The Beauty of Baking Soda

Baking Soda is an amazing thing. I can't say of what it does to hair, though I've heard that it can be used for cleansing.

If you put toothpaste on your toothbrush and wet it again, and then dip it into a container of baking soda and brush your teeth, they'll be a few shades whiter in a week or so. Yes, the taste is horrible, but it helps keep away the bad breath too (remember that you put open containers of it in refridgerators to help battle bad smells).

Also, it's a wonderful exfoliant. I use it with any skin-care product on my face to help scrub off impurities and dead skin, and even makeup. For oily skin, to clean your face at night before you sleep to keep away pillow-acne, use a mixture of Dial handsoap and baking soda. The Dial has an impeccable drying ability, so do NOT use it on dry skin... but if you're feeling just a bit oilier than normal before or during your period or any time, it's great for drying things out. The baking soda scrubs and leaves your skin silky-smooth.
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