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Reduce Wrinkles and Fine Lines Using Honey, Lemon, Nutmeg and Cinnamon Mask

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Can lemon juice alone help reduce fine lines?

I have really bad and visible lines around my mouth that show every time I smile and I desperately need them to go because they make me look old and am only 21, so will lemon juice alone help reduce them? If yes how long could it possibly be taken?. I have tried: I have not tried anything yet. I think it was caused by: I think I smile and laugh too much but I also think it could be natural causes

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Any time you apply any kind of nutrient-rich vegetable matter to your face, it can help your skin cells renew and regenerate themselves. However, using straight lemon or lime juice on your face is not recommended because it is very acidic and certain kinds of citrus, especially key limes can actually burn the upper layer of your dermis. It is best to mix the lemon juice with a bit of yogurt before you apply it to your face. The lactic acids in the yogurt will work in conjunction with the lemon juice to gently remove the skin cells on the top layer of the skin and hopefully minimize the look of your deep wrinkles.

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What shall I use for dark patches on upper part of eyebrows and wrinkles round the mouth?

Have tried so many creams, nothing seems to work

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