Baking Soda Beauty Treatments: Best, Cheapest, and Chemical-Free

Baking soda, or bi-carbonate of soda, is a cheap household product that can transform into a deluxe beauty product in one move—simply add water!

You don’t need to spend a fortune on expensive beauty masks, scrubs and whiteners to make your skin soft, smooth, and glowing. In fact, many beauty products are made with chemicals, are tested on animals, and are generally overpriced for what they promise. This is aside from all the packaging.

Truth is, an effective beauty routine is easy and cheap, and you can use simple household products that live in your kitchen cupboard.

Baking soda is making a come-back in the beauty world, as we discover that it is more than just a cleaner and deodorizer for the home. It’s great for the skin too.

Leaving a silky alkaline film, baking soda naturally heals acne infections and fungus on the skin.

I didn’t know that you can use baking soda as a blackhead-removing mask or to treat nail fungus; I keep learning more and more ways to use this incredibly versatile and cheap product.

Got to buy more baking soda—stat!

 

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