Why would you bother with non-surgical facelift recipes?
Here’s one reason: An average facelift cost is between $6,000 – $15,000. Now, all these non-surgical facelift recipes are not a guarantee of quick, overnight results but they are natural, healthy, and if used regularly, are sure to give you good results.
The most popular natural facelift is the one containing egg yolks. There are, however, a couple of fruits we use often that can be used as great ingredients for a facelift. Without leaving any scars!
Simple kiwi skin firmer
Kiwi is very similar to lemon in that it contains Vitamin C. It improves the overall look of the skin and makes it elastic.
- 1 ripe kiwi (peeled)
- 1 teaspoon of honey
- Mix the kiwi in a blender or mash with a fork if it is soft
- Strain the excess liquid (juice) and add he teaspoon of honey
- Apply the mass on the face and leave on for 20 minutes
- Rinse off with warm water
When you think of cherries, the first thing that comes to mind is a cherry pie 🙂 But, it can be used as a very efficient mask that firms the skin’s top layer and diminishes the appearance of wrinkles and lines. Its red pigment is also a powerful antioxidant.
Cherry natural facelift
- 30 ripe cherries (remove the pits)
- 2 tablespoons of honey
- Blend the cherries in a blender or mash them if they are ripe enough
- Add honey and combine the two
One more tip since I am talking about cherries.
If your skin type is dry there is one thing you can do. Cut the cherry in half and go with it over the face. Rinse off with warm water. It is a great way to restore natural glow and moisture.