Skin Care

Home remedies to treat wrinkles naturally at home

Written by Angela RosoffUpdated on 26 Sep 2022
Skin Care

Home remedies to treat wrinkles naturally at home

Written by Angela Rosoff.Updated at 26 Sep 2022
Before turning to cosmetology and invasive methods to prevent wrinkles and fine lines, take a moment to consider the myriad of natural solutions to create a smooth and radiant appearance. In the comfort of your own home, you can enhance the appearance of your face, neck, and décolleté. Read on to discover natural ways to prevent wrinkles from developing and also reduce existing wrinkles.

What’s the difference between “non-invasive” and natural solutions?

Non-invasive and natural solutions may seem like the same thing. However, non-invasive solutions can include tools like gua sha, kansa wand, and face rollers. These tools can offer dynamic stimulation to the skin of the face, neck, and décolleté. A multi-faceted approach can foster improved blood flow to the skin, offering radiance, hydration, and a glow that is unique to you. Natural solutions like hydrating with water throughout the day, facial massage with your finger tips, homemade skin masks, and facial yoga offer powerful results. Additions of natural remedies to prevent and reduce existing wrinkles create lifestyle practices that, when done daily, offer benefits to your appearance for the long term. Combining the non-invasive and natural solutions fills out your personal toolkit as you emerge from your daily lifestyle practices looking fresh and radiant. The best thing about this, unlike medical spa visits, is that you can do some of these practices daily.

What results to expect from natural and non-invasive and natural solutions?

Long-Term Effect

When daily practice is applied with a dynamic face yoga sequence, you will see fewer lines and wrinkles over time. Adding natural facial masks daily or weekly, you will find a refinement in the skin’s appearance and glow. Lymphatic massage to the neck and décolleté offers a lessening of saggy skin. Massage and dermal-rolling minimizes the appearance of a double chin and turkey neck. Daily massage offers a minimizing and filling effect of defined wrinkles, yet requires dynamic curation of a daily face yoga sequencing. Changing and alternating the sequences over the course of the week offers a total lift all of the muscles in the face.

Immediate Effect

Right away, you will see radiance and blood flow to the skin’s surface after facial yoga, massage, face rolling, and after removing a face mask. The immediate solutions build over time to create an appearance that is supple and soft.

Build-up Effect

A rosy or glowing complexion while it can happen overnight, it builds like interest in a savings account. Hydration below the skin’s surface in the form of blood flow and good sebum creation offers radiant benefits that are both immediate and long term, as well. When we create good blood flow over time, the tone of the skin appears to be of good color to the nature of the skin.

Natural Remedies to Minimize Wrinkles

Dermal Rollers

These can be high ticket items like the obsidian stone roller used for thousands of years in China as a beauty aid. Rolling with crystals and stones like obsidian, jade, rose quartz, and amethyst (to name a few) offers a cooling and anti-inflammatory effect on the skin. Use of these kinds of rollers are enhanced when we roll onto cleansed skin with additions. The lubrication enhances the motion of the rolling, providing a “slip” that doesn’t pull the skin while rolling. The cooling effect of the stones and crystals fosters tightening of the pores, as well as blood circulation to the dermal layers. In this video, Alicia Keys uses her obsidian roller after submerging in ice. This video shows how to use the jade roller while applying a facial mask. Adding mantras, massage, mindfulness practices, and as an addition before and after your meditation practice enlivens the uplifting and sculpting qualities of your mind, body, and spirit.

Gua Sha

Gua Sha, or Gua Shua, offers elimination of stagnant energy and cooling quality to the skin and body overall. By removing stuck energy and inflammation, gua sha becomes a great holistic practice and often applied alongside acupuncture. See our full article on it in the Luvly blog.

Ice Rollers

Warm up your skin routine with trends that work: put your tools on ice! Ice rollers are made to be effective with use straight from the freezer. Often made of plastic, silicone, metal, and combinations, this cooling tool reduces inflammation. As you roll to tighten pores and improve inflammation, the temperature leverages your self-care time with the value of a cooling massage. This is perfect for applying serums after cleansing. Ice Rollers also act as a sculpting agent for areas of interest like the neck, cheeks, cupids bow, and eye area. It is great to use a smaller ice rolling tool for the edges of the eyes and the areas around the nose. Special note: Please allow the ice roller to temper so your skin doesn’t get stuck on the ice roller.

Kansa Wand

In Ayurveda, the Kansa wand is the tool of choice for lymphatic massage and cooling and gently warming the skin to offer anti-inflammatory benefits and a robust glow to the skin. This practice dates back to the Bronze Age, about 5,000 years ago. Kansa, in Sanskrit, कांस्य, has multiple meanings of: “bronze”, and “shine”, among other translations. This ancient practice has been revered for the purifying holistic qualities that bronze and alloys of bronze carry to the skin. Lowering inflammation, toning the skin, and offering a lifting suppleness with applied in upward motions, following the anatomy of the facial structure, we find that use of kansa wand with facial oils offers an opportunity for the oils to better absorb with kansa wand massage. After a 10 - 15 minute kansa massage session, the cooling nature of the oil is warmed and this helps the oils absorb below the surface layer of the skin. Special notes: You may experience an oxidizing effect toward the end of the kansa wand massage, this is a simple reaction from the metal and oils on the skin and can be washed off simply. Avoid kansa wand use, if you have metal allergies.

All Natural DIY Facial Masks & Peels

We are sharing a few easy-to-make-at-home masks and peels. Generally, facial masks and peels in a doctor or aesthetician’s office are more expensive than the simple ingredients that are common in these recipes: Creating a simple mask that could literally be eaten not only saves the wallet, but also offers a fresh quality that show results on the skin. Employ creative license to make creations that suit your unique skin type with these ingredients:
  • Yogurt (dairy or vegan)
  • Egg white membrane
  • Matcha tea, powdered
  • Dried or fresh strawberries or blueberries
  • Toning Water
  • Turmeric
  • Rose petals
  • Avocado
Try the masks below to let go of stress and inflammation while experiencing improved blood circulation.

Stress Relieving Mask Recipe

Brighten and tone your skin’s appearance. According to Marie Claire magazine, “Less is more”. In this two ingredient mask, you will wash away dull and sallow looking skin to reveal less stress and more radiance. Here’s what you need to do:
  1. Mix one teaspoon of turmeric and one tablespoon of honey to make a smooth paste.
  2. Apply the mask mixture to your clean, dry face and leave for 15-20 minutes.
  3. Rinse with lukewarm water then seal in the goodness with a moisturizer of choice.

Soothing Hydration Mask

Adding cocoa to a skin mask may sound delicious, but this alkali ingredient helps to sooth inflammation. Combining with the soothing moisture of avocado and the warming and pore-tightening miracle properties of honey, you reveal soothing powers of natural ingredients from your pantry and fruit bowl!
  1. Into a bowl, mash one quarter of an avocado, one tablespoon of cocoa and one tablespoon of honey. Mix well.
  2. Apply the mask to your clean, dry skin for 10 minutes.
  3. Wash and rinse off with warm water then add serum and moisturize as usual.

Yogurt and Berry Acid Peel Mask

Combining the clearing power of lactic acid from yogurt and the fruit acids from berries, you will experience a natural polishing effect to the skin that is powerful for a day that you want to have a “no-makeup” day. You will even feel the tingling sensation as this gentle acid is powered up by the probiotic nature of the yogurt to leave nurtured and glowing skin after you rinse off the mask.
  1. Into a bowl or blender, combine 1 tablespoon of yogurt and two strawberries, blueberries, or raspberries. Mix well.
  2. Apply the mask to your clean, dry skin for 10-20 minutes. It is ok if the mask dries, but do not leave it on for more than 20 minutes.
  3. Wash and rinse off with warm water then add serum and moisturize as usual.


With so many ways to try daily solutions in the comfort of your home you can save on expensive dermal fillers and procedures. Additionally, you can experiment to find a few systems which also benefit your confidence as you add dermal rollers, massage, face yoga, and facial masks to your daily routines.