How using baking soda influences your body - This will change your life!
Just about everyone has a box of baking soda at home. Although many people use it exclusively for baking or maybe as a simple home cleaning supply, there are lots of ways to use it as a health and beauty aid. Try these four easy tricks today and see for yourself what our grandparents have known about baking soda for generations.
1. Baking Soda Makes Great Toothpaste
Long before baking soda was added to expensive toothpaste, it was used on its own as an inexpensive way of cleaning teeth at home. You can skip the fancy toothpaste and use baking soda on its own. Just dip your toothbrush in a little bit of baking soda; be sure not to use too much. Then brush your teeth as normal. This will clean away the plaque and bacteria the same as standard toothpaste will; it will also whiten your teeth. This is a great life hack to use when you run out of toothpaste and don’t want to go to the store late at night.
2. Bust Bad Breathe With A Baking Soda Gargle
Bad breath is an embarrassing problem and sometimes brushing your teeth doesn’t fix the problem. If you have persistent bad breath, or bad breath that is especially stinky, try gargling with a bit of baking soda. Just add a teaspoon of baking soda to a glass of water. Mix well then gargle with the mixture. Spit out the water and enjoy your fresh breath.
3. Clean Your Skin With The Help of Baking Soda
Get rid of those expensive cleansers and all the acne medicines that don’t work; reach instead for a bit of baking soda. This household staple can be mixed with a few drops of water to make a light paste then applied to the face as a gentle cleanser. People have used baking soda as a cleanser and remedy for skin ailments for generations. Rinse the paste away and finish by patting your skin dry.
Baking soda may not look like much but it has all kinds of interesting uses. Try these health and beauty hacks, then let us know how you liked using them. Be sure to show this list to any friend who loves learning new things.
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