Would there be a decent market for a home made face mask that reduces wrinkles and fine lines naturally?

I have a great recipe that I wanted to try to market, but I need to know if it’s worth my time before I spend any money. It is made from all natural and organic products, it’s safe to eat (although not very tasty) and it is even safe for sensitive skin. Since I have children, I have issues with wasting money that could be spent on them instead. If I knew there could be a decent demand for it, I would be more willing to take it to market. Does this sound like a plausible endeavor or a waste of time and money in our current economy?

2 Responses to “Would there be a decent market for a home made face mask that reduces wrinkles and fine lines naturally?”

  1. dancer19 Says:

    We are a vain society, there is always a market for the fountain of youth!

  2. Mediya Says:

    If you are looking for home remedy to reduce wrinkles, try this.
    Smear honey on your face and leave it for as long as possible (but 5-10mins a day will do). then rinse off with tepid water mixed with a teaspoon of cider vinegar – this has a neutral pH and will act as a toner.

    And if you have some bucks, Lifecell anti wrinkle cream would be a good choice. You can have more information here.

    http://www.lifecellskinreviews.com/