Women spend a lot of money on all kinds of cosmetic products in order to optimize their looks and improve the health and quality of their nails, hair, and skin.
However, these products are often loaded with dangerous chemicals that harm our health, so an increasing number of women has turned to their natural and homemade alternatives.
Baking soda is one of the most versatile natural products, and despite its usage in the household.
Here are several ways to use it in order to ease your everyday life:
Baking soda is a strong natural homemade cleaner and can be used in various ways in the kitchen. Also it can be a powerful and safe skin, hair, and nail care item.
Whitens your teeth
Brush the teeth with some baking soda to whiten them.
Treats hard skin
Rub some baking soda on the rough skin areas and elbows to soften the skin.
Mix water and baking soda and apply the paste on the affected areas to soothe the irritation and redness.
Relieves stretch marks
Use baking soda to naturally reduce the appearance of stretch marks.
Cures tooth abscesses
Brush the teeth with a mixture of baking soda and water in order to relieve a toothache, and eliminate tooth abscess.
Relieves acid reflux and heartburn
Drink a glass of water with a teaspoon of baking soda to treat heartburn and acid reflux.
A natural deodorant
Make a paste out of baking soda and water and apply it underarms to freshen them and fight bad odor.
Improves the volume and look of your hair
Add some baking soda to your shampoo and wash the hair to make it shiny and voluminous.
A natural facial scrub
Make a water and baking soda paste and use it as a scrub to fight skin conditions, treat acne, blackheads, and whiteheads.
Use the paste of water and baking soda to clean the stubborn stains on the clothes. Then, just wash them to dissolve them.
Add baking soda to water and soak the stale-smelling sponges in it to freshen and disinfect them.
Clean the Microwave
Clean the microwave with a damp sponge with baking soda, and then rinse it well with water.
Add half a cup of baking soda to a bucket of warm water, and use the mixture to clean the floor and eliminate dirt and grime.
Apply some baking soda on a damp sponge, and use it to clean the stains from your furniture and walls. Wipe it off with a dry and clean cloth.
Add some baking soda to the pot when boiling legumes to easily soften them.
Fruit and Vegetable Scrub
To eliminate the dirt and residue off the fresh vegetables and fruits, sprinkle on a bit of baking soda on a clean, damp sponge, and scrub them. Rinse with water.
Relieves insect stings and bites
Rub the same paste on the areas stung by insects to soothe the irritation and swellings.