7 Natural Ways to Firm Sagging Skin


Sagging skin is a natural process on your face as you grow older. It is more evident under the jaw and below the eyes. Wailing over sagging skin will never help. It takes a little caution and a few tricks to make up for the loss of elastin and collagen from your skin.
There are quite a few remedies that you can perform at home to regain your natural skin texture. Get rid of that sagging skin and make yourself look younger with these simple home remedies to the rescue.

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Egg white mask

Egg white coupled with thyme oil as a mask is one of the most effective remedies for skin sagging and wrinkles. Egg white stimulates the production of collagen and thyme oil helps to rehydrate your skin. This combo helps you to tighten your loose skin in the most effective way.

Banana face pack

A face pack made of one mashed ripe banana, one tablespoon of honey and one teaspoon of olive oil helps to firm sagged skin and delivers an instant glow. It also helps to lock in the moisture that helps to lift sagged skin and regulate sebum production.

Paste of turmeric and water

Make a paste of turmeric with water and mask it over your face evenly. Allow to dry for 15 minutes and wash off with cold water. This remedy is effective when worked on a weekly basis and ensures that your skin regains its elasticity.

Mask of strawberry and yogurt

Crush a few strawberries, add yogurt to make a paste and apply it to your face. Retain the mask for a few minutes and wash. This mix acts as a toner and helps to tighten sagging skin. It improves blood circulation and imparts a new and fresh look to your face.

Tomato juice

Squeeze out fresh tomato juice and apply on the skin surface and twirl in gentle upper circular motion. Perform this for about five minutes and then wash off with cold water. Constant application of tomato juice will help you tighten the sagging skin while ensuring reduction in pores and making your skin look bright.

Sandalwood mask

Pure sandalwood paste exfoliates your skin and tightens sagging skin, while delivering a natural glowing look. Sandalwood is one of the most amazing natural treatments that helps to do away with acne, dry spots, oily skin, sweat, and more. Instead of purchasing the powder, it is advised that you rub the stick against a solid mortar or a rough surface with water to make a paste of sandalwood.

Normal skin exfoliation

Relax in a long hot bath with sea salt. It helps in skin firming and improves your overall skin tone. Perform this for a week to get rid of your sagging skin, perk up your muscles, and restore youthful looks as before. Also find out here, habits that can destroy your looks.

 

Getting rid of sagging skin is easier than it appears. So, what are you waiting for? Get ready to rejuvenate your skin and look as youthful as ever!

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