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What is a Home Face Lift?

By Pamela Pleasant
Updated Jan 29, 2024
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A home face lift is a way to tighten and lift sagging facial skin at home. There are natural ways to gently firm up the facial skin using certain kinds of food. Specific brands of creams and lotions can be used, which claim to have a tightening effect on the skin. Unlike a surgical face lift that can be expensive, time consuming, and painful, a home face tightening remedy takes little time and costs almost nothing. A home face lift will probably not produce dramatic results but it can tighten the skin temporarily.

An egg white mask can be used as a home face lift. Egg whites are applied to the face and neck and allowed to dry. When this mixture completely dries it can be rinsed off with cool water. After the procedure, the face will feel revitalized and firmer. Lysozyme is an enzyme found in egg whites, which is responsible for the tightening sensation felt in the face during this procedure.

Exercise is another way to tighten the face naturally. This is called facial toning and it consists of moving certain areas of the face to firm up the skin. It helps to reduce sagging and to rebuild the dropping muscles in the face. Facial toning is considered to be the safest way to get a home face lift but it can take several months to see any kind of improvement.

Face lift creams and lotions can help to eliminate fine lines and wrinkles and also tighten up facial skin. These contain vitamins that help to replenish the skin. These vitamins also contain antioxidants, which are known to fight off free radicals and environmental damage due to air pollution or cigarette smoke. Creams can also keep the skin hydrated, which can plump up wrinkles, making them less visible. Using firming lotions and creams is another way to get a home face lift quickly and inexpensively.

A laser lift machine uses a low-level light to combat the signs of aging, which is also considered a home face lift remedy. This machine can be used at home and it considered safe and effective. It is a non-surgical procedure and it is used in combination with a skin tightening serum. Using acupuncture principals, it enhances the overall appearance of the face. A laser tipped pen is used to deliver the light to specific areas on the face.

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Discussion Comments
By Ocelot60 — On Apr 15, 2014

@rundocuri- A third option for people who don't want to have surgery but want more results than an at-home face lift can provide are infectible facial fillers. These injections are less expensive, require no downtime, and are easy to have done by a trusted doctor. In addition, for many people, the results of these fillers is long-lasting and just as good as those they would get from a surgical face lift.

By Rundocuri — On Apr 14, 2014

The information in this article is very interesting, and provides some advice that may benefit people who want to tighten their facial skin with a natural face lift. However, these at-home remedies will not replace a surgical face lift. This is especially true for people with excessive skin sagging and loose facial muscles.

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