As we said, you can use baking soda for many different things, such as: homemade baked goods, as a polishing agent, deodorizing agent, for cleaning purposes, etc. You can also use baking soda to make homemade cosmetic and beauty products – teeth whitener, all-natural deodorant, etc.
- Homemade Face Peeling
Ladies, did you know that you can use baking soda as face peeling? The answer is YES and it’s very simple – make a paste of ¾ of baking soda and ¼ of water. You can use this paste to eliminate and remove dead cells from the surface of your face, without worrying that your face will scrape! Why – because baking soda is gentle.
- Homemade Deodorant
Baking soda is the best (natural) alternative, because the commercial deodorants are loaded with harmful chemicals. It’s very simple – just mix baking soda with a few drops of essential oil and apply it on the affected area.
- Homemade Shampoo
This homemade shampoo will help you remove any accumulated hair product debris and will make your hair mild, soft and beautiful. Follow the simple instructions – put a shampoo in your hand and add a teaspoon of baking soda. Apply this mixture on your hair.
- Body peeling
You can also use baking soda as body peeling as well. It’s very simple – take one empty bottle or pack of body care product. Fill the bottle or the pack halfway with baking soda and add 25 drops of essential oil, then add water to fill the container. That’s it!
- Homemade Bath Soak
Here’s what you need to do – just add 5 tbs. of baking soda to a full bathtub. That’s it.
- Homemade Toothpaste
Mix baking soda with 3% hydrogen in ratio. Mix well, until you get a thick paste. This homemade paste will whiten your teeth. But, be careful and don’t use this mixture too often, because it can damage your enamel.
- Homemade Pedicure
Here’s what you need to do – soak your feet in a hot water and add 2-3 teaspoons of baking soda. You can also add some essential oil, because it has relaxing properties. You should soak your feet for 15-20 minutes.
- Soothe Burns
And last, but not least important – coating for soothing burns. It’s very simple – mix 2 teaspoons of baking soda in 1-liter water. Soak clean soft cloth and apply it on the critical area. Replace the cloth after becomes dry and warm.