Try these 8 natural solutions instead of Botox
This is a tip that comes straight from Dr Oz. Argireline is a needle free ingredient used in the best skin creams and serums that “works just like Botox.”
The doctor suggests it should be a featured ingredient in your skin creams. A recommended concentration is 5-10%.
If you are using products with the wrong ingredients you will never see the results you are hoping for. Look for skin creams that contain Argireline.
#2: Microdermabrasion: (Use The PMD Device)
PMD is an all natural way of triggering the body’s cells to renew and replenish. PMD helps diminish the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, brown spots, and evens skin tone and texture and blemishes.
Botox deadens the body’s muscles for awhile so it appears that you have no wrinkles or fine lines for a time. PMD doesn’t cover up the problem like botox does, it treats the problem using your own body. PMD gives lasting results, takes 10 minutes or less and helps with more skin issues than just getting botox done for wrinkles and fine lines.
#3: Facial Masks
Masks are not a new idea, they are used to fight acne, dry skin, oily skin, and tighten skin. The hard part is knowing what mask to try on your skin.
Here is a mask recipe that can be made at home that is designed simply to increase the moisture in your skin. Moisture in your skin is important because it helps maintain the elasticity that keeps your skin looking firm and smooth. Recipe: an egg (beaten) mixed with yogurt and rosewater – leave on your face for 10-15 minutes, then wipe off with a wash cloth and warm water.
#4: Facial Yoga
It sounds strange but it is basically yoga positions that strengthen the muscles in your face. As we get older our face starts to lose its muscle toning, that is a major cause for dropping cheeks, eyes lines and sagging skin. Here’s a video to get you started that’s great for beginners.
#5: Alpha Hydroxy Acids
This is another ingredient to seek out in your beauty products, they are natural acids found in milk and fruits. They are a weak acid but highly effective to exfoliate your skin.
If you haven’t tried Alpha Hydroxy Acid Products they are definitely worth a first or second look.
#6: Coenzyme Q10
This tip is simple, take 100 to 300 milligrams Coenzyme Q10 daily. Scientific evidence is starting to show that this supplement can act as an antioxidant and engergizer.
Ultimately what this does is slow and help prevent harmful effects of the sun.
#7: Omnilux Light Therapy
Dr Colin Whitehurst used photodynamic light to active photosensitive drugs on skin cancers. He discovered instead thought the lesion around the skin were disappearing.
Because of this discovery the Omnilux light therapy was developed and unlike its competitors it doesn’t require puncturing the skin. It does not have harmful UVA or UVB rays and leaves no residual skin damage. It can be pricery to receive treatment but might be worth a consultation if you are looking into more natural botox solutions.
#8: Coconut Oil
Simple, fragant and enjoyable coconut oil is definitely a favorite skin care treatment. Coconut oil helps hydrate and repair connective tissues in the face that can lead to saggy looking skin. Coconut oil can be found in a variety of creams and serums or in pure form at many health food stores. It is an inexpensive, fun addition to your skin care routine.