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Your skin needs to be pampered with natural ingredients to get an enticing appearance.

Media promoted chemical incorporated creams though claim to treat skin ailments and give you flawless skin, they fail to do so.

Chemical preservatives in these beauty products strip natural moisture and may damage the elasticity of your skin. A case was reported that regular use of cosmetic cream resulted in premature wrinkles.

Why Coconut Oil and Baking Soda for Face?

Unlike beauty creams, natural ingredients aren’t associated with any serious health ailment. Apart from being effective, these remedies are inexpensive compared to pricey cosmetic items.

Coconut oil is housed with moisturizing, antimicrobial and healing properties. The topical application of this ingredient helps to wipe impurities and lighten the appearance of scars.

Baking soda is known to exhibit bleaching property. It’s exfoliating ability help to make your skin supple and smooth. Assorted nutrients in this remedy help to soothe sunburn, acne and other skin ailments.

DIY Coconut Oil and Baking Soda Facial Scrub

Note: Excess use of baking soda can leave your skin sensitive towards sunlight.

These two ingredients are available in your kitchen. You just need to know how to use them.

Ingredients:

  • Coconut oil – ½ cup
  • Baking Soda – ½ cup

Procedure:

  • Melt coconut oil if it is in solid-state.
  • Add baking soda liquefied coconut oil and mix thoroughly.
  • Wash your face with water and pat dry.
  • Now gently scrub your face with the mask in circular motion.
  • Rinse it off after 15-20 minutes.
  • Repeat the process twice in a week.

If you feel irritate or experience burning sensation on face, stop using it and apply aloe vera gel for soothing.

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Hi, I am Sisi, and I am a simple lady just like you going through life! Through this blog I want to share helpful tips on how to become a better you while you’re in your relationship, get healthier and why not financially independent! Join me on this journey to a better self!

6 Comments
  1. I like it , but I’m 69, and baking soda seems really abrasive to me …. especially on a face that is thinning ….what do you think?? KRISTY in Bakersfield….

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