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As experts from the cosmetic surgery clinic in Seattle La Belle Vie point out, prevention is more effective than repair. With the right care, you can enjoy vitality and elasticity of your skin for longer. There is a wide variety of anti-aging skin care products on the market. Despite this, it is difficult to choose products that wouldn’t contain substances that can be potentially harmful to our health, such as plastics or glycerin. That’s why nowadays many people opt for natural, homemade cosmetics that will keep their skin young and healthy. Here are some examples of natural products you can use to give your skin the care it deserves:

Fighting wrinkles

With the decrease in collagen production, our skin loses elasticity and wrinkles appear. However, you can reduce this process with some healthy, natural skin care products:

Sunflower oil

Sunflower oil is rich in vitamin E which works as a great nutrient and antioxidant for our skin. It neutralizes free radicals which can cause damage to healthy cells. Sunflower can also moisturize dry skin: mixed with greek yogurt and lemon juice can be used as an anti aging moisturizing face mask.


Cucumbers are commonly used to reduce dark circles under the eyes but they can also be used for wrinkle prevention. They contain vitamin C and caffeic acid, antioxidants which help build collagen. Cucumbers can also moisturize your skin and act as a natural toner due to its cooling effect.

Fighting dullness

With maturity, the process of cell renewal slows down and a buildup of old cells causes the skin to look dull. Here are some example of natural products that will help you get back your skin’s youthful glow:


That’s right! Sugar used in food products does not have a good reputation when it comes to the impact it has on our dietary habits but it can do wonders for our skin. It can be used as a natural exfoliant even for sensitive skin. Combine 2 tablespoons of sugar with one tablespoon of coconut oil and use this homemade scrub once a week for the best results.


Coffee is a key ingredient of many naturally produced scrubs. It can be mixed with olive or coconut oil, and organic honey or brown sugar. This delicious mixture can be applied to your face and the rest of your body as well. However, remember not to use it more often than twice a week as too much scrubbing can irritate your skin.

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