How to Reduce Face Wrinkles with Ordinary Water

July 15, 2009

Beauty, Beauty Remedies

Have you ever sprinkled your face with water to try to moisturize and reduce your face wrinkles?  One day when I was spraying my roses, my mother told me to do the same with my face. Hmmmm, to spray my face?  Yes, indeed. She gave me this tip a long time ago and as always, she new what she was talking about.How to Reduce Face Wrinkles with Ordinary Water

With age our skin loses ability to hold moisture, so here is a tip how easily we can help our face get more moisture and reduce fine lines.

We can spray our faces with water the way we spray flowers, orchids in particular. The only difference is that the water should be purified. By the way, do you use shower head filter? As I  mentioned  in the article Why Strawberries, Peaches and Cherries Can Be Dangerous for Our Health, it’s better and safer to use purified water while showering in order to avoid toxins overload ( toxic chemicals penetrating through our skin, especially if water is hot and our pores are open).

To mist our skin from time to time during the day we can use rose or lavender water from a store or the one we can make ourselves: all we need is a bottle with a pump sprayer and purified water. We can also add some rose or lavender essential oils, but plain water will work perfectly well.

If you work at home and are not wearing makeup, you can use any spray. If you worry about disturbing your makeup, then try to find a very fine spray. Mist your skin at least three times a day – the more often, the better especially for wrinkled and aging skin.

P.S. If you missed my interview with naturopath Pamela Reilly on my radio show for women “Feel and Look Fabulous with Irina”, it’s the right time to catch up. Click here to listen to Tips On How to Take Care of Our Dry Skin.

Don’t forget to breathe, smile and be happy if you want to feel and look fabulous.


©Irina Wardas, HHC

Women’s Holistic Health, Nutrition and Relationship Expert

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