Honey contains antioxidant and antibacterial properties that help your skin stay wrinkle-free when you apply it to your face mixing with other essential natural things.
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Remedy 1 – Honey and Lemon
Take one tablespoon of honey and one tablespoon of fresh lemon juice. Mix the honey and lemon juice together and gently massage the liquid into the face and neck. Allow it to remain for twenty minutes. Wash carefully with a sponge or cotton ball soaked in lukewarm water.
Remedy 2 – Honey and Milk
Mix one tablespoon of honey into a glass of fresh milk. Rinse face with the mixture. Allow it to dry naturally and then rinse with lukewarm water.
Remedy 3 – Honey and Lemon Mixture
Add two drops of fresh lemon juice to one tablespoon of honey. Mix well. Place mixture directly on the affected area and allow to stand for ten minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water.
Remedy 4 – Honey, Almon Oil and Egg
To make a good skin cream, take one teaspoon of almond oil, two drops of perfume, two tablespoons of light honey, and one small egg. Combine in a small bowl and beat until fluffy. Spoon into a small jar and store in the refrigerator. Apply to the face and leave on for twenty minutes. Rinse off with lukewarm water. You can also use this cream for chapped hands.
Remedy 5 – Honey, Aloe Vera and Skimmed Milk
Take one-half cup of skimmed milk and add one tablespoon of honey and one teaspoon of aloe vera gel. Combine ingredients in a jar and shake well. Apply to your face morning and evening with a cotton ball. Store mixture in the refrigerator.
Remedy 6 – Honey and Egg
Combine one teaspoon of honey, one egg white (small), and one tablespoon of milk. Beat with a fork until smooth. Cleanse face and neck and then spread mixture over the face. Allow it to remain for thirty minutes or until dry and brittle. Wash off with warm water and then splash with cold water.
Disclaimer: The remedies, approaches, and techniques described here of Honey as an Anti-wrinkle Cream are meant to supplement, and not to be a substitute for, professional medical care or treatment. They should not be used to treat a serious injury or health problem without prior consultation with a qualified health care professional.
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