks? Cocoa butter is a cream-colored, sweet-smelling fat extracted from cocoa beans (cacao seeds) packed with Vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, C & E and can easily be absorbed by the skin. It is widely known as the ultimate moisturizer, coupled with its capability to hydrate, cocoa butter is loaded with anti-oxidants which is great in combating down toxins or free radicals. These free radicals obliterate healthy skin cells which is detrimental to your skin thus allowing it to age more quickly.

Why Coconut Oil:
Coconut oil can work miracles for our skin, once it is on the body, coconut oil is metamorphosed into medium-chain fatty acids that eliminate bacteria and viruses preventing free-radicals from harming connective tissue.That implies firmer skin, reduced facial lines and much less acne outbreaks. It is rich with Vitamin E and essential fatty acids (just like capric acid, myristic acid, lauric acid and more) which are anti-oxidizing, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial, exactly the kind of properties that our system joyfully reacts to.

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{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

Vanessa February 22, 2013 at 3:54 am

Will try this! btw, do you have a remedy for dark circles?

Calleigh February 22, 2013 at 10:28 am

@Vanessa
This homemade solution does help reduce dark circle as well. And I’m trying to make another post about dark circles shortly. Please come back or you can Like US on Facebook to get updates anytime.

kiran November 19, 2013 at 7:24 pm

Where can i find grated cocoa butter?

kiran November 20, 2013 at 4:31 am

please hindi mai de

Sadaf Furqan January 8, 2014 at 9:17 pm

Wht is cocoa butter…from wher i can get this..thanks

nonie February 22, 2014 at 5:36 am

Can u add turmeric to any of these moisterizerz?

Calleigh February 22, 2014 at 8:15 am

@Nonie,
You can only add turmeric if you are going to rinse it off after but this one, you need to apply this overnight.

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