Natural wrinkle creams and two homemade recipes

Natural wrinkle creams and two homemade recipes

You can make your own creams full of antioxidants that regenerate your cells and protect them against premature aging.

Natural wrinkle creams and two homemade recipes

We know, from the information we constantly receive, that antioxidants are essential for the health of the cells and tissues of our body or for delaying the signs of skin aging. But what are they and what are they for? How can we take advantage of them?

Antioxidants are natural substances synthesized by plants to defend themselves and are present in fruits, leaves, branches and even roots. Among the most common antioxidants are vitamins A, C, and E, beta-carotenes, polyphenols, lycopene, lutein, and selenium. All have a lesser or greater degree of protective and preventive action, although the most powerful antioxidant is found in blueberries and is a polyphenol called pterostilbene.


Antioxidants preserve and activate the organoleptic properties of food and these, when ingested, protect our cells. They have anti-inflammatory properties, help regulate blood glucose, prevent myocardial infarction, stroke, neurodegenerative processes, strengthen immunity and even have anti-cancer properties. They are also essential in anti-aging or anti-aging cosmetics, as they fight free radicals that accelerate oxidation and aging of the skin.

Cosmetic antioxidants are, in addition to vitamins E and C and coenzyme Q10, any substance that contains them and can generate a protective, repairing or preventive action against the signs of aging, such as mallow extract or red vine extract, rich in resveratrol.


Vegetable oils rich in essential fatty acids are highly antioxidant and act as an anti-aging agent. Among these wonderful oils we find the oil of raspberry seeds, blueberries, rice, abbacy, borage, hemp, safflower, sea buckthorn, wheat germ, pomegranate, black currant, kiwi, flax, tomato seed, perilla, prickly pear, butter mango and rosehip. With them you can make repairing and preventive serums, creams, lotions and anti-age eye contour.


Ingredients for 15 g:

  • 12 g of aloe vera gel
  • 33 drops of distilled or mineral water
  • 20 drops of blueberry or raspberry vegetable oil
  • 2 drops of geranium essential oil (EA)
  • 2 drops of cistus or cyst AE


  1. To measure the ingredients, use a jeweler’s scale and an eyedropper.
  2. Put the aloe gel in a bowl and add the ingredients one by one, stirring between each addition so that everything is well integrated.
  3. Pour into a dosing bottle or roll-on. It lasts one month.
  4. Apply a small amount of serum to face and neck and massage until completely absorbed. Avoid the outline of the eyes.
  5. A final tip: prepare a small amount, whatever you are going to consume in about a month.


This serum, with antioxidant ingredients that will provide a rejuvenating effect, is ideal for mature, delicate, dry or irritated skin thanks to the soothing and restorative effect of aloe vera.


Ingredients for 10 g:

  • 8 g aloe vera gel
  • 22 drops of prickly pear oil
  • 2 drops of hyaluronic acid
  • 2 drops of coenzyme Q 10


  1. Put the aloe gel in a container and add the hyaluronic acid, mix and add the prickly pear oil and coenzyme Q10. Stir well until all the ingredients are integrated.
  2. Pour the preparation into a roll-on bottle with a syringe and store in a cool, dark place. Lasts up to 3 months in the fridge.
  3. Apply daily and massage into expression lines until absorbed.


This contour is rich in oils with vitamins A and E. In addition, we add anti-aging active ingredients that regenerate, hydrate and firm the skin around the eyes.


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