obody wants to look aged. Unfortunately, the natural aging process cannot be halted or reversed. Appearance of wrinkles and fine lines on your face indicates that your skin is aging rapidly. Wrinkles on the forehead are particularly problematic as they add years to your face that in most cases cannot be concealed with makeup. However, aging is not the sole cause of the formation of forehead creases. Frown lines are often seen in younger individuals. These are the results of habitual repetitive movements of muscles of the forehead while frowning, experiencing emotions or when you are stressed. Though these wrinkles can be erased with the help of cosmetic procedures, they are expensive and need the expertise of a well-known cosmetic surgeon that few can afford. Fortunately, there are a few natural remedies that most individuals can easily avail to minimize the appearance of the fine lines and wrinkles on the forehead.
The contractions and extensions of the skin that occur repeatedly while moving particular facial muscle damage the extracellular fibers present in the dermis or the layer of the skin that lies underneath the epidermis or the outer layer of the skin. However, the skin’s natural healing process could not restore the original appearance of the skin. The damaged collagen and elastin fibers are initially replaced by longer collagen fibers. The long collagens accumulate in the affected area and make the skin loose and stiff. As a result, big folds develop on the skin. Further contractions of long collagen break the long fiber which is replaced by shorter fibers. The shorter fibers limit the contraction capacity of the long fibers, making the wrinkles a permanent feature of your face. 
Depletion of natural oil and loss of subcutaneous fats make the aging skin susceptible to wrinkling. Wrinkling is accelerated by exposure to the ultraviolet radiation of the sun. The UV radiation breaks down the skin’s supportive structure comprising of the collagen and elastin fibers. The incidence of premature skin aging is higher among smokers owing to changes in the blood supply to the skin. Repeated facial expressions further encourage wrinkle formation. 
How to Reduce Forehead Wrinkles Naturally
Natural remedies help in reducing the appearance of wrinkles. Taking appropriate care of the facial skin is believed to be most effective in delaying wrinkling of the skin.
1. Moisturize Skin
Adding moisture to the skin is one of the best natural strategies of arresting premature wrinkling of the skin. Wrinkles are especially visible on the face of individuals with dry skin. On the other hand, owing to the abundance of natural oil in the skin, individuals with oily skin can keep wrinkles at bay for a longer time. The best time to moisturize the skin is immediately after a bath or shower. Applying cream or lotion to the skin helps to seal the moisture added to your skin during the shower.
Avoid moisturizers that contain alcohol because it tends to dry the skin. Natural oils and plant butter such as coconut oil, grape seed oil, shea butter, and cocoa butter are good alternatives to the commercial moisturizers.  Regular moisturizing not only delays development of wrinkles by inhibiting moisture loss from the skin. It also helps camouflage the lines and creases. Moisturizers enriched with ceramides, retinol, hyaluronic acid, linoleic acid, vitamin C and AHA and BHA are known to be most effective in fighting wrinkles. 
2. Massage with Natural Oil
Gently massaging the forehead with the fingertips helps in reducing the appearance of lines on the foreheads. To massage the forehead, you can use almond or sesame oil. For better result add one drop each of cardamom oil and lemon essential oils and two drops each of geranium and sandalwood essential oils to the carrier oil of your choice.  Gently massaging the wrinkle-prone areas of your face with coconut oil daily at bedtime is believed to minimize the appearance of wrinkles. Blend a few drops of vitamin E oil with virgin coconut oil for a better result.  Pure castor oil is also believed to be an effective anti-wrinkle remedy. To make this remedy more effective add a small amount of lemon juice to the castor oil. 
Applying the oil to the forehead is not enough for removing wrinkles unless you use the right massaging technique to smooth out the lines. Place your middle finger on the center of your forehead and gently move it upwards and downwards up to the middle of the eyebrows. With your index fingers massage the corners of your forehead in a clockwise direction. With your fingers pull the complete forehead sideways and lift your eyebrows. In addition to massaging the forehead by following the aforementioned steps, you can incorporate complete forehead massage in your skincare routine. Start the massage from the center of the eyebrows. Move the fingers upwards and sideways. 
3. Homemade Deep Moisturizing Face Cream
This homemade deep moisturizing cream is an excellent alternative to the expensive store-bought anti-wrinkle products. To make the cream you will need a slice of avocado, a handful of flaxseeds, one spoonful of honey and few spoons of fresh cream. Put all the ingredients in a blender and blend until the mixture attains smooth cream-like consistency. Apply the paste on your face and leave it on for at least an hour. Rinse off with cold water. The ingredients in the cream fortify the skin with natural fats, vitamins, and minerals. 
You can also make an anti-wrinkle face cream by combining two teaspoons of plain yogurt, one teaspoon lemon juice, half of a teaspoon of honey and vitamin E. Break three vitamin E capsules, and empty the contents in a bowl. Add the other ingredients and blend thoroughly. Spread the mixture on your face. Rinse off after 10 minutes. 
Carrot is an excellent source of vitamin A, an important nutrient for erasing wrinkles. Put 250 gm carrot in a blender and blend until smooth. Mix the carrot paste with a teaspoon of almond or olive oil. Refrigerate the carrot cream for one to two hours. Apply it to the face, especially to the wrinkled areas. Rinse it off with lukewarm water after 30 minutes. 
4. Egg White
To smooth out the wrinkles on your forehead, you can apply egg white. Whisk the white of an egg and spread it evenly on your face. Leave it on your face for up to 20 minutes or until it dries. Rinse off with cold water. 
5. Papaya and Banana Paste
Put a piece of raw papaya and banana in a blender and blend until you get a smooth paste. Apply the paste to the forehead. Leave it on for several minutes and then rinse off with water. Applying the pureed papaya and banana to the wrinkled forehead at least once a week could help in reducing the wrinkles. The enzyme papain found in papaya helps in breaking down the dead cells and is believed to stimulate the growth of new cells. The nutrients present in banana could support rejuvenation of the skin cells. 
6. Blueberry Face Pack
The antioxidant-rich blueberry, when used topically, is believed to diminish wrinkles and fine lines. The antioxidant compounds in the berries neutralize the free radicals responsible for skin damage. It is believed to be effective in inhibiting the formation of wrinkles. Because of the beneficial effect of blueberries on the skin, a blueberry extract is frequently added to age-defying creams, lotions, and serums. The appearance of fine lines and wrinkles could be reduced with the help of homemade blueberry face pack.
Put five to six blueberries, one tablespoon of lemon juice, one tablespoon of yogurt and three tablespoons of ground almonds in a blender and blend until smooth. Spread the paste on your face. Relax for 20 minutes and then rinse off with water. Apply this face pack at least once a week. Alternatively, blueberry can be used as a toner. To use it as toner, combine freshly pureed blueberries with lemon juice, yogurt, and honey. Leave the toner on the skin for 10 minutes. 
7. Aloe Vera
Aloe vera is regarded as an effective anti-aging agent. Topical application of aloe vera gel is believed to inhibit wrinkling of the skin. It soothes the skin and owing to its anti-inflammatory activity, it works as a topical pain killer.  If you can access fresh aloe vera leaf, cut the leaf and spread the gel on your face focusing on the wrinkle prone areas. Allow the gel to dry. You will feel your facial skin tightening when the aloe vera gel dries up. Rinse it off. 
8. Natural AHA Mask
Alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs) occur naturally in sugarcane, fruit acids and milk. It is frequently included in anti-wrinkle products. These mild acids stimulate skin exfoliation, which promotes the growth of new cells. Glycolic acid derived from sugarcane is known to be the most potent AHA. Due to its small size, a glycolic acid molecule can easily penetrate the skin. Lactic acid found in milk is another natural AHA that apart from aiding exfoliation, serves as a moisturizing agent. Citrus acid is one of the most powerful AHAs among fruit acids. You can easily make a face mask rich in AHAs at home by combining orange juice, lemon juice, and yogurt. Orange and lemon juices are rich in citric acid. Yogurt is a source of lactic acid. Blend two tablespoons of lemon juice, three tablespoons of orange juice and ¾-cup plain yogurt. Apply the paste to your face and relax for about 20 minutes or until the mask dries. Wash off the mask with tepid water. 
9. Gotu Kola
Centella Asiatica, commonly known as Gotu Kola, is known to strengthen the collagen and other connective tissues when used topically. You can massage a standardized Gotu kola extract on the wrinkled area as well as into the other areas of your face. To ease application, combine the Gotu Kola extract with a natural emollient such as coconut oil, castor oil, avocado oil, olive oil, lanolin, cod liver oil, jojoba oil or cocoa butter. These natural emollients can easily penetrate the skin. First, apply Gotu kola extract to your skin and then cover it with a layer of the natural emollient of your choice. 
Because of its skin firming property, hibiscus is often referred to as the Botox plant. The anti-wrinkle activity of hibiscus is attributed to its high AHA content. It is known to stimulate cell rejuvenation and could improve the skin’s elasticity. A blend of Hibiscus-infused oil and vitamin C rich rosehip oil is known to work synergistically to promote collagen synthesis in the skin. To one-fourth of a cup of hibiscus-infused almond oil add one teaspoon of rosehip oil, one teaspoon of vitamin e oil and ten drops of bergamot essential oil. Mix the ingredients and store in a glass jar. Take a small amount of the oil and massage into your skin for about two minutes. To ease absorption of the oil into the skin, cover your face with a warm damp washcloth for a minute. Rinse off the excess oil with warm water. 
11. Green Tea
The green tea polyphenols are highly valued for their anti-aging activities. These potent antioxidants inhibit photoaging of the skin. Topical application of green tea extract is found to be effective in decreasing the size of wrinkles. When combined with other antioxidant-rich plant extracts such as lotus extract, the synergistic effect of the ingredients produces a better result. Its anti-wrinkle activity has made green tea a popular ingredient in age-defying skin care products.  Matcha, a form of green tea, is known to possess three times more antioxidants than the common green tea. In addition to your regular green tea, for a better anti-wrinkle effect you can add matcha to your anti-wrinkle face pack. Mix one teaspoon of matcha with half a teaspoon of raw honey. Apply the mixture on your face. Let it sit on the skin for 15 minutes. Rinse it off with warm water.