Experts give their advice for fighting wrinkles.
Serve tea and cucumber
“When my eyes look puffy or tired, I soak chamomile tea bags in cold water and place them over my eyelids for 10 minutes. It leaves me with pepped-up peepers.
“To temporarily tighten the complexion, I place chilled slices of cucumbers on my eyes and cheeks.”
Rivka Rose, founder, Faith In Nature skincare faithinnature.co.uk
Try “Oil Pulling”
“To maintain youthful skin I do the Ayurvedic practice of ‘oil pulling’.
“I take a teaspoon of organic sesame oil, swish it in my mouth for a minute each morning and then spit it out. It helps detoxify the body and improve skin.”
Dr Pauline Hili, founder, Nourish Skin Range, nourishskinrange.com
Drink green tea
“I drink a cup of green tea daily and keep a punnet of blueberries at my desk to nibble.
“They both provide a powerful dose of protective antioxidants that keep wrinkles at bay.”
Kristy Cimesa, founder, Elemental Herbology, elementalherbology.com
Tuck into honey
“I’m a great believer in using natural ingredients. Getting more honey in your diet is great for the face. It’s good at helping the skin absorb moisture.”
Helen Ambrosen, co-founder and product inventor, Lush, lush.co.uk
Use an ice pack
“To stimulate my skin cells, shrink fluid retention and reduce redness and visible capillaries, I wrap ice in a muslin cloth and roll it all over my face.
“It leaves you with a rosy, youthful complexion.”
Facialist Sarah Chapman sarahchapman.net