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Home remedies for sagging skin

Over time, ageing signs start to appear on our skin and we will do anything to get rid of them. Apart from time, an unhealthy lifestyle, pollution, sun exposure, smoking, weight fluctuations or stress can also provoke your skin different conditions and changes.

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Nowadays’ technology offers us a series of interventions and treatments that are quite expensive, provoke some pain and eventually are not that effective as they promise to be. Fortunately there are some homemade remedies that we recommend you and which, over time, will restore your skin its beauty and elasticity.

Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe Vera has anti-ageing properties, being able to prevent and treat wrinkles or fine lines. All you should do is to apply some Aloe Vera gel on the sagging skin and massage gently.


Apply some mashed carrots on your sagging skin and leave it rest for about an hour. Your face will be more clear and wrinkle-free.

Lemon juice

Lemon is a very powerful astringent with anti-inflammatory properties, which restores your skin its elasticity. Just rub some lemon juice on your skin and let it action overnight. The next morning clean your skin.


Apply some tomato juice on the affected area two times a day. Because it is a powerful astringent, your face will be fresh and beautiful again.

Egg white

Egg white has amazing astringent properties, reducing the ageing signs from your face. A simple mask with egg white or egg white combined with other ingredients can make you forget about wrinkles, under eye bags or fine lines.


Potatoes have bleaching properties, helping your skin reduce the aspect of dark spots and other ageing elements.


Sagging skin can be considered a bad dream if you decide to rub cabbage juice on your skin. Cabbage contains many vitamins and nutrients that provide the skin everything it needs. You can also combine it with honey if you wish for glowing skin or with rice flour and egg white in order to tighten your skin.


Mash a banana, apply it like a mask on your face and you will forget about sagging skin. We recommend you to mix it with vitamin E, in order to have a young and fresh look.


Apply some cucumber juice and let it on your face until it dries out, then rinse it off. Your skin will be tone and smooth again.


Remove your wrinkles with pineapple extract. It is a very cheap and effective remedy.


Papaya is rich in antioxidants and protects your facial skin from the action of free radicals, by minimizing your pores. You can combine it with vitamin C for skin rejuvenation or with honey and rice flour in order to prevent your skin from being saggy again.

Olive oil

Rich in antioxidants, vitamin A and E, olive oil manages to restore the skin its glow and firmness. These nutrients stimulate cell regeneration and collagen production.


Honey is a very powerful ingredient that manages to hydrate and reduce the aspect of your wrinkles and fine lines after several applications. Mix ½ cup of honey with several drops of lime juice and olive oil and apply it on your skin as a mask.


Mash an avocado and apply it on your face. The affected skin will absorb all the nutrients – vitamin and fats – and will offer you a natural, young look.


Turmeric has amazing bleaching and anti-inflammatory properties, leaving your skin soft and tone, just like a baby’s.


Watermelons have astringent and hydrating properties, improving the aspect of your skin very easily. They also protect your skin from free radicals, in this way, preventing the formation of wrinkles and other ageing signs.

Rose water

Rose water moistures your skin in depth and restores its freshness. It is a powerful astringent which sanitizes and tones your skin, reducing the sagging look. These happen thanks to its rich composition of vitamins, flavonoids and antioxidants. In addition, it stimulates blood circulation if applied directly on the affected areas.

Home remedies for sagging skin

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