10 Functions Of Baking Soda In Beauty
Having a good skin can really be tasking. Then you must have realized that beauty is no easy way to come by. What are some effects of baking soda that can be used in beauty?

1. How to exfoliate
Mix: 3 tablespoons of baking soda , one of oats in small flakes and one of water. Make a paste and gently rub the entire body in circular motions with the mixture. Rinse with warm water.

2. To soften elbows and knees
Mix a teaspoon of baking soda to your moisturizer, shake well and use in these areas in circular motions. Bicarbonate enhances the moisturizing action of your cream.

3. Cuticles

In the pre-manicure: mix a teaspoon of baking soda with a glass of warm water and leave the nails soaking in that solution for a few minutes. Massage the cuticles in a circular motion and you will see how soft they are, ready to be removed or removed.

4. Soft hands
Make a paste of 1 teaspoon of baking soda and one of lukewarm water. Mix thoroughly and apply on hands massaging to remove dead cells and lighten.

5. Smooth calluses

Mix two tablespoons of baking soda in a bowl of warm water and add a few drops of lavender oil. Leave the feet immersed for 20 minutes. Then rub them with a paste made of three teaspoons of baking soda, one of water and one of brown sugar.

Apply a nourishing moisturizer and wrap the feet with a warm towel and leave it for 10 minutes. Rinse, dry and apply the moisturizer again.

6. Antiacne
Mix one tablespoon of organic honey and one teaspoon of baking soda. Apply on the face (or where there are acnes) gently in a circular motion. Let it act for a minute and rinse thoroughly with warm water.

7. Hair cleaning
Add a scoop of baking soda to your shampoo and apply it to your hair by gently massaging hair and scalp. Leave on for 10 minutes and rinse. Your hair will look clean and fresh, without the oiliness that builds up daily. It also serves as a dry shampoo. When the grease starts to appear, the hair looks dirty and you do not have time to wash, dry, do the ironing, just sprinkle bicarbonate on the hair and brush to remove the excess.

8. As deodorant
Only those who have “cecê” or “wing”, depending on how it is said in your region, know how unpleasant it is to feel that your armpits are exuding that smell … And it is no use to use deodorant, it acts for a few hours and bad smell come back. To end this discomfort, make a mixture of lemon and baking soda, apply under the armpits and leave for 20 minutes. Before rinsing, exfoliate the axilla with the mixture and rinse with warm water. You will be surprised by the result.

9. Brilliant Smile
After all, the most beautiful curve of a woman is her smile. A smile with white teeth enchants. So, to have clear teeth, use baking soda in the toothpaste (when you put the paste in the brush, put a pinch of baking soda).

Brush your teeth with this mixture and every day you will feel your teeth are whiter and more white. Bicarbonate also removes acidity from the mouth which contributes to the development of cavities.

10. As bath salt
To remove all the tiredness of a long day, neutralize the acidity of the skin, remove excess oil, add to the bath water, half a cup of baking soda. This will moisturize your skin and help in case of insect bites, skin irritation or mild sunburn.

Well, it is possible to get your beauty back ike a new born baby i you follow the following tips.

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