05-03-2012, 02:35 PM #1
Best way to firm skin?
Just wandering your opinions on the best product for skin firming and a lift effect, minus the surgery?
05-05-2012, 12:39 AM #2
you can try the RF beauty machine, the price 650USD to 1500USD per set; if you don't so much budget, maybe
you can try the derma roller, it's also popular, just need below 10 USD per piece, while the effect is excellent.
FYI and if you have any questions, please freely to contact me, i would like to communicate with you more. )
05-14-2012, 04:50 AM #3
Your hands. Massage your skin to help stimulate blood flow, vitamin e oil is also good for skin elasticity.
05-18-2012, 02:33 PM #4
Thanks for the tips. Will look into RF and try the massage and Vitamin E oil. SHould it be a firm massage? Is it possible to massage skin to hard?
05-19-2012, 01:44 PM #5
yes it is possible to massage the skin too hard. there are a lot of cosmetic companies out there that are now making products to fade fine lines and tighten skin. loreal, neutrogena, aveno, covergirl, roc, oil of olay, just to name a few. if i were you would go for the cheapest first. no use putting out a lot of money for something that does the same thing less expensively.
06-08-2012, 03:55 AM #6
You can look for good natural skin care products as natural ingredients are good for the skin. Massage is also good for the skin. But if you have any doubts about whether you should have a massage, talk to your doctor or dermatologist.
06-28-2012, 04:21 PM #7
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Raw Vitamins! Look for products that contain all natural ingredients such as plant extracts and fruit along with vitamins. Putting raw vitamins on your skin will give your skin a nice, healthy glow.
07-08-2012, 06:50 AM #8
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As an experienced cosmetic surgeon, I would recommend either Titan light therapy or SkinTyte procedures. These are minimally invasive skin tightening procedures that rely on light energy to firm the skin. Both procedures do not require any downtime and are much more effective than any product that is applied on the skin.
07-09-2012, 08:26 AM #9
Top 4 Natural Methods
Anyone in the industry of skin knows that beautiful skin doesn’t come without drinking plenty of water. Water helps your skin have the elasticity it needs to stay nice and firm, it also helps to clear up any blemishes. The recommended intake is eight to ten 8oz glasses per day.
2. ESSENTIAL OILS
There are a number of essential oils out there that will help to firm up your skin. Among them are lemon, lavender, fennel, geranium, frankincense, rose, rosemary, myrrh, clary sage, cypress, helichrysum, orange, oregano, sandalwood, thyme, and ylang ylang. Always use a carrier oil when using essential oils. One way to use the oils is to apply them topically to the area with a carrier oils such as coconut oil or add them to your lotion or face cream. Another way is to mix them with bath salts such as epsom salts or dead sea salts and add them to a bath.
3. WHITE CLAY
White clay mixed with a little cream and some vanilla essential oil makes for a perfect mask to help tighten and moisturize your skin.
Raw honey is great for hydrating and soothing the skin. This is great to use on the skin as a mask before a shower or bath. Warm the honey slightly so that it moves nicely on the skin. Apply to area, and let sit for 15 minutes and rinse off.
07-30-2012, 12:25 PM #10
Skin Tightening Procedures
You can have substantially effectual consequences by way of surgeries. Clients may generally have complications pursuing these though, with regards to safety measures and time. Besides the perspectives of people about the best skin tightening procedure, the real fact is that surgeries have drastically decreased in their popularity due to growing non-surgical cures.
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