How to Make Homemade Wrinkle Cream That I Use

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  1. giannis1

    giannis1 New Member

    Mar 13, 2010
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    Hello TFS fellow members, I hope you had a great 4th of July holiday:smile:...

    As a new member here on this awesome forum, I just wanted to take a minute and share with you an easy recipe of how to make anti-wrinkle cream. Why am I doing this? because it's my way on saying "Nice To Meet You":smile:

    You want to start with an avocado and just make three slices, which this is about three-eights of an avocado. It's nice and ripe, easily mushable. And then you're going to take about five drops of almond oil, kay? Three, four, five. That's about it.

    Now the reason that this is such a good anti-wrinkle cream for the skin is that avocados are very, very rich in anti-oxidants, very, very rich in fatty acids, which all of that we need to plump the skin which in turn will diminish wrinkles. Almond oil is also very hydrating that's the hydration is needed to plump the skin.

    It can be very soothing as well and you can put this on the whole face and you want to get it so it's mushed up to a nice paste. You can see what I'm doin' there. This is so easy.

    You could use olive oil, too, if you don't have almond oil. Almond oil is my favorite though. It's very similar to the consistency of the, of our oil in in the skin already so it's a familiar environment for it therefore our skin absorbs it better. So you have a nice paste. You could take it by your fingers if you want.

    You could use a facial brush, put it around the eyes. The beauty of this is you can get really close to the eyes and you're going to see a difference in those lines and wrinkles. You can put it all over the face or you can just concentrate on wrinkled areas.

    Let me know if you guys have homemade stuff that you like... :smile:

    Your Friend,

  2. carmen_kass

    carmen_kass Active Member

    Jun 17, 2007
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    Hey! Thanks so much and welcome to TFS! I'll definitly try this.
    #2 carmen_kass, Jul 9, 2010
    Last edited by moderator : Jul 9, 2010

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