Here’s How Baking Soda Does Wonders with Your Hair and Skin

Baking soda is an item that can be found in most households today although most people never use it. The reason is simple – they don’t need it.

However, most of you don’t know that baking soda can improve the appearance and health of your hair and skin.

Although some people are aware that baking soda can help them whiten their teeth, most people don’t know that this product can help with some other things as well.

Baking Soda - Hair and Skin

Baking Soda Wonders – Hair and Skin

1. Pulls Out Skin Deposits

When you are taking a shower, or washing your hair, make sure to add some baking soda in the shampoo. In this way, you will remove all the layers that build up on your hair over time. This comes because of using different hair products that are hard to wash.

2. Peeling

If you create a mixture of baking soda and water, you will come up with a good face-peeling product. This mixture will remove all the dead skin cells (exfoliation) from your face and your skin will appear younger and smoother.

3. Cuticles

If you use baking soda on your cuticles, you will make them softer. Use the mixture of water and baking soda on the cuticles and nails by using a nail polish brush. Gently rub these areas and you will fix all the problems with your cuticles.

4. Brush Cleaning

As we have mentioned before, baking soda can help you with your hair by removing the layers of unwanted particles on your skin, but also by removing these particles from your brushes and combs. Use a mixture of boiling hot water and baking soda and soak the brush in the mixture.

5. Warts

Experts that work with natural remedies suggest creating a mixture of baking soda and lemon juice in order to remove unwanted warts. Make this combination and use it on the affected area. Leave the mixture until it dries off and use lukewarm water to clean the area.

6. Foot Care

A mixture of baking soda with warm water will help your feet too. This mixture will de-stress your skin and you will feel relaxed and calm. Many people use it for home pedicure treatments.

7. Natural Deodorant

To make your own natural deodorant, mix a teaspoon of baking soda with some water enough to get a paste. All you need to do is rub the paste under your armpits. You can even use it on your feet.

8. Hand Softener

Rub a mixture of baking soda and warm water on your hands to remove dirt and odors. This scrub will not only clean your hands, but it will make them super soft.

9. Itchy Skin Relief

Make a paste by mixing a teaspoon of baking soda with some water. Use this paste to rub any skin area affected by allergic rashes, sunburn, or poison ivy.

10. Splinter Remover

If you soak your splinter in a mixture of warm water and a tablespoon of baking soda for several days, it’ll come out naturally. Do this twice a day.

Source: Healthy Food House | Cure Joy