Baking Soda Book Uses of Baking Soda

Baking soda for your body : Page 3

Razor burn
If you shave your arm pits, you can sprinkle a little baking soda under your arms for fast relief from razor burn, and this will act as a deodorant as well.

Moisture absorber
You can use baking soda as moisture absorbent. Using a little baking powder sprinkle on your thighs and between your thighs act as an absorber in the hot summer months leaving you feel fresh and clean.

Soft hands
You can keep your hands soft by using a little baking soda in your water when you are doing dishes. Baking soda will keep your hands soft no matter how many dishes you have to wash!

If you want to get rid of calluses you can use a thick paste of baking soda and water to create a paste that you can rub on your hands or on your elbows leaving you with softer skin.

Paint stains
Have you been creative with markers or paints lately and you have colors all over your skin? You can remove marker or paint stains from your hands by taking baking soda and washing your hands to make a paste in your hands to ‘wash off’ these colors.

Fresh breath
You can freshen your breath daily by using one half teaspoon of baking soda and water to gargle. This helps control the balance of germs in your mouth leaving you with fresh breath.

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