I heard some women talking about using coffee in their nightly face regimen. As I checked on this, I found that there are indeed a lot of suggestions using coffee as a cure for wrinkles.
It is not coffee itself that actually gives this positive effect on wrinkles but the caffeine that is in it that can also be found in softdrinks, chocolates and teas. Caffeine is well-known for its antioxidant property, which is widely known as an anti-aging agent. Caffeine also has a stimulating effect on blood circulation. These benefits of caffeine are said to be obtainable not just by having them in our diet but also by directly applying it on our face as a cure for wrinkles. A lot of people, even celebrities, are saying that caffeine-containing beauty products are effective in reducing crow’s feet (wrinkles around the eyes), dark circles and eye bags. Continue reading
This “mirror, mirror on the wall who’s the fairest of them all?” is a famous line amongst young kids who dream of becoming Snow White. It sounds, yes, as the fairytale implies as a battle or competition on who is the prettiest. But, this too can be a famous line among women who are battling with their own self as the signs of aging, like wrinkles, appear on their face. The line is rephrased a bit to, “Mirror, mirror on the wall. WHAT HAS HAPPENED AFTER ALL?” Funny indeed but this struggle will only make us question, what causes wrinkles on face?
There are many underlying factors as to what causes wrinkles on face. But in this article I will name a few of the not so common factors that make wrinkles appear on our face. First, is our sugar consumption. As we age, sugar turns from sweet to bitter. Bitter that is, when wrinkles start to appear, affecting us and our quest of remaining youthful and vibrant. Continue reading