Best Natural Tips to Tighten Facial Skin

Tight and clear skin that gleams with healthy color and has an even texture can only result from daily attention.The simple but vital key to good skin care is cleanliness, removing grime, excess oils, perspiration, make up at least twice daily.

Cleaning up is not stripping the skin but gently removing the surface debris. The skin problems such as puffiness, breakouts, dullness or redness all indicate that the body’s vital energy or your skin is not flowing efficiently.When you are in stress, you hold a lot of tension in your face, especially along the jawline.

Many women are scared to tug or pull the skin for fear of causing wrinkles; as a result, their skins often look dull. You do not pull the skin; you just stimulate it and without that, skin is more prone to fold and wrinkles. Proper massage stimulates skin cells to lay down new collagen fibers under wrinkles, toning and/or relaxing different muscles to combat sagging and restore glow. With the help of these wonderful massage and cleansing techniques that are given below you could melt away lines and wrinkles at home and restore skin to vibrate.

Best Natural Tips to Tighten Facial Skin

Natural Face Wash (liquid) and Cleansers

Even sensitive skins can take face wash liquid of the fragrance free type. We suggest you to avoid the harsh alkaline soaps which strip the skin of its natural oils. Today’s market offers non alkaline face wash, complexion liquids or soap less soaps which don’t form a scum even in hard water. Because soaps will only clean; they can’t actually moisturize the skin since they are rinsed off the skin’s surface. Another problem is that most soaps will not remove stubborn make up so the face wash are best used in the morning and evening.

Milky cleansers also come in the form of liquid soaps and cleansing milks are light, fluffy, water based and easily rinsed off.

Best Homemade Face Wash Recipe


Aloe Vera – One cup

Almond Oil – 4 tablespoons

Lemon Oil – 1 tablespoon

Rose Water – Half cup

Soapnut Extracts – 1 tablespoon


Mix all the ingredients in a pottery bowl leave it for one hour. Now keep it in a glass or jelly container. To use shake it well before use then apply few drops on your wet face and rub it softly in circle motion for one minute with your finger tips. Now wash with normal water.


Natural Facial Toners

Facial toner removes the last traces of these cleansing agents and will go further if you apply them with slightly damp cotton pads. Their astringent properties boost the skin’s circulation, tighten the pores and provide a pleasant feeling.

To see if your skin is thoroughly cleansed, one of the simplest spot checks is to wipe your face with a pad of cotton wool dampened with water and witch hazel, using the edges of the pad to wipe in the creases at the sides of nose and center of chin. Check the pad for any signs of dirt.

Best Homemade Facial Toner Recipe


Rose Water – One cup

Steeped Green Tea – 1/4 cup


Make the green tea by pouring 1/4 cup freshly boiled water over one green tea bag cover it for 5 to 6 minutes. Now place it to cool and then mix it together with one cup rose water. Apply it on your face and remove after five minutes with a cotton pad.

Natural Moisturizers

Morning moisturizers should be suited to your skin type and be lighter than night creams. Remember, you don’t want tight, taut skin nor do you want a greasy face to start the day. You want smooth, moisturized, clean skin. If your skin tends to be oily then opt for one of the specially formulated under base moisturizers for a fine protective. If you want to show off clear skin without any foundation then try some of the natural moisturizers for a healthy glow.

Best Homemade Facial Moisturizer Recipe


Cocoa Butter – 6 tablespoons

Lavender Oil  – 3 tablespoons

Almond Oil – 2 tablespoons

Honey – 1 tablespoon


Mix all the ingredients in a bowl finely and apply it on your face. After massage for 5 to 6 minutes remove it with cotton balls. This wonderful homemade moisturizer work much better than commercial moisturizers.